CHLA LFF PR Board Review Sessions


 


Anemia

  
Title: Anemia
Presenter: Dr. Hofstra



Approach to the Bleeding Patient (Como acercarse a un paciente que esta sangrando)

  
Title: Approach to the Bleeding Patient (Como acercarse a un paciente que esta sangrando)
Presenter: Dr. Guy Young




Common Pediatric Tumors (Tumores pediatricos comunes)

  
Title: Common Pediatric Tumors (Tumores pediatricos comunes)
Presenter: Rajkumar Venkatramani, MD, MS




General Pediatrics (Pediatria general)

  
Title: General Pediatrics (Pediatria General)
Presenters: Dr. Parul Bhatia and Dr. Mona Patel
Date: June 16, 2016
Learning Objectives:
- Normal growth
       Measurement
           - Understand the uses and limitations of the various anthropometric
             techniques available to assess growth and/or nutrition
       Linear growth and weight gain
           - Use a growth chart to monitor linear growth and weight gain
           - Understand the utility of the body mass index
           - Differentiate between normal and abnormal variations in linear growth and
             weight gain
           - Differentiate between normal and abnormal growth velocity in neonates and
             infants
           - Understand the effect of chronic disease on linear growth velocity
           - Recognize the differences in upper body segment-to-lower body segment
             ratio in children compared with that of adults
     Head growth
           - Differentiate between normal and abnormal variations in head shape and/or
             growth (e.g., craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly, microcephaly, macrocephaly)
           - Differentiate among the possible causes of abnormal head shape and/or
             growth (e.g., craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly, microcephaly, macrocephaly)
           - Plan the management of a patient with an abnormal head shape and/or
             growth (e.g., craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly, microcephaly, macrocephaly)
- Developmental milestones (birth to 12 years)
     Neonatal period (first four weeks after birth)
           - Evaluate the developmental progress/status of a neonate through the first
             four weeks after birth
      Two months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of an infant at 2 months
             of age, including recognition of abnormalities
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of an
             infant at 2 months of age, including recognition of abnormalities
      Four months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of an infant at 4 months
             of age, including recognition of abnormalities
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of an   
             infant at 4 months of age, including recognition of abnormalities
       Six months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of an infant at 6 months
             of age, including recognition of abnormalities
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of an
             infant at 6 months of age
        Nine months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of an infant at 9 months
             of age, including recognition of abnormalities
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of an 
             infant at 9 months of age
        Twelve months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of an infant at 12 months
              of age
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of an
              infant at 12 months of age
         Fifteen months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 15 months
             of age
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
             child at 15 months of age
         Eighteen months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 18 months
             of age, including recognition of abnormalities
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
             child at 18 months of age
         Twenty-four months
           - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 24 months
             of age
           - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a 
             child at 24 months of age, including recognition of abnormalities
          Thirty-six months
            - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 36 months
              of age
            - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
              child at 36 months of age, including recognition of abnormalities
          Four years
             - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 4 years of
                age
             - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
               child at 4 years of age
          Five years
             - Evaluate the motor developmental progress/status of a child at 5 years of
                age
             - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
               child at 5 years of age
          Six years to twelve years
             - Evaluate the cognitive and behavioral developmental progress/status of a
               child at 6 to 12 years of age
- Screening
          Blood pressure
             - Understand when to screen for an increased blood pressure and how to
                interpret the results b. Understand the appropriate technique, including
                appropriate cuff size, for measuring blood pressure
         Hematocrit
             - Understand the potential differences between the hematocrit of a centrally
               or peripherally obtained blood sample
         Lead
              - Understand the importance of a screening examination for lead during   
                early periodic screening evaluations
         Hearing
         Vision
              - Understand the importance of vision screening, including in newborn
                infants
              - Understand which conditions can be detected by periodic
                ophthalmoscopic examinations
              - Recognize the clinical findings associated with visual impairment
              - Identify the various causes of visual impairment
              - Plan the appropriate evaluation of vision in patients of various ages
          Cholesterol and lipids
              - Understand the importance of cholesterol/lipid screening examinations


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