Pediatric emergency care

Factors Associated With Discharge Home After Transfer to a Pediatric Emergency Department.

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Mar 22, 2017

OBJECTIVES: The transfer of children from community emergency departments (EDs) to tertiary care pediatric EDs for investigations, interventions, or a second opinion is common.

A Qualitative Analysis of General Emergency Medicine Providers' Perceptions on Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine.

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Feb 22, 2017

OBJECTIVE: Most children in the United States are evaluated in general emergency departments (ED), which are staffed by practitioners who care for both adults and children and may have limited pediatric resources.

The Effectiveness of Remote Facilitation in Simulation-Based Pediatric Resuscitation Training for Medical Students.

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Jun 04, 2016

To assess the effectiveness of pediatric simulation by remote facilitation. We hypothesized that simulation by remote facilitation is more effective compared to simulation by an on-site facilitator.

Can Telemedicine Improve Adherence to Resuscitation Guidelines for Critically Ill Children at Community Hospitals? A Randomized Controlled Trial Using High-Fidelity Simulation.

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Mar 05, 2016

Children transferred from community hospitals lacking specialized pediatric care are more seriously ill than those presenting to pediatric centers. Pediatric consultation and adherence to management guidelines improve outcomes.

Telemedicine Applications for the Pediatric Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Current Literature.

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Feb 03, 2016

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to review current literature relating to telemedicine in pediatric emergency medicine including its clinical applications and challenges associated with its implementation.

Clinician Attitudes Toward Adoption of Pediatric Emergency Telemedicine in Rural Hospitals.

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Jan 19, 2016

OBJECTIVE: Although there is growing evidence regarding the utility of telemedicine in providing care for acutely ill children in underserved settings, adoption of pediatric emergency telemedicine remains limited, and little data exist to inform implementation efforts.

A Prospective Pilot Study of the Use of Telemedicine During Pediatric Transport: A High-Quality, Low-Cost Alternative to Conventional Telemedicine Systems.

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Sep 04, 2015

OBJECTIVE: Few trials address the use of telemedicine during pediatric transport. We believe that video conferencing has equivalent quality, connectivity, and ease of operation, can be done economically, and will improve evaluation.

Internet access and electronic communication among families in an urban pediatric emergency department.

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Jun 07, 2012

BACKGROUND: The Internet may represent an opportunity for health care providers in the emergency department (ED) to deliver discharge instructions and after-care educational materials electronically to patients and their caregivers.

Using a tablet computer during pediatric procedures: a case series and review of the "apps".

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Jul 06, 2012

Children who require procedures and interventions that might be painful or anxiety provoking often require physical restraint, procedural sedation, or both.

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