Article of the Month - Pediatrics

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2. Low risk predictors for head injury in children less than 2 include all of the following EXCEPT.
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3. All of the following would be considered a “severe mechanism” for possible head injury in a child under 2 years old EXCEPT.
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4. Which two clinical factors seem to carry the most risk for traumatic brain injury?
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5. In children with a GCS of 14 or less the risk of traumatic brain injury by CT scan is.
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6. If used correctly the prediction rules outlined in the PECARN study would be expected to.
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7. All of the following are consistent with a simple febrile seizure EXCEPT:

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8. All of the following are consistent with a complex febrile seizure EXCEPT:
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9. Having a febrile seizure greatly increases the risk of the child developing epilepsy later in life.
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10. Patients with a family history of febrile seizures are at greater risk of having a febrile seizure.
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11. The general agreement is that a seizure lasting more than how many minutes should be treated with benzos.
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