Congratulations to Dr. Dan Quan and various members of our pediatric emergency medicine staff on their recent publication in Pediatric Emergency Care entitled Cost Minimization Analysis of Different Strategies of Management of Clinically Significant Scorpion Envenomation Among Pediatric Patients. Quoting from the conclusion in the abstract, "For children with scorpion envenomation, use of a management strategy based on serial dosing of antivenom titrated to clinical response is less costly than a strategy of initial use of full-dose antivenom."
Read the full article here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27749795
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