Journal of Pediatric Emergency Medicine–JPEM
The Journal of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (JPEM) is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication and clinical translation resources aimed at supporting the emergency care of children through the dissemination, exploration, and discussion of the latest research and techniques in pediatric emergency medicine. Topics include the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of acute liver failure, pneumonia and flu, infectious disease, cough and breathing difficulties, heart failure, cataracts and loss of vision, and stomach ailments in an emergency setting. The articles also explore emergency first aid, emergency medical services and adolescent medicine, emergency and rehabilitation medicine, and best practices in the emergency department when treating pediatrics.
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