Pediatrics Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Children with head wounds regularly present to emergency divisions. The trial of the provider is to determine which children have critical intracranial wounds that require intervention. Sepsis is a genuine condition that happens when a child’s body overreacts to a disease. Sepsis is one of the most difficult and challenging infection in medicine. Good analysis and initiation of treatment are required in order to prevent an excessive increase in patient illness and mortality.

High- fidelity simulation is rising as a capable device for pediatric emergency medicine and critical care training through both individual and group-based exercises.

  • Sepsis
  • Head injury
  • Trauma
  • Immunological disorders
  • Drug overdose
  • Poisoning
  • Severe infection