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Late Neurologic and Cognitive Sequelae of Inflicted Traumatic Brain Injury in Infancy
Karen M. Barlow, MB, ChB, MRCPCH; Elaine Thomson, BSc; David Johnson, PhD; Robert A. Minns, MD, PhD, FRCPCH
Association of Melanin Pigmentation in the Gingiva of Children With Parents Who Smoke
Topics: gingiva , melanin pigmentation , pigmentation , smoke , smoking
Ethnic Differences in Parent Preference to Be Present for Painful Medical Procedures
A Vancomycin-Heparin Lock Solution for Prevention of Nosocomial Bloodstream Infection in Critically Ill Neonates With Peripherally Inserted Central Venous Catheters: A Prospective, Randomized Trial
Jeffery S. Garland, MD; Colleen P. Alex, BSN; Kelly J. Henrickson, MD; Timothy L. McAuliffe, PhD; Dennis G. Maki, MD
Outbreak of Osteomyelitis/Septic Arthritis Caused by Kingella kingae Among Child Care Center Attendees
Karen M. Kiang, MD; Folashade Ogunmodede, MBBS, MPH; Billie A. Juni, MS; David J. Boxrud, MS; Anita Glennen, BS ...
Exposure to the Mass Media, Body Shape Concerns, and Use of Supplements to Improve Weight and Shape Among Male and Female Adolescents
Alison E. Field, ScD; S. Bryn Austin, ScD; Carlos A. Camargo, Jr, MD, DrPH; C. Barr Taylor, MD; Ruth H. Striegel-Moore, PhD ...
Topics: amino acids , creatine , dehydroepiandrosterone , mass media , muscle mass
Lactobacillus paracasei Strain ST11 Has No Effect on Rotavirus but Ameliorates the Outcome of Nonrotavirus Diarrhea in Children From Bangladesh
Shafiqul A. Sarker, MD; Shamima Sultana, MBBS; George J. Fuchs, MD; Nur H. Alam, MD; Tasnim Azim, MBBS, PhD ...
Topics: diarrhea , rotavirus , feces , lactobacillus paracasei , bangladesh
Growth Characteristics of Children With Ectodermal Dysplasia Syndromes
Kathleen J. Motil, MD, PhD; Timothy J. Fete, MD, MPH; J. Kennard Fraley, MPH; Rebecca J. Schultz, RN, CPNP; Thomas M. Foy, MD ...
Coarse Particulate Matter and Hospitalization for Respiratory Infections in Children Younger Than 15 Years in Toronto: A Case-Crossover Analysis
Distinctive Distribution of Pathogens Associated With Peritonitis in Neonates With Focal Intestinal Perforation Compared With Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Anger, Interpersonal Relationships, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Bullying Boys Who Are Treated With Outpatient Family Therapy: A Randomized, Prospective, Controlled Trial With 1 Year of Follow-up
Marius K. Nickel, MD; Jakub Krawczyk, MD; Cerstin Nickel, MD; Petra Forthuber; Christian Kettler, MD ...
Early Respiratory Infections, Asthma, and Allergy: 10-Year Follow-up of the Oslo Birth Cohort
Topics: allergic rhinitis , asthma , atopy , hypersensitivity , respiratory tract infections
International Comparison of Care for Very Low Birth Weight Infants: Parents' Perceptions of Counseling and Decision-Making
J. Colin Partridge, MD, MPH; Alma M. Martinez, MD, MPH; Hiroshi Nishida, MD; Nem-Yun Boo, MBBS; Keng Wee Tan, MMed ...
Dating Violence and Sexually Transmitted Disease/HIV Testing and Diagnosis Among Adolescent Females
Topics: hiv , hiv testing , sexually transmitted diseases , violence
Effects of a Mass Media Campaign to Increase Physical Activity Among Children: Year-1 Results of the VERB Campaign
Marian Huhman, PhD; Lance D. Potter, MA; Faye L. Wong, MPH; Stephen W. Banspach, PhD; Jennifer C. Duke, PhD ...
Topics: physical activity , adolescent
Pertussis Vaccine Effectiveness Among Children 6 to 59 Months of Age in the United States, 1998–2001
Kristine M. Bisgard, DVM, MPH; Philip Rhodes, PhD; Beverly L. Connelly, MD; Daoling Bi, MS; Christine Hahn, MD ...
Topics: pertussis , pertussis vaccine , vaccination , vaccines , cough
Symptomatic Treatment of Migraine in Children: A Systematic Review of Medication Trials
Léonie Damen, PhD; Jacques K.J. Bruijn, MD; Arianne P. Verhagen, PhD; Marjolein Y. Berger, MD PhD; Jan Passchier, PhD ...
Topics: acetaminophen , adverse event , analgesics , ibuprofen , migraine disorders
The Sensitivity of Children to Electromagnetic Fields
Topics: cancer , cell phones , childhood leukemia , electromagnetic fields , embryo
Childhood Lead Poisoning in 2 Families Associated With Spices Used in Food Preparation
Topics: food , lead level , lead poisoning , lead poisoning in children , spices
Acute Tellurium Toxicity From Ingestion of Metal-Oxidizing Solutions
Topics: ingestion , metals , tellurium , toxic effect , vomiting
Histiocytic Sarcoma in a 3-Year-Old Male: A Case Report
Samuel Buonocore, MD; Alfredo L. Valente, MD; Daniel Nightingale, MD; Jeffrey Bogart, MD; Abdul-Kader Souid, MD, PhD
Topics: sarcoma , histiocytosis, langerhans-cell
Poor Predictive Validity of the Bayley Scales of Infant Development for Cognitive Function of Extremely Low Birth Weight Children at School Age
Maureen Hack, MB, ChB; H. Gerry Taylor, PhD; Dennis Drotar, PhD; Mark Schluchter, PhD; Lydia Cartar, MA ...
Leadership Trends in Academic Pediatric Departments
Topics: neonatology , nephrology , schools, medical , trend , time factors
Unworried Parents of Well Children: A Look at Uninsured Children Who Reportedly Do Not Need Health Insurance
Morphine Administration and Short-term Pulmonary Outcomes Among Ventilated Preterm Infants
Vineet Bhandari, MD, DM; Lena L. Bergqvist, MD; Shari S. Kronsberg, MS; Bruce A. Barton, PhD; Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand, MBBS, DPhil ...
Topics: morphine , infant, premature , pulmonary air leakage , newborn , lung
Montelukast, Compared With Fluticasone, for Control of Asthma Among 6- to 14-Year-Old Patients With Mild Asthma: The MOSAIC Study
M. Luz Garcia Garcia, MD; Ulrich Wahn, MD; Leen Gilles, MSc; Arlene Swern, PhD; Carol A. Tozzi, PhD ...
Topics: asthma , fluticasone , montelukast , surrogate endpoints , agonists
Randomized, Controlled Trial of Dexamethasone in Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease: 13- to 17-Year Follow-up Study: I. Neurologic, Psychological, and Educational Outcomes
Rosamond A. K. Jones, MD, FRCPCH; on behalf of the Collaborative Dexamethasone Trial Follow-up Group
Topics: dexamethasone , lung disease, chronic , newborn , steroids , knowledge acquisition
Randomized, Controlled Trial of Dexamethasone in Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease: 13- to 17-Year Follow-up Study: II. Respiratory Status, Growth, and Blood Pressure
Rosamond A. K. Jones, MD, FRCPCH; on behalf of the Collaborative Dexamethasone Trial Follow-up Group
Topics: blood pressure , dexamethasone , lung disease, chronic , newborn , pulmonary function tests
A Controlled, Randomized, Double-Blind Trial of Prophylaxis Against Jaundice Among Breastfed Newborns
Topics: beta-glucuronidase , bilirubin , breast feeding , jaundice , total transcutaneous bilirubin
Comparison of Infasurf (Calfactant) and Survanta (Beractant) in the Prevention and Treatment of Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Randomized Trial of Donor Human Milk Versus Preterm Formula as Substitutes for Mothers' Own Milk in the Feeding of Extremely Premature Infants
Topics: donors , infant, premature , milk , milk, human , necrotizing enterocolitis
Prenatal Consultation Practices at the Border of Viability: A Regional Survey
Tara K. Bastek, MD, MPH; Douglas K. Richardson, MD, MBA; John A.F. Zupancic, MD, ScD; Jeffrey P. Burns, MD, MPH
Topics: neonatologists , prenatal care , resuscitation , shared decision making , infant, premature
Erythrocyte Zinc Protoporphyrin Is Elevated With Prematurity and Fetal Hypoxemia
David G. Lott, MD; M. Bridget Zimmerman, PhD; Robert F. Labbé, PhD; Pamela J. Kling, MD; John A. Widness, MD
Topics: ferritin , fetal growth retardation , fetus , hypoxemia , iron
Preterm Infants With Congenital Heart Disease and Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: Postoperative Course and Outcome After Cardiac Surgery
Colin J. McMahon, MRCPI; Daniel J. Penny, MD; David P. Nelson, MD, PhD; Anne M. Ades, MD; Salim Al Maskary, MRCP ...
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis in Children: Discordant Neurologic and Neuroimaging Abnormalities and Response to Plasmapheresis
Divya S. Khurana, MD; Joseph J. Melvin, DO; Sanjeev V. Kothare, MD; Ignacio Valencia, MD; H. Huntley Hardison, MD ...
Promoter Polymorphism of the CD14 Endotoxin Receptor Gene Is Associated With Biliary Atresia and Idiopathic Neonatal Cholestasis
Hsiang-Hung Shih, MD; Tsun-Mei Lin, PhD; Jiin-Haur Chuang, MD; Hock-Liew Eng, MD; Suh-Hang Hank Juo, MD, PhD ...
Topics: biliary atresia , cd14 antigen , endotoxins , neonatal cholestasis , polymorphism
Effect of Obesity and High Blood Pressure on Plasma Lipid Levels in Children and Adolescents
Gillian S. Boyd, BS; Joanna Koenigsberg, BS; Bonita Falkner, MD; Samuel Gidding, MD; Sandra Hassink, MD
Topics: hypertension , lipids , lipids measurement , obesity , plasma
Prothrombotic Factors in Children With Stroke or Porencephaly
Deaths From Residential Injuries in US Children and Adolescents, 1985–1997
Jyothi Nagaraja, MS; John Menkedick, MS; Kieran J. Phelan, MD; Peter Ashley, DrPH; Xiaoling Zhang, MS ...
Topics: accidental injuries , asphyxia , poisoning , trend , immersion
Smoking During Pregnancy and the Risk for Hyperkinetic Disorder in Offspring
Karen Markussen Linnet, MD, PhD; Kirsten Wisborg, MD, DMSc; Carsten Obel, MD, PhD; Niels Jørgen Secher, MD; Per Hove Thomsen, MD, DMSc ...
Excess Soluble fms-Like Tyrosine Kinase 1 and Low Platelet Counts in Premature Neonates of Preeclamptic Mothers
Po-Nien Tsao, MD, PhD; Shu-Chen Wei, MD, PhD; Yi-Ning Su, MD, PhD; Hung-Chieh Chou, MD; Chien-Yi Chen, MD ...
American Academy of Pediatrics
Prevention and Control of Meningococcal Disease: Recommendations for Use of Meningococcal Vaccines in Pediatric Patients
The Evaluation of Sexual Abuse in Children
Letters to the Editor
Misconceptions Concerning Gastroesophageal Reflux in Children
Misconceptions Concerning Gastroesophageal Reflux in Children: In Reply
Baby Doe Rules Have Been Interpreted and Applied by an Appellate Court
Topics: best interest standard , cognitive ability , courage , decision making , defendants
Baby Doe Rules Have Been Interpreted and Applied by an Appellate Court: In Reply
Topics: best interest standard , coma , decision making , pain , terminally ill
Is Homeostasis Model Assessment Better Than the Quantitative Insulin-Sensitivity Check Index and Fasting Glucose/Insulin Ratio?
Is Homeostasis Model Assessment Better Than the Quantitative Insulin-Sensitivity Check Index and Fasting Glucose/Insulin Ratio?: In Reply
Risk Factors for Severe Retinopathy of Prematurity Among Very Preterm Infants: A Unit-Based or Population-Based Approach?
Paolo Manzoni, MD; Daniele Farina, MD; MariaLisa Leonessa, MD; Giovanna Gomirato; Riccardo Arisio, MD
Topics: infant, premature , retinopathy of prematurity
Risk Factors for Severe Retinopathy of Prematurity Among Very Preterm Infants: A Unit-Based or Population-Based Approach?: In Reply
Brian A. Darlow, MD, FRACP; David J. Henderson-Smart, MB, PhD; Judy M. Simpson, PhD; Nicholas J. Evans, DM, MRCPH
Topics: infant, premature , retinopathy of prematurity , newborn
Lactobacillus Sepsis Associated With Probiotic Therapy: In Reply
Topics: lactobacillus , probiotics , sepsis
Training Young Pediatricians as Leaders
Topics: internship and residency , calculi , hospitals, pediatric , mentors , medical residencies
Training Young Pediatricians as Leaders: In Reply
Topics: internship and residency , students, medical
Fetal Programming and Risk of Metabolic Syndrome: Prevention Efforts for High-Risk Populations
Topics: fetus , metabolic syndrome x , obesity
Fetal Programming and Risk of Metabolic Syndrome:Prevention Efforts for High-Risk Populations: In Reply
Topics: fetus , metabolic syndrome x
Children With Special Health Care Needs and Managed Care
Diana Obrinsky, MD, MPH, FAAP; Louis Girling, Jr, MD, FAAP; Meredith Kieschnick, MD, FAAP; Peter Michael Miller, MD, MPH, FAAP; Paul A. Steinman, MD, FAAP ...
Topics: managed care programs , medicaid
Don’t Give Up on Erythropoietin as a Neuroprotective Agent
Probiotics, Prebiotics, or Both in a Very Low Birth Weight Infant
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