- Introduction of U.S. News staff and experts:
- — Amer Acad Pediatrics (@AmerAcadPeds)Thu, May 22 2014 14:45:14
- — Parents Magazine (@parentsmagazine)Thu, May 22 2014 14:35:39
- — Children's Hosp Asn (@hospitals4kids)Thu, May 22 2014 12:28:00
- — Jordan Marmet (@DrMarmet)Thu, May 22 2014 18:11:33Hi, I'm Dr. Jordan Marmet, the lead Pediatric Hospitalist at University of Minnesota Children's Hospital, honored to be here #HospitalTime
- — SeattleChildrensNews (@PediatricPulse)Thu, May 22 2014 18:01:50
- Other participants on the chat included:
- — Kravis Children's (@mountsinaipeds)Thu, May 22 2014 13:26:07
- What are some of the top reasons children wind up in the emergency room?
- — Ricky Y. Choi MD MPH (@rychoiMD)Thu, May 22 2014 18:10:17A1: Common reasons kids go to ER: *FEVER, *COUGH, foreign bodies in nose/throat, injuries, abdominal pain. #HospitalTime
- — Mount Sinai Hospital (@MountSinaiNYC)Thu, May 22 2014 18:11:08A1 Trauma is a major reason for #HospitalTime. Cuts that are deep and do not stop bleeding, may require stitches or glue.
- What are some of the top reasons children end up in the emergency room – when they shouldn't have?
Highlights from #HospitalTime
U.S. News moderated a conversation about what signs parents should look for when deciding to take their children to the hospital. Experts came from Parents Magazine, DrGreene.com, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Children's Hospital Association and Seattle Children's Hospital.
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