Intraocular Injections

Intraocular Injections

It is very common for eye specialists to treat patients with several conditions with an eye injection. Although this sounds terrifying, I can assure you it’s painless. We do everything in our power to make it a very comfortable experience by giving you anesthesia beforehand. It usually lasts a few seconds and is pain free.…

“Pediatric Delirium Assessment Tools” by Chani Traube for OPENPediatrics

“Pediatric Delirium Assessment Tools” by Chani Traube for OPENPediatrics

Pediatric Delirium Assessment Tools, by Dr. Chani Traube. Until recently, we didn’t really have screening tools that were appropriate for use in children of all ages. Happily, that is no longer the case. There are now two different versions of screening tools that have been validated for use in the pediatric critical care unit. The…

“Outpatient Procedural Sedation by the Pediatric Intensivist” by Pradip Kamat for OPENPediatrics

“Outpatient Procedural Sedation by the Pediatric Intensivist” by Pradip Kamat for OPENPediatrics

Hello, and welcome to the World Shared Practice Forum. My name is Traci Wolbrink, and I’m one of the pediatric intensivists at Boston Children’s Hospital. We have with us today Dr. Pradip Kamat. Dr. Kamat is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine, and he’s also the Director of the Children’s Sedation…