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Renal Insufficiency in the Newborn: Definitions, Prevention, Management Video

Renal Insufficiency in the Newborn: Definitions, Prevention, Management

Starting with a refresher on neonatal renal function, pediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, offers a guide that covers the factors that can impair kidney health before, during and after birth.
Curbing Cardiovascular Disease Early: How Pediatricians Can Make a Difference Video

Curbing Cardiovascular Disease Early: How Pediatricians Can Make a Difference

Atherosclerosis starts in childhood – and so should screening. In this primary care guide, pediatric endocrinologist Sonali Belapurkar, MD, reveals which patients need evaluation.
Little Kids With Big BP Numbers: What Every Pediatrician Should Know About Hypertension Video

Little Kids With Big BP Numbers: What Every Pediatrician Should Know About Hypertension

Pediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, offers a lesson in accurate BP measurement, explains which populations should have additional screening, and notes the benefits of ambulatory monitoring as well as when to order it.
Vaginal Bleeding Before Puberty: A Specialist’s Practical Tips on Evaluation and Care Video

Vaginal Bleeding Before Puberty: A Specialist’s Practical Tips on Evaluation and Care

Gynecologist Sloane Berger-Chen, MD, whose focus is pediatric patients, explains her experience-based evaluation process.
ABCs of Asthma: Using the Guidelines to Provide Individualized Care Video

ABCs of Asthma: Using the Guidelines to Provide Individualized Care

To effectively manage this common chronic disease in children, providers must have a firm grasp on categorizing the condition and how to step therapy up (and down).
Managing Picky Eaters: How to Assess Nutritional Status and Talk to Worried Parents Video

Managing Picky Eaters: How to Assess Nutritional Status and Talk to Worried Parents

When kids eat very little or only a few foods, they risk developing nutrient deficiencies – or behavioral issues because of how their parents respond.
Hematuria in Everyday Pediatrics: Significance and First Steps Video

Hematuria in Everyday Pediatrics: Significance and First Steps

Blood in urine is common in little kids. In this guide, pediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, MAS, walks primary care providers through the process that starts with a positive dipstick. She describes types of hematuria, reviews the many causes, clarifies “persistent” hematuria, and covers workup options.
Adolescent PCOS: Primary Care Management of a Common (and Challenging) Condition Video

Adolescent PCOS: Primary Care Management of a Common (and Challenging) Condition

Polycystic ovary syndrome in adolescents is common, has different diagnostic criteria from those of adult PCOS, and carries lifelong health implications. In this guide, pediatric endocrinologist Jennifer Olson, MD, FAAP, offers a clear path for PCPs suspecting the condition, covering questions to ask patients, tests to order and treatment options.
Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally Video

Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally

Caroline Cortezia, MS, CCLS, UCSF’s supervisor of child life services, explains how the pandemic has increased toxic stress in the pediatric population, especially in kids with behavioral disorders.
High-Tech Living With Diabetes: Devices and Strategies for Pediatric Patients Video

High-Tech Living With Diabetes: Devices and Strategies for Pediatric Patients

Pediatric endocrinologist Gina Capodanno, MD, explains differences in diabetes between children and adults, then presents a thorough guide to the technologies – continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps, and hybrid monitor-and-delivery systems – that are making life easier for families.
Meet the Pediatric Liver Center’s Dedicated Team and Learn About Referral Video

Meet the Pediatric Liver Center’s Dedicated Team and Learn About Referral

This quick video introduces members of the UCSF care team for infants and children with liver and bile duct disorders. Learn how they work to make treatment easier on families, prepare kids for surgery (including transplants), facilitate the referral process and keep providers informed.
Snares of Survivorship: Understanding Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment Video

Snares of Survivorship: Understanding Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment

Oncology treatments save young lives but impact neurocognitive development and psychosocial health, potentially causing problems such as IQ, memory, and hearing deficits, as well as depression, anxiety and social difficulties.

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