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Decreased Respiratory Compliance in Infants Less Than or Equal to 32 Weeks' Gestation, Delivered More Than 7 Days After Antenatal Steroid Therapy
Cindy McEvoy, MD; Diane Schilling, RRT; Patricia Spitale, MD; Dawn Peters, PhD; Jean O'Malley, MPH ...
Nurse Opinions and Pulse Oximeter Saturation Target Limits for Preterm Infants
Tuyet-Hang Nghiem, MD; James I. Hagadorn, MD, MS; Norma Terrin, PhD; Sally Syke, RN, BSN; Brenda MacKinnon, RNC ...
Community-Based Kangaroo Mother Care to Prevent Neonatal and Infant Mortality: A Randomized, Controlled Cluster Trial
Nancy L. Sloan, DrPH; Salahuddin Ahmed, MBBS; Satindra N. Mitra, MA; Nuzhat Choudhury, MA; Mushtaque Chowdhury, PhD ...
Topics: birth weight , kangaroo care , newborn , community , infant mortality
Quality of Life in Children With Heart Disease as Perceived by Children and Parents
Karen Uzark, PhD, CPNP; Karen Jones, MSN, CPNP; Joyce Slusher, MSN, CPNP; Christine A. Limbers, MS; Tasha M. Burwinkle, PhD ...
Reducing Inappropriate Hospital Use on a General Pediatric Inpatient Unit
Sanjay Mahant, MD; Rishita Peterson, MN; Maggie Campbell, BScN; Daune L. MacGregor, MD; Jeremy N. Friedman, MB, ChB
Economic Evaluation of the US Environmental Protection Agency's SunWise Program: Sun Protection Education for Young Children
Jessica W. Kyle, BA; James K. Hammitt, PhD; Henry W. Lim, MD; Alan C. Geller, RN, MPH; Luke H. Hall-Jordan, BA ...
Absence of an Increase in Cardiorespiratory Events After Diphtheria-Tetanus-Acellular Pertussis Immunization in Preterm Infants: A Randomized, Multicenter Study
Tracy Carbone, MD; Betty McEntire, PhD; Dmitry Kissin, MD, MPH; Dorothy Kelly, MD; Alfred Steinschneider, MD, PhD ...
Human Leukocyte Antigen and Cytokine Receptor Gene Polymorphisms Associated With Heterogeneous Immune Responses to Mumps Viral Vaccine
Inna G. Ovsyannikova, PhD; Robert M. Jacobson, MD; Neelam Dhiman, PhD; Robert A. Vierkant, MS; V. Shane Pankratz, PhD ...
Topics: antibodies , genes , human leukocyte antigens , mumps , mumps vaccine
Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Infections and Epilepsy in Childhood: A Population-Based Cohort Study
Yuelian Sun, MD; Mogens Vestergaard, MD, PhD; Jakob Christensen, MD, PhD; André J. Nahmias, MPH; Jørn Olsen, MD, PhD
Topics: epilepsy , cystitis , diarrhea , pyelonephritis , cough
Spectrum of Medium-Chain Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency Detected by Newborn Screening
Ho-Wen Hsu, MD; Thomas H. Zytkovicz, PhD; Anne Marie Comeau, PhD; Arnold W. Strauss, MD; Deborah Marsden, MD ...
Neonatal Respiratory Failure: A 12-Month Clinical Epidemiologic Study From 2004 to 2005 in China
Trends in Intussusception Hospitalizations Among US Infants, 1993–2004: Implications for Monitoring the Safety of the New Rotavirus Vaccination Program
Jacqueline E. Tate, PhD; Lone Simonsen, PhD; Cecile Viboud, PhD; Claudia Steiner, MD, MPH; Manish M. Patel, MD, MSc ...
Topics: intussusception , rotavirus vaccines , trend
Adolescent Use of Insulin and Patient-Controlled Analgesia Pump Technology: A 10-Year Food and Drug Administration Retrospective Study of Adverse Events
Accelerated Tooth Eruption in Children With Diabetes Mellitus
Shantanu Lal, DDS; Bin Cheng, PhD; Selma Kaplan, DMD, MS; Barney Softness, MD; Ellen Greenberg, MS ...
Topics: diabetes mellitus , diabetes mellitus, type 2 , exanthema , tooth eruption
Calcium Use During In-hospital Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: A Report From the National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Vijay Srinivasan, MD; Marilyn C. Morris, MD, MPH; Mark A. Helfaer, MD; Robert A. Berg, MD; Vinay M. Nadkarni, MD ...
Topics: calcium , cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Percutaneously Inserted Central Catheter for Total Parenteral Nutrition in Neonates: Complications Rates Related to Upper Versus Lower Extremity Insertion
Viet Hoang, MD, PharmD; Jack Sills, MD; Michelle Chandler, MD; Erin Busalani, BS; Robin Clifton-Koeppel, MS, RNC, CPNP ...
Topics: arm , catheter-related blood stream infection , catheters , cholestasis , leg
Improving Transition From Pediatric to Adult Cystic Fibrosis Care: Lessons From a National Survey of Current Practices
Suzanne Elizabeth McLaughlin, MD, MS; Marie Diener-West, PhD; Alka Indurkhya, PhD; Haya Rubin, MD, PhD; Rebekah Heckmann, BA ...
Topics: cystic fibrosis
Neurodevelopmental Outcome of Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants With Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus Requiring Shunt Insertion
Ira Adams-Chapman, MD; Nellie I. Hansen, MPH; Barbara J. Stoll, MD; Rose Higgins, MD; for the NICHD Research Network
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges of Childhood Brucellosis in a Nonendemic Country
Topics: brucellosis , mexico , arthritis
Quality of General Movements Is Related to White Matter Pathology in Very Preterm Infants
Alicia J. Spittle, MSc, BPhysio; Nisha C. Brown, PhD; Lex W. Doyle, MD, FRACP; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD, MSc, Physio; Rod W. Hunt, MMed, FRACP ...
Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure With Heliox Versus Air Oxygen in Infants With Acute Bronchiolitis: A Crossover Study
Federico Martinón-Torres, MD, PhD; Antonio Rodríguez-Núñez, MD, PhD; Jose María Martinón-Sánchez, MD, PhD
Topics: bronchiolitis , carbon dioxide , heliox , nasal continuous positive airway pressure , oxygen
Behavior Profiles in Children With Functional Urinary Incontinence Before and After Incontinence Treatment
Reevaluating the Safety Profile of Pediatrics: A Comparison of Computerized Adverse Drug Event Surveillance and Voluntary Reporting in the Pediatric Environment
Jeffrey Ferranti, MD, MS; Monica M. Horvath, PhD; Heidi Cozart, RPh; Julie Whitehurst, PharmD, MPH; Julie Eckstrand, RPh
Increased Morning Brain Natriuretic Peptide Levels in Children With Nocturnal Enuresis and Sleep- Disordered Breathing: A Community-Based Study
Oscar Sans Capdevila, MD; Valerie McLaughlin Crabtree, PhD; Leila Kheirandish-Gozal, MD; David Gozal, MD
Predictors of Retinochoroiditis in Children With Congenital Toxoplasmosis: European, Prospective Cohort Study
Katherine Freeman, DrPH; Hooi Kuan Tan, MSc; Andrea Prusa, MD; Eskild Petersen, DSc; Wilma Buffolano, MD ...
Topics: chorioretinitis , congenital toxoplasmosis , prenatal care , seroconversion
Evaluation of Long-term Treatment of Children With Congenital Lactic Acidosis With Dichloroacetate
Peter W. Stacpoole, PhD, MD; Lesa R. Gilbert, RN; Richard E. Neiberger, MD, PhD; Paul R. Carney, MD; Edward Valenstein, MD ...
Topics: dichloroacetate , lactic acidosis, congenital
Trends in Bacteremia in the Pre- and Post-Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Era Among HIV-Infected Children in the US Perinatal AIDS Collaborative Transmission Study (1986–2004)
Bill G. Kapogiannis, MD; Minn M. Soe, MD, MPH; Steven R. Nesheim, MD; Kevin M. Sullivan, PhD, MPH; Elaine Abrams, MD ...
Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Midadult Life: The Role of Childhood Adversity
Cost-effectiveness of Competing Strategies for the Treatment of Pediatric Empyema
Topics: cost effectiveness , empyema , fibrinolytic agents , length of stay , sensitivity analysis
Presence of Diabetic Ketoacidosis at Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus in Youth: The Search for Diabetes in Youth Study
Arleta Rewers, MD, PhD; Georgeanna Klingensmith, MD; Cralen Davis, PhD; Diana B. Petitti, MD; Catherine Pihoker, MD ...
Lower Stress Responses After Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program Care During Eye Screening Examinations for Retinopathy of Prematurity: A Randomized Study
Agneta Kleberg, RN, PhD; Inga Warren, OT, MSc; Elisabeth Norman, MD; Evalotte Mörelius, RN, PhD; Ann-Cathrine Berg, RN, BSN ...
Effectiveness of Zinc Supplementation Plus Oral Rehydration Salts Compared With Oral Rehydration Salts Alone as a Treatment for Acute Diarrhea in a Primary Care Setting: A Cluster Randomized Trial
Topics: diarrhea , diarrhea, acute , oral rehydration solution , salts , zinc
Pediatric Invasive Aspergillosis: A Multicenter Retrospective Analysis of 139 Contemporary Cases
Ana Burgos, MD; Theoklis E. Zaoutis, MD, MSCE; Christopher C. Dvorak, MD; Jill A. Hoffman, MD; Katherine M. Knapp, MD ...
Early Diagnosis of Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva
Frederick S. Kaplan, MD; Meiqi Xu, BS; David L. Glaser, MD; Felicity Collins, MB, BS; Michael Connor, MD ...
Cancer-Related Symptoms Most Concerning to Parents During the Last Week and Last Day of Their Child's Life
Michele Pritchard, PhD, RN, CPNP; Elizabeth Burghen, MSN, MBA; Deo Kumar Srivastava, PhD; James Okuma, MS; Lisa Anderson, MDiv ...
Topics: asthenia , behavioral change , cancer , fatigue , inspiration
Early Intratracheal Instillation of Budesonide Using Surfactant as a Vehicle to Prevent Chronic Lung Disease in Preterm Infants: A Pilot Study
Decreased Full Breastfeeding, Altered Practices, Perceptions, and Infant Weight Change of Prepregnant Obese Women: A Need for Extra Support
Elise Mok, PDt, MSc; Clarisse Multon, BSc; Lorraine Piguel, MD; Emmanuelle Barroso, MD; Valérie Goua, MD ...
Topics: body weight changes , breast feeding , obesity , weight gain , perception
Prenatal and Postnatal Growth and Cognitive Abilities at 56 Months of Age: A Longitudinal Study of Infants Born at Term
Kati Heinonen, PhD; Katri Räikkönen, PhD; Anu-Katriina Pesonen, PhD; Eero Kajantie, MD, PhD; Sture Andersson, MD, PhD ...
Topics: cognitive ability
Behavioral Therapy for Childhood Constipation: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
Marieke van Dijk, MSc; Marloes E. J. Bongers, MD; Giel-Jan de Vries, MSc; Martha A. Grootenhuis, PhD; Bob F. Last, PhD ...
Topics: behavior therapy , chronic constipation , constipation , defecation , fecal incontinence
Seating Patterns and Corresponding Risk of Injury Among 0- to 3-Year-Old Children in Child Safety Seats
Topics: car seats , seating , sitting position
Erythroid Apoptosis in Idiopathic Neonatal Jaundice
Topics: apoptosis , bilirubin , hyperbilirubinemia , jaundice , neonatal jaundice
Comparison of Two Approaches to Observation Therapy for Acute Otitis Media in the Emergency Department
Jennifer H. Chao, MD; Sergey Kunkov, MD, MS; Lilia B. Reyes, MD; Stephanie Lichten, MD; Ellen F. Crain, MD, PhD
Parental Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Offspring
Julie L. Daniels, MPH, PhD; Ulla Forssen, PhD; Christina M. Hultman, PhD; Sven Cnattingius, MD, PhD; David A. Savitz, MPH, PhD ...
Topics: autistic disorder , mental disorders , schizophrenia , depressive disorders
Effect of Low-Dose Naloxone Infusion on Fentanyl Requirements in Critically Ill Children
Cindy Maria Darnell, MD; Jennifer Thompson, MD, LCDR; Daniel Stromberg, MD; Lonnie Roy, PhD; Paul Sheeran, MD
Topics: critically ill children , fentanyl , infusion procedures , naloxone , opioids
Verbal Autopsy Methods to Ascertain Birth Asphyxia Deaths in a Community-based Setting in Southern Nepal
Anne CC. Lee, MD, MPH; Luke C. Mullany, PhD; James M. Tielsch, PhD; Joanne Katz, ScD; Subarna K. Khatry, MBBS ...
Topics: asphyxia neonatorum , cause of death , autopsy , premature birth , computers
Risk Factors for Neonatal Mortality Due to Birth Asphyxia in Southern Nepal: A Prospective, Community-Based Cohort Study
Anne CC. Lee, MD, MPH; Luke C. Mullany, PhD; James M. Tielsch, PhD; Joanne Katz, ScD; Subarna K. Khatry, MBBS ...
Topics: asphyxia neonatorum , nepal
National Young-Driver Survey: Teen Perspective and Experience With Factors That Affect Driving Safety
Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MSEd; Flaura K. Winston, MD, PhD; Teresa M. Senserrick, PhD; Felipe García-España, PhD; Sara Kinsman, MD, PhD ...
Topics: automobiles , driving safety , ethanol , exposure , perception
Achievement of Targeted Saturation Values in Extremely Low Gestational Age Neonates Resuscitated With Low or High Oxygen Concentrations: A Prospective, Randomized Trial
Topics: gestational age , oxygen , oxygen saturation measurement , resuscitation
Pulse Oxygen Saturation Levels and Arterial Oxygen Tension Values in Newborns Receiving Oxygen Therapy in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Is 85% to 93% an Acceptable Range?
Armando Castillo, MD; Augusto Sola, MD; Hernando Baquero, MD; Freddy Neira, MD; Ramiro Alvis, MD ...
Healthy Children With Frequent Fractures: How Much Evaluation Is Needed?
Robert C. Olney, MD; John M. Mazur, MD; Leah M. Pike, MD; Melanie K. Froyen, RN; Gabriela Ramirez-Garnica, PhD, MPH ...
Topics: calcium , fractures , hypercalciuria , diet , well child
Impact of Immunization at Sick Visits on Well-Child Care
Alexander G. Fiks, MD, MSCE; Kenya F. Hunter, MPH; A. Russell Localio, PhD; Robert W. Grundmeier, MD; Evaline A. Alessandrini, MD, MSCE
Topics: immunization , vaccines , well child visit
Patterns of Brain Injury in Neonates Exposed to Perinatal Sentinel Events
Akudo Okereafor, MBBS, BSc; Joanna Allsop, DCR; Serena J. Counsell, PhD; Julie Fitzpatrick, DCR; Denis Azzopardi, FCRPCH ...
Topics: brain injuries , encephalopathy , hypoxia , ischemia , magnetic resonance imaging
Systematic Intervention to Reduce Central Line–Associated Bloodstream Infection Rates in a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
John M. Costello, MD; Debra Forbes Morrow, RN; Dionne A. Graham, PhD; Gail Potter-Bynoe, BS; Thomas J. Sandora, MD, MPH ...
Usefulness of Childhood Non–High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Levels Versus Other Lipoprotein Measures in Predicting Adult Subclinical Atherosclerosis: The Bogalusa Heart Study
Maria G. Frontini, PhD; Sathanur R. Srinivasan, PhD; Jihua Xu, MD; Rong Tang, MD, MSc; M. Gene Bond, PhD ...
Injuries Among Infants Treated in Emergency Departments in the United States, 2001–2004
Underimmunization of American Indian and Alaska Native Children
Topics: health disparity , immunization , vaccines , alaska natives , native americans
Ibuprofen-Induced Patent Ductus Arteriosus Closure: Physiologic, Histologic, and Biochemical Effects on the Premature Lung
Donald McCurnin, MD; Steven Seidner, MD; Ling-Yi Chang, PhD; Nahid Waleh, PhD; Machiko Ikegami, MD, PhD ...
Topics: chemical surfactants , ibuprofen , lung , pulmonary surfactants , epithelial sodium channel
Social-Emotional Screening Status in Early Childhood Predicts Elementary School Outcomes
The Best-Interest Standard Is Not Applied for Neonatal Resuscitation Decisions
Newborn Hearing Screening and Detection of Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection
Elizabeth K. Stehel, MD; Angela G. Shoup, PhD; Kristine E. Owen, AuD; Gregory L. Jackson, MD, MBA; Dorothy M. Sendelbach, MD ...
Unbound Bilirubin Concentration is Associated With Abnormal Automated Auditory Brainstem Response for Jaundiced Newborns
Topics: auditory brainstem responses , bilirubin , jaundice
Needle-Free Powder Lidocaine Delivery System Provides Rapid Effective Analgesia for Venipuncture or Cannulation Pain in Children: Randomized, Double-Blind Comparison of Venipuncture and Venous Cannulation Pain After Fast-Onset Needle-Free Powder Lidocaine or Placebo Treatment Trial
William T. Zempsky, MD; Jolene Bean-Lijewski, MD, PhD; Ralph E. Kauffman, MD; Jeffrey L. Koh, MD, MBA; Shobha V. Malviya, MD ...
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Topics: catheterization , intravenous access , lidocaine , needles , pain
Variability in Pediatric Brain Death Determination and Documentation in Southern California
Mudit Mathur, MD; LuCyndi Petersen, RN, CPTC; Maria Stadtler, RN, CPTC; Colleen Rose, RN, CPTC; J. Chiaka Ejike, MD ...
Topics: brain death , apnea test , electroencephalography
Association of Functional Limitation With Health Care Needs and Experiences of Children With Special Health Care Needs
Epidemiologic Features of Antipsychotic Prescribing to Children and Adolescents in Primary Care in the United Kingdom
Topics: antipsychotic agents , prescribing behavior
Advancing Medical Education Training in Adolescent Health
Harriette B. Fox, MSS; Margaret A. McManus, MHS; Angela Diaz, MD, MPH; Arthur B. Elster, MD; Marianne E. Felice, MD ...
Patriots' Day Fire on April 19, 1950 at Children's Hospital Boston
From the American Academy of Pediatrics
Communicating With Children and Families: From Everyday Interactions to Skill in Conveying Distressing Information
Topics: autopsy , care plan , chronic disease , communication skills , decision making
Preservation of Fertility in Pediatric and Adolescent Patients With Cancer
Mary E. Fallat, MD; John Hutter, MD; the Committee on Bioethics, Section on Hematology/Oncology, and Section on Surgery
Topics: cancer , fertility , fertility care , infertility , chemotherapy regimen
Promoting the Participation of Children With Disabilities in Sports, Recreation, and Physical Activities
Topics: disability , disabled children , physical activity , recreation , sports
Use of Soy Protein-Based Formulas in Infant Feeding
Topics: atopy , cow's milk , diet , hypersensitivity , infant feeding methods
Letters to the Editor
Overprescription of Antireflux Medications for Infants With Regurgitation: In Reply
Topics: conservative treatment , vomiting , advertising
Withdrawing Support for Withdrawing Support From Premature Infants With Severe Intracranial Hemorrhage
Topics: infant, premature , intracranial hemorrhages
Withdrawing Support for Withdrawing Support From Premature Infants With Severe Intracranial Hemorrhage: In Reply
Topics: infant, premature , intracranial hemorrhages
A Coalition of the Film Industry and Public Health Leaders: In Reply
Linda Titus-Ernstoff, PhD; Madeline A. Dalton, PhD; Anna M. Adachi-Mejia, PhD; Meghan R. Longacre, PhD; Michael L. Beach, MD, PhD
Topics: public health medicine , smoking
Safe Swaddling and Healthy Hips: Don't Toss the Baby out With the Bathwater: In Reply
Topics: hip region , swaddling
Insufficient Evidence for Committee Recommendations on Obesity: In Reply
Influenza Virus and Acute Asthma in Children: In Reply
Katherine A. Poehling, MD, MPH; E. Kathryn Miller, MD, MPH; Geoffrey A. Weinberg, MD; Caroline B. Hall, MD; Gerry Fairbrother, PhD
Topics: asthma, acute , orthomyxoviridae
State-of-the-Art Review Articles
Bedside Ultrasound in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Beyond Cat Scratch Disease: Widening Spectrum of Bartonella henselae Infection
Topics: bartonella , bartonella henselae , bartonellosis , cat-scratch disease , lymphadenopathy
Challenges Associated With Prolonged Survival of Patients With Thalassemia: Transitioning From Childhood to Adulthood
Experience & Reason
Tuberculosis Mimicking Ileocecal Intussusception in a 5-Month-Old Girl
Jurriaan E. M. de Steenwinkel, MD, MSc; Gert-Jan A. Driessen, MD; Margreet H. Kamphorst-Roemer, MD, MPH; Antoine G. M. Zeegers, MD; Alewijn Ott, MD, PhD ...
Prolonged Neonatal Jaundice and the Diagnosis of Biliary Atresia: A Single-Center Analysis of Trends in Age at Diagnosis and Outcomes
Sharad I. Wadhwani, BA; Yumirle P. Turmelle, MD; Rosemary Nagy, MBA, RD; Jeffrey Lowell, MD; Patrick Dillon, MD ...
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