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Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
...American Academy of Pediatrics © 2020 American Academy of Pediatrics. All rights reserved. F84.0 Sleep problems are common in children with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD). One-half to one-third of children with ASD have sleep problems. This can lead to daytime problems...
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... (under 1 year old) drink only breast milk or formula. Babies older than 4 months can also have water. The healthiest choices for toddlers (1 to 3 years old) are water, milk, or breast milk. If you do offer juice, limit it to 4 ounces per day. Getting enough sleep can help your child stay...
Journal Articles
Hosp Pediatr (2021) 11 (4): 358–365.
Published: April 2021
...Kamelia McRae, MD; Theiju Sebastian, MD; Matthew Grossman, MD; Jaspreet Loyal, MD, MS BACKGROUND: At our institution, the treatment of infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is guided by a function-based assessment called the Eat, Sleep, Console (ESC) approach. Infants room...
Journal Articles
Pediatr Rev (2001) 22 (10): 327–342.
Published: October 2001
...Barbara J. Howard; Joyce Wong Sleep problems are very common during childhood, occurring in 20% to 30% of children. They are often a clue to underlying emotional, interactional, or family problems that deserve attention and may be the aspect of the child’s functioning that the family is most...
Includes: Supplementary data
Book Chapter
Published: October 2022
10.1542/9781610026239-ch14
EISBN: 978-1-61002-623-9
ISBN: 978-1-61002-620-8
...CHAPTER 14 Sleep Sleep is by far the most popular topic of the parenting workshops I conduct in my practice, and it s definitely one of the most important. Who doesn t want a few more z s every night? The reality is that in the first few weeks at home with your newborn, you probably won t get much...
Book Chapter
Published: April 2021
10.1542/9781610023733-30
EISBN: 978-1-61002-373-3
ISBN: 978-1-61002-372-6
...Sleep disorders are common during infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Getting children to go to bed, fall asleep, stay asleep, and stay in bed can be no small challenge. Parents frequently ask pediatricians about sleep-related problems at routine health maintenance visits. Age-appropriate...
Book Chapter
Published: April 2022
10.1542/9781610025133-ch04
EISBN: 978-1-61002-513-3
ISBN: 978-1-61002-510-2
...CHAPTER 4 Keep Your Sleeping Baby Safe and Practice Tummy Time 37 Ioften hear mothers or grandmothers say, All my babies slept on their stomachs, and they turned out fine! Of course I believe them, but that was before scientific research revealed that infants were 12 times more likely to be found...
General Information
Module
Published: October 2023
...Commentary by Jessica Weisz, MD Published October 2023 Sleep is critical for emotional regulation, brain development, and general well-being. Pediatricians get many questions about sleep from parents and therefore need to be knowledgeable about frequent sleep challenges as well as strategies...)
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... of Pediatrics   HealthyChildren.org : www.HealthyChildren.org Durand   VM . Sleep Better! A Guide to Improving Sleep for Children With Special Needs . Baltimore, MD : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co ; 2014 Ferber   R . Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems: New, Revised, and Expanded...
Book Chapter
Published: April 2023
10.1542/9781610026734-part01-section01_diagnosis_and_management
EISBN: 978-1-61002-673-4
ISBN: 978-1-61002-672-7
...527 Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome Clinical Practice Guideline 529Organizational Principles to Guide and De ne the Child CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINE Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome abstract OBJECTIVES: This revised...
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... unusual, repeated body movements; have “drop attacks”; have seizures in his sleep; or stare blankly into space. Epilepsy is defined as 2 or more seizures when the child does not have a fever or another medical reason for the seizure. About 1 in 4 children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD...
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... a physical examination to see if medical problems are causing eating problems. Tell your doctor if you notice burping, gagging, difficulty sleeping at night, or any other concerning symptoms. Also, tell your child’s doctor if you are giving any vitamins, supplements, or over-the-counter medications...
Patient Education Handouts
Pediatric Patient Education (2021)
Published: January 2021
... in the inner ear. A tiny probe is placed just inside the baby's ear canal. It measures the response (echo) when clicks or tones are played into the baby's ears. Both tests are quick (about 5 to 10 minutes), painless, and may be done while your baby is sleeping or lying still. One or both tests may be used...
General Information
Published: February 2024
... and improving the oral health of young children, based on his Pediatrics clinical report, which is featured in several First 1,000 Days learning modules. View the recording “Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Updated Recommendations for Reducing Infant Deaths in the Sleep Environment” with Rachel Moon...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... below from Pediatrics offers primary care physicians guidance on providing medical care to patients with cerebral palsy. 1f. Sleeping ● Preterm and low birth weight infants are 2 to 3 times more likely to be impacted by sudden unexpected infant death (SUID) , so it is important to elucidate how...)
Module
Published: December 2023
... floss the child’s teeth. 1f. Sleep ● At this age, children should sleep 10-13 hours in a 24-hour period. ● Some children may continue to require one daily nap at this age. ● Establishing and maintain a consistent bedtime routine is useful for encouraging sleep. ● Evaluate for snoring, sleep...)
Module
Published: November 2023
... by many health inequities that can further promote obesity. These have a longitudinal effect that will affect their adult life, leading to an adult with obesity and other comorbidities. Obesity can lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea...)
Module
Published: November 2023
... postpartum. ● Affects 30-80% of women. ● Symptoms include emotional lability, difficulty sleeping, decreased appetite and anxiety. 2) Postpartum depression – onset occurs immediately after delivery to within 4 months postpartum and can last several months to a year. ● Symptoms last longer than 2...)
Module
Published: May 2024
..., best ages for screening, and best treatment of those identified. 41 Screening by pediatric health care professionals continues to be recommended for the early identification of and intervention for ASD, while research continues. 42 Children with ASD demonstrate sleep, eating...)