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Premiere Issue, New Design
Welcome to the premier issue of the redesigned Pediatric Pathways from American Family Children's Hospital, now offering evidence-based articles with CME credit electronically.
Read the three case-based CME credit articles immediately below. After finishing the articles, answer the corresponding CME questions using our online CME response form. The Pediatric Pathways editorial staff will tabulate your responses and send CME credit letters to those who answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly.
Jacob is a 10-year-old boy seen in your clinic for a well-child check who is more fatigued in the afternoons and has difficulty keeping up with teammates on the soccer field. Read more
Jessica is a 15-year-old female who presents to your office with the concern of lack of menstrual periods. She complains of acne, dark hair growth on her chin and escalating weight gain Read more
Casey is a 14-year-old girl with a 2-year history of difficulty falling asleep and daytime sleepiness. Her complaints today include more frequent headaches and increased drowsiness. Read more
News from American Family Children's Hospital
CHETA is a 24/7 Pediatric Intensive Care Unit on wheels specially equipped to support the needs of critically-ill and injured neonates and pediatric patients. Read more
Michael Tirabassi, MD, and Ankush Gosain, MD, have joined one of the most highly-regarded Pediatric Surgery teams in the region. Read more
The new clinic will screen and treat children and teens at risk of heart disease. Read more
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