Role of Emergency Medicine in Pediatrics and Neonatology

pediatric emergency physician specializes in treating children and adolescents who are experiencing an acute illness or injury. A pediatric emergency physician is trained to treat a variety of conditions that necessitate immediate medical attention. These issues frequently pose grave threats to life. If the child has an immediate need for special medical care or an acute illness or injury, their pediatrician may refer them to a pediatric emergency physician.

Pediatric emergency physicians are skilled in each and every one of the following fields:

  • Managing Medical Emergencies. These frequently require exceptional strategies and methodology.
  • Providing care that is tailored to the particular medical requirements of infants, children, teenagers, and young adults.
  • Giving medications and using special equipment in particular ways
  • Identifying issues in children who are unable to cooperate or be patient.
  • Easing the suffering and stress that families can experience as a result of a medical emergency.


Track 6.1  Acute medical problems (High or Persistent fever, Severe infections, Difficulty Breathing, Severe pain, Dehydration,                         Seizures, Severe allergic reactions)

Track 6.2 Major injuries (Fractures, Head injuries, Burns, Conditions resulting from motor vehicle crashes, falls, or other incidents)

Track 6.3 Poisonings and overdoses

Track 6.4 Severe complications of chronic illnesses (Asthma, Diabetes, Sickle cell disease, Congenital disorders)

Track 6.5 Minor injuries (Cuts, Animal bites, Sprains)

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