ETSU Pediatric Grand Rounds-15825-------11/8/2012, Niswonger Children's Hospital
Lesli Taylor, M.D.
Dr. Taylor reports there is NOT a financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent
COI in the context of this presentation.
This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
'Pediatric Surgery Highlights: The Seventh Year in Review'
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List the 7 most common pediatric surgical procedures performed at Niswonger Children's Hospital over the past 12 months          
Describe immediate management of patients with MRSA abcess, appendicitis, pyloric stenosis and incarcerated inguinal hernia          
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An 18 month old girl with eczema and a severe diaper rash presents with a 6cm abcess of her central buttock, poor appetite and fever. What is the management?
A). Bleach baths only----B). Amoxicillin Only----C). Oral Bactrim/Septra only
D). Aspiration with a needle in the office only----E). Admission to pediatric surgical service for IV antibiotics and monitoring for possible incision and drainage
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