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Emergencies in pediatric gynecology are more common than is thought. These emergencies are presented to the emergency department (ED) and primary care offices. Emergency room doctors and primary care providers should be familiar with these conditions to allow for optimal triage of these conditions. Obstetric and gynecologic providers also should be familiar with these conditions as they often may be consulted when these patients present to the ED or to their primary care provider.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
1. Identify the most common pediatric and adolescent gynecologic (PAG) emergencies.
2. Explain the consent process when treating minors in the emergency setting.
3. Discuss the evaluation of patients with PAG emergencies.
4. Discuss the management of patients with PAG emergencies.
5. Communicate effectively with patients about diagnosis and treatment.
1. Best Practices in Treatment
2. Common Emergencies: Diagnosis and Treatment
3. Vulvovaginal Concerns
4. Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding