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Welcome to 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.
Adam is a 7-day-old boy with poor feeding, progressive tachypnea and lethargy noted over the last day. His mother is healthy and had a normal prenatal ultrasound with no family history of serious childhood illnesses. Read more
A 14-year-old girl is new to your practice and has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). She underwent a series of three open-heart surgeries when she was younger. Her mother reports she has more difficulty in school now that she is in 8th grade. Read more
Jeffry is a 6-day-old term male infant who presents to the Emergency Department with a one-day history of vomiting, poor feeding, sleepiness and breathing fast. His parents report that these symptoms have worsened over the past four hours. Read more
News from American Family Children's Hospital
American Family Children's Hospital's Pediatric Heart Program welcomes Petros V. Anagnostopoulos, MD as its new Chief of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery. Read more
For the first time ever, American Family Children's Hospital is ranked among the top 50 children's hospitals in U.S. News and World Report's 2011-12 Best Children's Hospitals Guide. Read more
Playing an instrumental role in the increase in childhood cancer cure rates is UW Health's highly renowned Pediatric Hematology/Oncology team based at American Family Children's Hospital in Madison. Read more
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