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Knowledge, attitude, and belief regarding burn first aid among caregivers attending pediatric emergency medicine departments.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Emergency departments witness many cases of burns that can be prevented with various first-aid measures. Immediate and effective burn first aid reduces morbidity andExpand
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Decreased hydration status of emergency department physicians and nurses by the end of their shift
BackgroundTypical emergency department (ED) shifts are physically demanding. The aim of this study was to assess the hydration status of ED physicians and nurses by the end of their shifts.MethodsAExpand
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Accuracy of acetaminophen dosing in children by caregivers in Saudi Arabia
Background and Objectives: Fever contributes to a significant number of visits by children to the emergency department (ED), where it is often treated with acetaminophen. The objective of this studyExpand
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Residents need focused teaching during pediatric emergency medicine rotation to optimize their educational objectives
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) rotation provides a unique training environment for rotating residents. We aim to assess the impact of PEM rotation on the scientific knowledge of residents fromExpand
Safety of dispensing prescribed iron formulation in childresistant containers among pharmacies in Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional survey
Iron overdose remains a significant public health threat to young children. Unit dose packaging of potent iron supplements is expected to reduce the frequency of severe pediatric iron overdoseExpand
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