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Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
.... It is best to ask. Most hospitals do hearing screening for all newborns. Some only screen newborns who are considered high risk, such as those with a family history of hearing loss. Most states now have Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) programs. These programs try to ensure that all...
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... intolerance (intolerance of milk sugar). Getting rid of milk will decrease chance of irritation and harden loose stools in affected children. Celiac disease (a reaction to gluten proteins in barley, rye, and wheat) is found in 1 in 100 people. Children with ASD, especially if they have a family history...
Module
Published: October 2023
... by sex (boys > girls), race/ethnicity (Hispanic, Asian, and Black > white European), genetic predisposition (family history, HLA genetic variants), and presence of other atopic disorders, particularly atopic dermatitis; for higher-risk patients (e.g., those with other atopic disorders) delayed...)
Module
Published: November 2023
... major depression disorder, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or strong family history also increase the risk of developing perinatal mood disorders. This further emphasizes the importance of continuing medications that are safe during pregnancy. PMADs may negatively impact developing infant’s physical...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... for children at risk for dyslipidemia who have not previously been screened with normal results. Children who warrant screening at this age have a positive family history of dyslipidemia or cardiovascular disease in male relatives who are younger than 55 years and female relatives younger than 65 years; have...)
Module
Published: October 2023
... questions based on age. Frequency of bowel movements, stool caliber, history of clogging toilets, dietary history/changes, family history, encopresis, toilet training history, and associated symptoms such as abdominal pain, vomiting, bloody stools, and gas are all questions that should be considered when...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... is addressing the family’s concerns. After family concerns are addressed, obtain details about development, nutrition, daycare readiness (each of which are discussed in the remainder of the module). Further, verify the social history and any elements of family history not yet reviewed, as well as any...)
General Information
Published: December 2022
... requiring intensive care •  Congenital heart disease (repaired or non-repaired) •  Recurrent urinary tract infections, hematuria, or proteinuria •  Known kidney disease or urological malformations •  Family history of congenital kidney disease •  Solid-organ transplant •  Malignancy or bone...)
White Paper
Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics
Published: June 2023
... translocation.   Discuss family history of previous children born with trisomy 21, children with developmental differences, or pregnancies that ended in miscarriage. Indicative that a family may carry a balanced translocation that predisposes them to having children with trisomy 21...)
Module
Published: December 2022
... is a systematic review of social determinants of health screenings. Further Reading:   Barriers to Social Determinants of Health Screening and Low Socioeconomic Status Reinforce the Patient-provider Power Differential | Pediatrics 3a. Family History in Primary Care Pediatrics This article from Pediatrics...)
Module
Published: June 2023
... concerns. Review interval history for any illness, injuries, or significant health changes. Ask about any updates to family history and discuss any changes that may have taken place in the household since the last visit, such as new caregivers or changes to routines. 1a2. Feeding/Nutrition: Preterm...)
Module
Published: February 2024
... Sleep disturbance, RLS/PLMD, pica, irritability, decreased energy, pallor 4 through 8 y Family history, PPI or H2 acid blockers, renal failure Obesity, vegetarian or restricted diet (especially in autism/developmental delay) RLS/PLMD, pica, fatigue, dizziness, irritability, poor concentration...)
Module
Published: June 2023
...-year-olds and a screening test performed if the risk assessment is positive. The risk assessment is based on history and physical examination findings. The degree of parental concern for hearing problems should be taken into consideration while eliciting a family history of hearing loss. Obtaining...)
Module
Published: November 2022
... for Children with Chronic Diseases 3j. Vaccinations for Children with a Personal or Family History of Seizures 3k. Immunocompromised Children 4a. Handling and Storage 4b. Simultaneous Administration of Multiple Vaccines 4c. Interchangeability of Vaccine Products 4d. Vaccine Administration 4e. Video: Giving...)
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Published: June 2023
... old ; toddler ; language development ; social development ; family history ; bedtime routine ; sleep management ; behavior management ; discipline ; tantrums ; oral care 1a. Introduction As toddlers continue to develop their ability to express their likes and dislikes and move around...)
Module
Published: May 2024
... a longitudinal view of the child. The physician is thus able to identify and differentiate true deficits and delays from temporary setbacks. History Evaluation of children for suspected delays in development includes a complete history ( Box 32.3 ). Family history of birth defects, childhood deaths...)
Module
Published: June 2023
.... Following this summary are some of the more important highlights. Keywords: 4 month old ; self-calming ; teething ; feeding ; car seats ; postpartum depression ; oral hygiene ; introducing solids ; allergens ; hip dysplasia ; early literacy 1a. Introduction ● Update family history with any...)
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Published: February 2024
... with pulmonary manifestations. Heiner syndrome is a rare disorder in which food hypersensitivity causes recurrent pulmonary infiltrates, failure to thrive, hemosiderosis, and anemia. ( 23 )( 51 ) Nakamura et al described a case of a preterm male infant with a family history of atopy who recurrently developed...)
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Published: November 2023
... laboratory tests, a strong family history, or other risks, such as acanthosis nigricans. Children with diabetes should be referred to endocrinology. Children with prediabetes should be referred to endocrinology or a comprehensive weight management clinic, obtain targeted nutritional counseling to reduce...)
Book Chapter
Published: April 2022
10.1542/9781610026086-part01-11
EISBN: 978-1-61002-608-6
ISBN: 978-1-61002-607-9
... of age. If negative, continue according to the periodicity schedule; if positive, refer to an orthopaedist or for ultrasonography at 3 weeks of age. B. Infants with a positive family history of DDH (newborn risk for boys of 9.4/1000 and for girls, 44/1000). When the results of the newborn examination...