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- Patient from East Africa with seizure and hypercalcemiaSUNet ID login requiredCase presentation by Dr. Albert Luo with discussion by Dr. Chitra Venkat (neurological aspects) and Dr. Robert Carlson (oncological aspects).
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- Pediatric environmental health toolkit for health care providers, 2007SUNet ID login required
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- Pediatric grand roundsSUNet ID login requiredCase study 1: Abdominal Pain (16-year-old pregnant girl with abdominal pain). Time: 5:10-30:08. Case study 2: Fever (3-week-old boy with decreased feeding and fever). Time: 30:09-42:57. Case study 3: Not Acting Right (12-day-old girl who is listless and will not take a bottle. Time: 42:58-54:12.
- Pediatric head trauma (PECARN)SUNet ID login required
- Pediatric IBD the good, the bad, and the ugly.SUNet ID login required
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- Pediatric inguinal herniorrhaphyAccessSurgery
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- Pediatric lung transplantation triumphs, failures, and controversy.SUNet ID login required
- Pediatric oncology, a vision for the futureSUNet ID login required
- Pediatric trauma a case-based review.SUNet ID login required
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- Pediatric Vaccine Update 2011SUNet ID login required
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- Pelvic examination 2007NEJM
- PEM dermatology basics the classic and the deadly.SUNet ID login required
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- Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG)AccessSurgery
- History and natural history of prostate cancer -- Randomized trials and their fall out -- How to approach PSA and prostate cancer in contemporary practice.
- Peripheral arterial disease medical management and endovascular intervention.SUNet ID login required
- Peripheral intravenous cannulation 2008NEJM
- Peripheral vascular emergenciesSUNet ID login required
- This two-part class is designed to provide enough understanding of the Perl programming language to biologists to be able to write simple Perl programs to handle common chores such as: 1. reformatting data files for input to an analysis program 2. creating, writing and reading Excel files 3. writing and reading from a database such as MS Access or other locally installed relational database, as well as from databases available on the Internet.
- Pharmacogenetics using genome information to make better prescriptions.SUNet ID login required
- Pharmacology of ICU agentsSUNet ID login required
- Physician as teacher merging noble professions.SUNet ID login required
- PICC placement in the neonate 2014NEJM"Vascular access is an important component of the care of the sick or preterm neonate, providing life-sustaining parenteral nutrition and medications. Medical practitioners caring for neonates should be well versed in the skill of neonatal PICC placement and catheter care."
- Placement of an arterial line 2006NEJM
- Plain Films LabSUNet ID login requiredDiscussion of 10 cases using plain film images as the primary diagnostic tool.
- Plan CSUNet ID login required
- POM project symposiumSUNet ID login requiredMosaic analysis with double markers (MADM) in mice / Mandar Muzumdar -- Creating a program for the redistribution of unused medications / Josemaria Paterno, et al. -- Educational program on correctional health / Sahar Rooholamini, et al. -- Durable engraftment of purified allogenic hematapoietic stem cells following non-myeloablative conditioning / Mary-Elizabeth Muchmore.
- Pop and drop--sports, kids and concussionsSUNet ID login required
- Population genetic inference in the personal genome eraSUNet ID login required
- Research update / Stuart Ginn -- Post-research presentation / Arash Shahangian.
- Post-operative cognitive dysfunction and non-cardiac surgerySUNet ID login required
- Three projects in the humanities of medicine / Anaïs Rameau -- Evaluation of facial nerve, functional recovery in crush Injury [begins 00:24:16] / Ryan Williams.
- 3D renderings of temporal bone simulator dissections for artistic visualization and education-- research and development [28 min.] / Hollin Calloway -- Post research presentation [21 min.] / Misha Amoils.
- Pregnancy and the kidney great expectations.SUNet ID login required
- Preventing obesity no child left with a big behind.SUNet ID login required
- Primary pulmonary hypertension physiology and genes.SUNet ID login required
- Proactive surveillance renal failure in a prostate cancer patient.SUNet ID login required
- Probing patient-physician communication addressing healthcare disparities.SUNet ID login required
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- "Pediatric procedural sedation and analgesia is a multidisciplinary technique that is used to manage procedural anxiety and pain. It is effective and generally safe when performed by appropriately trained practitioners. The ultimate goal of procedural sedation is to provide a painless, nontraumatic experience for children who are undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures."
- Progress towards an artificial pancreasSUNet ID login required
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- Protecting people's healthSUNet ID login required
- Protecting your patients from the epidemic of teen dating abuseSUNet ID login required
- Providing access to care for medically underserved childrenSUNet ID login required
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