Pediatric Review

Pediatric Review is Children’s Hospital’s monthly, peer-written continuing medical education publication. The journal is distributed to all Children’s Hospital medical staff, general pediatricians and family practitioners in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. Pediatric Review is published by the Public Affairs Department of Children’s Hospital 504.896.9373.


STEP ONE:

Download the latest Pediatric Review here for your review.

STEP TWO:

After reading the latest issue, complete the online test below and submit your answers to receive your CME credit.

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    CME offer is good until November 30, 2017
  • A six-month-old child, who was born 28 weeks premature, with a history of intubation for four weeks at birth presents with recurrent attacks of croup. He has been admitted in the hospital multiple times for ‘croupy episodes.’ On examination he has an audible ‘biphasic stridor.’ The investigation of choice to evaluate the stridor is:

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  • The most common cause of acquired stenosis of the airway in children is:

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  • A 14-year old presents to a pediatric clinic with increased exercise intolerance and a biphasic stridor The boy had suffered a road traffic accident 2 months ago and was intubated for a period of 2 weeks. On examination the boy has an audible biphasic stridor. The most common cause of his condition is:

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  • Treatment of Grade I stenosis of the Larynx is:

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  • Subglottic stenosis will present with:

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