Community-Acquired Pneumonia – PediaCast CME 064
- Join us for another resident-led episode of PediaCast CME. This week, Dr Sabine Eid and Dr Kristin Sundy-Boyles visit the studio as we consider community-acquired pneumonia. Learn the cause, presentation, diagnosis and management of this condition… and earn Category 1 CME as you listen!
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- Community-Acquired Pneumonia
Dr Sabine Eid
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Dr Kristin Sundy-Boyles
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define community-acquired pneumonia and identify common microbes that cause it.
- Describe the typical clinical history, physical exam findings and appropriate diagnostic testing for patients with community-acquired pneumonia.
- Determine if a patient with community-acquired pneumonia is a candidate for outpatient treatment vs hospital admission.
- Formulate a treatment plan for community-acquired pneumonia in the outpatient and inpatient settings.
- Pneumonia in Children: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Etiology
- Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Children: Clinical Features and Diagnosis
- Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Children: Outpatient Treatment
- Pneumonia in Children: Inpatient Treatment
- Pneumococcal Pneumonia in Children
- Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Infection in Children
Pediatrics in Review
Infectious Diseases Society of America
Previous Resident-Led Episodes
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