Erythema infectiosum (fifth disease), is a common manifestation of infection in children characterized by low-grade fever, malaise, facial rash, and later by the spread of a lacy maculopapular rash involving the trunk and limbs.
Roseola infantum (exanthem subitum) is a viral illness that mostly affects infants and toddlers. Differentiated from other common paediatric rashes as sixth disease
June 2022 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Taylor Anderson MD and Bradley Harris MD
April 2022 Pediatric Orthopedic case interpretation with Kelsey Lena, Danielle Sutton, and Virginia Casey
John Zahorsky Jr (1871-1963) was an Austro-Hungarian born American pediatrician. Early description of roeola infantum (sixth disease) and herpangina
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 15 - Pediatrics reviewing papers from appendicitis, to cardiac arrest and ADHD
Owen Conor Ward (1923 – ) Irish paediatrician and cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with Romano-Ward Syndrome which he described in 1964
Cesarino Romano (1924 – 2008) was an Italian paediatrician. Romano-Ward syndrome Congenital (autosomal dominant) long QT syndrome (LQTS).
February 2022 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Neha Ray, MD and Kaley El-Arab, MD
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 14 - Cardiology. Topics include HEART score, EDACS and the future of AI
John Alfred Ryle (1889–1950) was an English physician and epidemiologist. Coined the phrase angor animi; and the Ryle nasogastric tube bears his name
January 2022 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Chest X-ray interpretation with Neha Ray, MD and Taylor Anderson, MD