Yes, PEM Currents is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast, but during the COVID-19 pandemic we may be tasked with seeing patients outside of our area of expertise. Plus, there’s a lot we can learn from big people that we can extrapolate to children. I have partnered with POPCoRN, the Pediatric Overflow Planning Contingency Response Network to deliver content that will benefit those of us who may have been asked to care for adults both in their native habitat, and in our pediatric facilities. David Shore, a 4th year Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Resident from Penn State delivers some timely content on PE diagnosis and management, including an instructive case of a young adult that is very applicable to the Pediatric Emergency Department in this brief, focused episode.
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