Paediatric Respiratory Emergencies
Weston Education Centre, Kings College Hospital
4th April 2017
3rd Kings John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference
Dr Atul Gupta – paediatricrespiratory@gmail.com or atul.gupta@kcl.ac.uk
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General Assessment and Initial Management of a Child with breathing difficulties Dr Omowunmi Akindolie, King’s

 
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Approach to a child with lower airway emergenciesDr Simon Broughton, King’s

 
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Approach to a child with upper airway emergenciesDr Yaya Egberonge, King’s

 
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Starting Optiflow in an acute settingMs Emily Downing, King’s

 
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Acute respiratory emergencies are the most common reason for paediatric  emergency department attendances.  Throughout the day, we will utilise a series of interactive workshops incorporating educational case presentations, practical skills stations and discussions of  controversies in clinical management. The clinical diagnoses covered will include acute asthma, pneumonia, croup, foreign body aspiration, epiglottis, bronchiolitis and pertussis. By the end of the day, you will be armed with knowledge for  practical application for those working in paediatric emergency departments.
     
 
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