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1 October 2000
Cerebral Intravascular Oxygenation Correlates With Mean Arterial Pressure in Critically Ill Premature Infants
Adverse Sedation Events in Pediatrics: Analysis of Medications Used for Sedation
Charles J. Coté, MD; Helen W. Karl, MD; Daniel A. Notterman, MD; Joseph A. Weinberg, MD; Carolyn McCloskey, MD
The Prevalence of Genital Human Papillomavirus Infections in Abused and Nonabused Preadolescent Girls
Catherine Stevens-Simon, MD; Donna Nelligan, CHA; Paula Breese; Carole Jenny, MD; John M. Douglas, Jr., MD
Topics: genital system , human papillomavirus , sexual abuse , pre-teen , dna
Neonatal Outcome of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis by Polar Body Removal: The First 109 Infants
Charles M. Strom, MD; Rebecca Levin, BA; Sam Strom; Christina Masciangelo, MS; Anver Kuliev, PhD ...
Video Recording as a Means of Evaluating Neonatal Resuscitation Performance
Topics: newborn resuscitation , optn gene , resuscitation , video recording , intubation
The EPICure Study: Outcomes to Discharge From Hospital for Infants Born at the Threshold of Viability
Kate Costeloe, FRCP; Enid Hennessy, MSc; Alan T. Gibson, PhD; Neil Marlow, DM; Andrew R. Wilkinson, FRCP ...
Topics: birth weight , brain , chemical surfactants , cysts , gestational age
Costs and Effectiveness of Ultrasonography and Limited Computed Tomography for Diagnosing Appendicitis in Children
Topics: appendicitis , ultrasonography
Decline in Prevalence of Neural Tube Defects in a High-Risk Region of the United States
Roger E. Stevenson, MD; William P. Allen, MD; G. Shashidhar Pai, MD; Robert Best, PhD; Laurie H. Seaver, MD ...
Topics: anencephaly , congenital cerebral hernia , fetal death , folic acid , live birth
Pilot Study of Treatment With Whole Body Hypothermia for Neonatal Encephalopathy
Denis Azzopardi, MD; Nicola J. Robertson, MD; Frances M. Cowan, MD; Mary A. Rutherford, MD; Michael Rampling, MD ...
Topics: hypothermia, induced , hypothermia, natural
Pneumococcal Mastoiditis in Children
Sheldon L. Kaplan, MD; Edward O. Mason, Jr., PhD; Ellen R. Wald, MD; Kwang Sik Kim, MD; Laurence B. Givner, MD ...
Topics: mastoiditis , penicillin , streptococcus pneumoniae
Prospective Randomized Trial of Early Versus Late Enteral Iron Supplementation in Infants With a Birth Weight of Less Than 1301 Grams
Topics: birth weight , iron , ferritin , blood transfusion
Venous and Arterial Hematologic Profiles of Very Low Birth Weight Infants
Michael Obladen, MD; Katharina Diepold; Rolf F. Maier, MD; the European Multicenter rhEPO Study Group
Topics: blood platelets , hematocrit , hematology , hemoglobin , infant, very low birth weight
When to Suspect Fungal Infection in Neonates: A Clinical Comparison of Candida albicans and Candida parapsilosis Fungemia With Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcal Bacteremia
Daniel K. Benjamin, Jr., MD; Kelly Ross, MD; Ross E. McKinney, Jr., MD; Daniel K. Benjamin, PhD; Richard Auten, MD ...
Topics: amphotericin b , bacteremia , candida albicans , candida parapsilosis , candidemia
Different β-Casein Fractions in Icelandic Versus Scandinavian Cow's Milk May Influence Diabetogenicity of Cow's Milk in Infancy and Explain Low Incidence of Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus in Iceland
Inga Thorsdottir, PhD; Bryndis Eva Birgisdottir, RD; Inga Maria Johannsdottir, MD; D. Paul Harris, PhD; Jeremy Hill, PhD ...
Topics: caseins , cow's milk , diabetes mellitus, type 1 , iceland , icelandic
Otitis Media in Early Childhood in Relation to Preschool Language and School Readiness Skills Among Black Children
Joanne E. Roberts, PhD; Margaret R. Burchinal, PhD; Sandra C. Jackson, PhD; Stephen R. Hooper, PhD; Jackson Roush, PhD ...
Topics: kindergartens , languages , otitis media , otitis media with effusion , school readiness
Large Congenital Melanocytic Nevi and the Risk for Development of Malignant Melanoma and Neurocutaneous Melanocytosis
Flavia V. Bittencourt, MD; Ashfaq A. Marghoob, MD; Alfred W. Kopf, MD; Karen L. Koenig, PhD; Robert S. Bart, MD
Topics: congenital melanocytic nevus , melanoma , melanosis
Prospective Evaluation of Propofol Anesthesia in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for Elective Oncology Procedures in Ambulatory and Hospitalized Children
James H. Hertzog, MD; Heidi J. Dalton, MD; Barry D. Anderson, MD; Aziza T. Shad, MD; Joseph E. Gootenberg, MD ...
Topics: pediatric intensive care unit , propofol , medical oncology
Depressive Symptoms and Cigarette Smoking Among Teens
Topics: cigarette smoking , depressive disorders , smokers , smoking , add health study
Racial Differences in Access to the Kidney Transplant Waiting List for Children and Adolescents With End-Stage Renal Disease
Susan L. Furth, MD; Pushkal P. Garg, MD; Alicia M. Neu, MD; Wenke Hwang, PhD; Barbara A. Fivush, MD ...
Dexamethasone Treatment of Virilizing Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: The Ability to Achieve Normal Growth
The Tagum Study I: Analysis and Clinical Correlates of Mercury in Maternal and Cord Blood, Breast Milk, Meconium, and Infants' Hair
Gloria B. Ramirez, MD; Ma. Cristina Vince Cruz, MD; Olive Pagulayan, MS STAT; Enrique Ostrea, MD; Crispin Dalisay, MD
Topics: fetus , hair , meconium , mercury , milk, human
Teacher-Assessed Behavior of Children Prenatally Exposed to Cocaine
Virginia Delaney-Black, MD; Chandice Covington, RN; Thomas Templin, PhD; Joel Ager, PhD; Beth Nordstrom-Klee, MA ...
Topics: cocaine , ethanol , prenatal care , prenatal cocaine exposure , child behavior
Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Use in Adolescents Can Be Predicted by Parental Substance Use Disorders
Year 2000 Position Statement: Principles and Guidelines for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Programs
Joint Committee on Infant Hearing; American Academy of Audiology; American Academy of Pediatrics; American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; Directors of Speech and Hearing Programs in State Health and Welfare Agencies
The Unnecessary Epidemic of Folic Acid-Preventable Spina Bifida and Anencephaly
Topics: anencephaly , congenital abnormality , folic acid , spinal dysraphism , epidemics
Commentary on Cerebral Intravascular Oxygenation Correlates With Mean Arterial Pressure in Critically Ill Premature Infants
Experience and Reason
Verve and Jolt: Deadly New Internet Drugs
Topics: gamma hydroxybutyrate , internet , ingestion , hydroxybutyrates , respiratory depression
Role of Naloxone in Newborn Resuscitation
Topics: naloxone , opiates , resuscitation , newborn resuscitation , respiratory depression
Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection in Patients With Phagocyte Defects
Visual Field Constriction in Children With Epilepsy on Vigabatrin Treatment
Paola Iannetti, MD; Alberto Spalice, MD; Francesco Massimo Perla, MD; Elena Conicella, MD; Umberto Raucci, MD ...
Topics: epilepsy , vigabatrin , visual field constriction , visual field testing
“Blue Balls”: A Diagnostic Consideration in Testiculoscrotal Pain in Young Adults: A Case Report and Discussion
Topics: pain , young adult
Isolated Large Third-Trimester Intracranial Cyst on Fetal Ultrasound: Fact or Fiction?
Elizabeth A. Leistikow, MD; Dennis T. Costakos, MD; Norman E. Jones, MD; Sherrie D. Bester, RN; William M. Deering, MD ...
Topics: artifacts , cysts , fetus , pregnancy trimester, third , ultrasonography
Successful Long-Term Peritoneal Dialysis in a Very Low Birth Weight Infant with Renal Failure Secondary to Feto-Fetal Transfusion Syndrome
American Academy of Pediatrics
The Role of the Pediatrician in Transitioning Children and Adolescents With Developmental Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses From School to Work or College
Insurance Coverage of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for Children and Adolescents: A Consensus Statement
Topics: consensus , mental health , substance abuse , insurance coverage , coordination
Letters to the Editor
Primary Care Treatment of Pediatric Psychosocial Problems: A Study From Pediatric Research in Office Settings and Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Network
William Gardner, PhD; Kelly J. Kelleher, MD; Richard Wasserman, MD; George Childs, MS; Paul Nutting, MD ...
Topics: counseling , psychosocial problem , mental health
Time for a New Paradigm in Pediatric Medical Education: Teaching Neonatal Resuscitation in a Simulated Delivery Room Environment
Louis P. Halamek, MD; David M. Kaegi, MD; David M. Gaba, MD; Yasser A. Sowb, PhD; Bradford C. Smith, RN ...
Topics: delivery rooms , education, medical , newborn resuscitation , simulators , newborn
Television Commercial Violence During Nonviolent Programming: The 1998 Major League Baseball Playoffs
Topics: baseball , television , violence
Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure Among Urban Children
Topics: passive smoking , smoke , smokers , smoking , smoking cessation
Long-Term Effect of Dust Control on Blood Lead Concentrations
Topics: dust , lead poisoning , lead level
Relations of Parental Obesity Status to Physical Activity and Fitness of Prepubertal Girls
Topics: heart rate , obesity , physical activity , prepuberty , weekend
Aerobic Fitness, Not Energy Expenditure, Influences Subsequent Increase in Adiposity in Black and White Children
Maria S. Johnson, PhD; Reinaldo Figueroa-Colon, MD; Sara L. Herd, PhD; David A. Fields, MS; Min Sun, MS ...
Topics: energy metabolism , obesity , transesophageal echocardiography
Infant Immunization With Acellular Pertussis Vaccines in the United States: Assessment of the First Two Years' Data From the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)
M. Miles Braun, MD; Gina T. Mootrey, DO; Marcel E. Salive, MD; Robert T. Chen, MD; Susan S. Ellenberg, PhD ...
Hypotonic–Hyporesponsive Episodes Reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), 1996–1998
Interferon-α and Ribavirin in Treating Children and Young Adults With Chronic Hepatitis C After Malignancy
Herwig Lackner, MD; Andrea Moser, MD; Johann Deutsch, MD; Harald H. Kessler, MD; Martin Benesch, MD ...
Topics: cancer , hepatitis c virus , hepatitis c, chronic , interferons , ribavirin
Sources of Infection Among Persons With Acute Hepatitis A and No Identified Risk Factors During a Sustained Community-Wide Outbreak
Catherine Janes Staes, BSN; Thomas L. Schlenker, MD; Ilene Risk, MPA; Kyle G. Cannon, BSN; Heath Harris, MPH ...
Topics: dietary sodium chloride , disease outbreaks , food , hepatitis a , immunoglobulin m
Late-Onset Neutropenia in Very Low Birth Weight Infants
Topics: infant, very low birth weight , neutropenia , sepsis , infant, premature
Raccoon Roundworm (Baylisascaris procyonis) Encephalitis: Case Report and Field Investigation
Sarah Y. Park, MD; Carol Glaser, MD; William J. Murray, DVM; Kevin R. Kazacos, DVM; Howard A. Rowley, MD ...
Topics: baylisascaris procyonis , encephalitis , nematode infections , raccoons , serologic tests
Vulvar Carcinoma in a 12-Year-Old Girl With Vertically Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
Carlo Giaquinto, MD; Annarosa Del Mistro, MD; Anita De Rossi, PhD; Roberta Bertorelle, PhD; Vania Giacomet, MD ...
Topics: carcinoma of vulva , hiv infections , hiv , vulva
Hemophagocytic Syndrome: A Misleading Complication of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Children—A Series of 12 Cases
Topics: bone marrow , etoposide , fever , hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis , leishmania