F3140- Management of Brief Resolved Unexplained Events: Re-thinking ALTE (Repeats as F4011)

Topic: Hospital Medicine

Sponsors: Section on Hospital Medicine (SOHM)

Monday, October 24
4:00PM - 4:45PM
Moscone South, 306

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The AAP recently published Guidelines for Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUEs), formerly called an apparent life-threatening event (ALTE). However, guidelines lead to improved care for children only when they are implemented in the wide array of pediatric settings. This session will help pediatric providers use the new definition and implement the recommendations into their ambulatory or hospital practice. There will be a brief presentation of the history of ALTEs/BRUEs and the new recommendations, followed by a short multimedia case presentation and discussion highlighting implementation challenges, controversies, and best practice solutions.

Joel Tieder, MD, MPH, FAAP

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Hospital Medicine
Seattle Children's Hospital and the University of Washington
Seattle, Washington

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