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Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Pediatrics: The Latest Options and Strategies Video

Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Pediatrics: The Latest Options and Strategies

Rates of “adult-onset” diabetes continue to rise among children, with some ethnicities disproportionately affected. Fortunately, providers now have more tools and techniques available to help these patients avoid the serious health risks associated with the condition.
Bone Up on Building Strong Skeletons in Kids: A Guide for Pediatricians Video

Bone Up on Building Strong Skeletons in Kids: A Guide for Pediatricians

Optimizing skeletal health during childhood will confer benefits for a patient's entire life, so it's never too soon for pediatric providers to discuss bone-building strategies with families, says sports medicine specialist Celina de Borja, MD.
“My Head Hurts”: Secrets to Handling Headaches in Primary Care Video

“My Head Hurts”: Secrets to Handling Headaches in Primary Care

This is a practical guide to arriving at the correct diagnosis – primary condition? tension or migraine? – and savvy use of the numerous medications and other tools available to address frequent or severe headaches in the young.
Tiny Tykes With Tender Testes: How to Manage Common Scrotal Issues in Pediatrics Video

Tiny Tykes With Tender Testes: How to Manage Common Scrotal Issues in Pediatrics

This guide from pediatric urologist Yi Li, MD, presents diagnostic steps and treatment options for conditions including undescended testes, hydroceles, hernias, and the range of problems that can cause acute groin pain in young patients.
Optimizing the Health of Babies With Heart Defects: Inside UCSF’s Specialized Programs Video

Optimizing the Health of Babies With Heart Defects: Inside UCSF’s Specialized Programs

Learn about the Neonatal Cardiovascular Center of Excellence from pediatric cardiologist Shabnam Peyvandi, MD, MAS, who directs or co-directs multiple programs for children with congenital heart disease.
Sleep Like a Baby: The Latest Approaches to Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children Video

Sleep Like a Baby: The Latest Approaches to Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleep apnea is the most common sleep disorder in childhood and even mild OSA can affect neurocognitive function, so prompt and fitting care is essential.
The Puzzles of Adolescent Hip Pain: How to Identify Common Conditions Video

The Puzzles of Adolescent Hip Pain: How to Identify Common Conditions

Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Michael M. Chau, MD, PhD, allows that differentiating causes of hip pain in patients ages 10 to 19 can be a challenge, so his presentation guides primary care providers through workup steps (including which X-rays are needed) and initial treatment strategies.
The Neonatal Cardiovascular Center of Excellence: Optimizing Support for Tiny Hearts Video

The Neonatal Cardiovascular Center of Excellence: Optimizing Support for Tiny Hearts

Martina A. Steurer, MD, MAS, a cardiac intensivist for neonates, discusses challenges and solutions in the treatment of premature and low-birth-weight infants with heart disease, describing how care has evolved and offering informative data on surgical outcomes related to gestational age.
TV, Video Games and Social Media, Oh My! Risks of Excess Screen Use and How to Protect Kids Video

TV, Video Games and Social Media, Oh My! Risks of Excess Screen Use and How to Protect Kids

With screen time essentially doubling during the pandemic, kids and their parents need guidance to get back to healthier habits.
Minimally Invasive Technique Eradicates Recurring Pituitary Abscess Video

Minimally Invasive Technique Eradicates Recurring Pituitary Abscess

In this intraoperative video, watch UCSF neurosurgeons Ezequiel Goldschmidt, MD, PhD, and Peter Sun, MD with Patricia Loftus, MD, from the Otolaryngology Department surgically evacuate a sellar abscess of the pituitary gland in a pediatric patient.
Prenatal Genome Screening: Understanding Options, Interpreting Results Video

Prenatal Genome Screening: Understanding Options, Interpreting Results

In this talk, perinatologist Annalisa Post, MD, discusses the information that various prenatal genetic tests can and can’t provide, and how to assess accuracy, offering a valuable tool for individualizing results.
The Allure of European Formulas: How to Steer Parents to Safe Choices Video

The Allure of European Formulas: How to Steer Parents to Safe Choices

Last year's infant formula shortage combined with a widespread mistrust of U.S. food standards has heightened interest in European options, but are they better – or safe?

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