A new pancreatitis pathway (PDF) has been created to emphasize the management of acute pancreatitis in Seattle Children’s Emergency Department and acute care settings. Early aggressive fluid rehydration, early refeeding and appropriate pain management are key areas of focus.
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Seventy-eight percent of all firearm deaths in Washington state are suicides. Learn how to store firearms safely using triple safe storage. Learn more at: www.seattlechildrens.org/firearmsafety.
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