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Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... , Rosenblatt   AI . Autism Spectrum Disorder: What Every Parent Needs to Know . 2nd ed. Itasca, IL : American Academy of Pediatrics ; 2019 Interactive Autism Network “ ASD Diagnosis: What Do We Tell the Kids? ”: www.iancommunity.org/cs/articles/telling_a_child_about_his_asd National...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... © 2019 American Academy of Pediatrics. All rights reserved. F84 Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is complex, and symptoms are different for each child. Read on to learn more from the American Academy of Pediatrics about how ASD is diagnosed. Diagnosis of ASD can be complicated...
Toolkit Chapter
Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics
Published: February 2021
DOI: 10.1542/9781610024624-2e_s4_40_DifferentialDiag_Substances
EISBN: 978-1-61002-462-4
...Diagnostic Guidance Conditions That May Mimic or Co-occur With Substance Use Disclaimer The diagnosis for a substance use disorder (SUD) is based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, criteria. Twelve criteria are specified; patients who endorse 2...
Resources
Published: January 2022
... heightened suspicion, particularly during local outbreaks or in patients with recent travel, can be key to timely diagnosis. The incubation period between exposure and initial symptoms is approximately 8-12 days. Diagnosis:   Measles virus infection can be confirmed by: (1) detection of measles viral RNA...)
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Published: January 2022
..., loss of muscle tone, and loss of reflexes. Suspect AFM in any child presenting with acute onset weakness, particularly when following a febrile illness in the summer-fall. Detect AFM through a detailed neurologic exam for hypotonic, hyporeflexic limb weakness. Diagnosis : Diagnose AFM by obtaining...)
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Published: January 2022
.... Listeria can cause pregnancy loss or premature birth. Listeria can also cause serious illness or death in newborns. Diagnosis: L monocytogenes can be recovered readily on blood agar from cultures of blood, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), meconium, placental or fetal tissue specimens, amniotic...)
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Published: November 2021
... Dizziness Algorithm for the differential diagnosis of dizziness Dyslipidemia Dyslipidemia algorithm: target LDL cholesterol Dyslipidemia algorithm: target triglycerides Dysuria Algorithmic approach to dysuria in postpubertal males and females Algorithmic approach...)
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Published: January 2022
... experience anosmia (loss of smell) or ageusia (loss of taste); these occur more commonly in adolescents than in younger children. Conjunctivitis and rashes also have been reported. Children generally have mild disease or may be asymptomatic, although severe and even fatal cases have occurred. Diagnosis...)
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Published: November 2021
... of COVID19 vaccine in children.  View Presentation View Webinar     July 2020   Acute Kidney Injury in Children Brian Stotter, MD, FAAP In this webinar, Dr. Stotter discusses how to formulate a differential diagnosis for causes of acute kidney injury (AKI) based on clinical...)
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Published: January 2022
..., such as: Decreased urine output Dry mucous membranes Orthostatic hypotension Diagnosis : Gastroenteritis is diagnosed by stool culture or molecular testing (including PCR); stool testing should be obtained in all children with bloody diarrhea or unexplained persistent or severe diarrhea.  Precautions...)
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Published: January 2022
... oral liquids Signs of dehydration, such as: Decreased urine output Dry mucous membranes Orthostatic hypotension Neurologic symptoms, particularly seizures, which may occur in the setting of HUS. Diagnosis : Several US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared multiplex polymerase...)
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Published: January 2022
... the classic symptoms but instead may be slow, inactive, or irritable; or have poor feeding, bulging fontanelle, and abnormal reflexes. Typically, symptoms develop within 3 to 7 days after exposure. Diagnosis: Cultures of blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) should be collected from patients with suspected...)
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Published: December 2021
... and Adolescents: Testing and Treatment AAP News : Report offers recommendations for diagnosis, treatment of tuberculosis infection HealthyChildren.org: Tuberculosis in Children and Teens     May 2021   Red Book 2021 Key Updates David W. Kimberlin, MD Dr Kimberlin, Red Book Editor...)
Book Chapter
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Published: August 2021
... Early-Onset Bacterial Sepsis Management of Neonates Born at ≥35 0/7 Weeks’ Gestation With Suspected or Proven Early-Onset Bacterial Sepsis 2017 Infectious Diseases Associated With Organized Sports and Outbreak Control Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Congenital...)
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Published: January 2022
... children and adolescents with suspected infection, and options for treatment for TBI. View Webinar AAP Clinical Report: Tuberculosis Infection in Children and Adolescents: Testing and Treatment AAP News : Report offers recommendations for diagnosis, treatment of tuberculosis infection...)
Point-of-Care Quick Reference
Published: August 2021
... years. One-half to two-thirds of cases manifest as a postinfectious illness 1 to 3 weeks after infection. Most evidence linking GBS to vaccines is temporal and causality has not been established clearly. Diagnosis is primarily based on a constellation of typical symptoms, neurologic signs...
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Published: December 2021
... in children. Have you missed past Pediatric Care Online (PCO) Webinars? View them any time on the PCO Webinars page . Here are a few PCO Webinars available now: Acute Kidney Injury in Children Brian Stotter, DO, FAAP discusses how to formulate a differential diagnosis for causes of acute kidney...)
Point-of-Care Quick Reference
Published: August 2021
... with the family and add the report to the neonate’s medical record. If there was no prenatal diagnosis and the neonate is clinically suspected of having DS, obtain blood for a chromosome analysis and request rapid results. Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) analysis results should be available within...
Point-of-Care Quick Reference
Published: August 2021
... Key Points Etiologically heterogeneous condition, with leading causes that include trauma and infection. Duration of onset, associated symptoms, and physical examination findings help narrow differential diagnosis. Emergent management focuses on stabilizing the patient (airway, breathing...