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Maternal and Infant Mental Health: Hospital-wide and Clinic Integration

Two children’s hospitals address mental health concerns of mothers and caregivers with the goal of positive health outcomes for infants and families.


Pearls and Pitfalls in the Recognition and Treatment of Pediatric Sepsis

Join us for a special event celebrating Sepsis Awareness Month! We are honored to have clinicians from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Seattle Children’s Hospital reprise their remarkable session from the Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference! Hear three perspectives on the clinical presentation, assessment and treatment of pediatric sepsis. At the conclusion of the presentations, you are invited to stay for an extended question and answer session with our experts!


Balanced Fluid Administration in Pediatric Severe Sepsis

Severe sepsis remains an important cause of morbidity and mortality in children. Current standard treatment guidelines do not make specific recommendations for the use of either balanced fluids or unbalanced fluids in the initial treatment of severe sepsis. However, recent studies in adults have suggested that the use of balanced fluids could improve outcomes. Join Dr. Elizabeth Emrath and Dr. Kiran Hebbar as they describe how data from the Pediatric Health Information System Database allowed them to analyze the fluid usage in pediatric patients with severe sepsis and show benefit with the administration of balanced fluids.