Acute Flaccid Myelitis and Nerve Transfer Surgery – PediaCast CME 059
Show Notes and CME Information
Complications from poliovirus were a thing of the past until a polio-like illness appeared in 2012. Enterovirus D68 is a likely cause of this new disorder but the impact on children is remarkably similar to polio. Drs Amy Moore, Kim Bjorklund and Wilawan Nopkhun visit the studio as we explore the cause, diagnosis and treatment of acute flaccid myelitis, including a promising procedure called nerve transfer surgery. We hope you can join us!
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November 30, 2020
Acute Flaccid Myelitis and Nerve Transfer Surgery
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) and describe its cause.
- Establish a differential diagnosis and work-up plan for the child presenting with flaccid extremity weakness
- Outline treatment strategies for AFM, including the role of nerve transfer surgery.
- Provide anticipatory guidance and support for families impacted by AFM and nerve transfer surgery.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Nationwide Children’s
Acute Flaccid Myelitis Association
Acute Flaccid Myelitis (UpToDate)
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Physician Direct Connect: 1-614-355-0221 OR 1-877-355-0221
Michael Patrick, MD
William Long, MD
Jessica Dudley, CME Coordinator
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