F010 - Hot Topics in Acute and Inpatient Pediatric Dermatology
Friday, February 16; 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Formulate a differential diagnosis for challenging pediatric dermatoses seen in the urgent outpatient access, inpatient, or emergency department setting.
- Recognize the clinical clues including classic findings used to diagnose pediatric dermatoses including the newborn period, and discuss advancements in diagnostic approaches.
- Select therapeutic and management options based on the best available literature and explore an approach to counseling parents on pediatric dermatoses.
This session will present a case-based overview of common pediatric dermatology emergencies including infections and vascular diseases, and address "hot topics" in acute pediatric dermatology, including the diagnostic workup for blistering diseases in the newborn and data and therapeutic options for the management of severe drug eruptions. The case-based format will create an active learning environment relevant to the dermatology trainee or experienced medical dermatologist. The session will offer practical tips for evaluation, diagnosis, and management of pediatric dermatoses. The session will emphasize pediatric dermatology diagnostic challenges and therapeutic dilemmas.
This activity has been approved by the American Board of Dermatology (ABD) for up to 20 MOC Component 2 Self-Assessment points. For more information about MOC, please visit the ABD website at www.abderm.org.
- Carlberg, Valerie Margaret, MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Cheng, Carol Erin, MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
- Hawryluk, Elena B., MD, PhD: Gritstone Oncology – E(S); UpToDate, Inc – O(OB);
- Morley, Keith W, MD: no financial relationships exist with commercial interests.
Friday, February 16
Dr. Hawryluk / Introduction/Overview
Dr. Hawryluk / Literature Update
Dr. Carlberg / Neonatal Skin Disease
Dr. Cheng / Infectious Diseases in Pediatric Dermatology
Dr. Morley / Acute Presentations of Pediatric Connective Tissue Disorder
All faculty / Q&A