Continuum of comprehensive care from pediatrician’s office to critical care unit-strategies to conceptualize the hints to critical clinical course

14th World Congress on General Pediatrics & Adolescent medicine
September 25-27, 2017 Chicago, USA

Mohammed Naeem

King Abdullah Specialized Childrenâ??s Hospital, KSA

ScientificTracks Abstracts: Ped Health Res

DOI: 10.21767/2574-2817-C1-002

Abstract

The aim of this workshop was to prepare pediatric health care providers to effectively identify the high-risk patients at the point of care who are at high risk to require intensive care settings. Over the last decade, strategic planning in pediatric comprehensive managed care and medico-legal implications has resulted into increasing collaboration between the pediatricianâ??s office and the critical care units. Guidelines from professional and regulatory societies emphasize upon golden hour and early intensive management. There is a stronger emphasis that the health care providers should be vigilant to identify the pediatric patients with high risk of rapid progression of the disease process. The envisioned workshop provides an overview of simple clinical presentations that may potentially lead to a need for critical care setting. This workshop will target typical respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, genitourinary disorders as well as inborn errors of metabolism, infections, high risk behaviors and non-traumatic injuries.

Biography

Mohammed Naeem MD, FAAP, FCCP has vast interests and experience in care and development of children and adolescents. His passion gears towards constructing and implementing scientific models to improve systems targeting primary, secondary and tertiary care. His ideology takes a positive direction through his in-depth analyses and vision and further to explore multiple ways that would help understand the complex pathological phenomenon and planning to design and implement strategies to overcome these. His particular interest and expertise involves population of children and adolescents requiring intensive care. He had been utilizing his vast experience of research, clinical care, patient safety and strategic planning to ambitiously achieve his goals. Through multiple levels of participation in care and strategic planning relevant to diverse patient population, he had been very successful to make his contributions and judgments being heard and taken in considerations.