Pediatrics block

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1. Lectures

1.1. 1- History taking and physical examination

1.2. 2- Fluid and Electrolyte disturbance

1.3. 3- Dehydration and fluid management

1.4. 4- Acid Base Balance

1.5. 5- Vaccination in children

1.6. 6- Hematuria and proteinuria

1.7. 7- Normal development and milestones

1.8. 8- Common respiratory problems (upper and lower)

1.9. 9- Common pediatric emergencies

1.10. 10- Seizure in children

1.11. 11- Common rheumatologic problems

1.12. 12- Serious pediatric infections

1.13. 13- Common pediatric infections

1.14. 14- Introduction to Adolescent Health

1.15. 15- Disorders of growth and puberty

1.16. 16- Common hematological diseases

1.17. 17- Common neonatal problems

1.18. 18- Pediatric Radiology

2. PBL

2.1. 1. Mohammad's problem

2.1.1. croup

2.2. 2. Sara's fever

2.2.1. meningitis

2.3. 3. Milestones

2.3.1. cerebral palsy

2.4. 4. Not over yet

2.4.1. anxiety and depression in teenager after cancer treatment

2.5. 5. Khalid is vomiting

2.5.1. pyloric stenosis

2.6. 6. A funny turn

2.6.1. febrile seizure

2.7. 7. Haifa's lifestyle

2.7.1. DKA + depression

2.8. 8. Lin’s baby

2.8.1. breast milk jaundice

3. Case discussions

3.1. Congenital Heart Disease

3.1.1. 2 MCQs

3.2. Diabetes Mellitus with Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

3.2.1. lecture (emergencies)

3.2.2. PBL

3.3. Febrile Seizure

3.3.1. 2 MCQs

3.3.2. PBL

3.4. Genetics

3.4.1. 2 MCQs

3.5. Lymphadenopathy

3.5.1. 5 MCQs

3.6. Neonatal Jaundice

3.6.1. 2 MCQs

3.6.2. lecture

3.6.3. PBL

3.7. Nephrotic Syndrome

3.7.1. 2 MCQs

3.7.2. lecture

3.8. Meningitis

3.8.1. lecture

3.8.2. PBL

3.9. Cerebral Palsy

3.9.1. Extra lecture

3.10. Bronchial Asthma

3.10.1. Emergency lecture

3.11. Septic Arthritis

3.12. Failure to Thrive

3.13. Pneumonia

3.14. Premature Baby

4. Emergency

4.1. Airway & Respiratory

4.1.1. ER lecture

4.2. Cardiovascular

4.3. Neurological ER and Head Trauma

4.4. Pediatric and Neonatal Resuscitations

5. OSCE

5.1. History

5.1.1. Diabetes

5.1.2. Failure to thrive

5.1.3. Diarrhea

5.1.4. Vomiting

5.1.5. Fever

5.1.6. asthma

5.1.7. cyanosis

5.1.8. edema

5.1.9. joint pain

5.1.10. seizure

5.2. Physical

5.2.1. Abdominal

5.2.2. Resp

5.2.3. Cardio

5.2.4. General