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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (6): e2021051339.
Published: December 2021
... as the probable cause of death. e Three without severe other morbidity: 2 infants with GBS sepsis (one started antibiotics on day 10 and died on day 14. The other started antibiotics on day 12 and died on day 34). One infant with E coli sepsis (started antibiotics on day 1 and died on day 4...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (4): e2021051261.
Published: October 2021
... was pretty much sure this is what was happening with him, because he would just be all over the place unable to focus on anything, touching everything. To me, it was him being a child. I don’t know. So things started getting a little bit out of hand at home with him.” 36 y-old mother of an 8 y-old boy...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (3): e2021051438.
Published: September 2021
... Policies in Hubs (From Surveys of Hub Leaders) Intended Mitigation Policy Total (N = 57 Sites) Intended policies for arrival and symptom screening, n (%)  COVID-19 testing required for children before starting hub attendance 4 (7.0)  COVID-19 testing required for staff...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (5): e2021051696.
Published: November 2021
... In March 2020, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic was starting to take hold across the United States, turning routine patient care into potentially life-threatening encounters between patients and health care providers. Hospitals quickly enacted policies limiting visitors and requiring social...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (4): e20201767.
Published: April 2021
.... In the evening, it started crying nonstop and it cried all night. In the morning today, the mother decided to take the baby to the clinic, but she passed through her mother’s place who first decided to start with going for prayers then proceeded to the clinic. a At the clinic while the baby was being...
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Series: Clinical Report
Pediatrics (2021) 148 (6): e2021054664.
Published: December 2021
... activity and the importance the family and child place on being physically active. Families of CWD may experience high levels of day-to-day stress and may consider time for physical activity a lower priority. Using behavioral techniques, such as motivational interviewing, providers can explore the family’s...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (4): e2021051379.
Published: October 2021
... care curricula and trainings to focus on symptom management, communication, and compassion. 12 – 14 Although partnership with parents is a tenet of pediatric palliative medicine, 15 initiatives to include the parental perspective in education 16 – 18...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (5): e2020041350.
Published: November 2021
... health outcomes. Many AI/AN individuals view health as the intersection of mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical domains. The natural environment and notions of place are strong determinants of health in Indigenous communities because they serve as protective factors and sources of healing. 14...
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Series: Clinical Report
Pediatrics (2021) 147 (6): e2021051486.
Published: June 2021
... be defined retrospectively after a psychotic disorder has developed. Studies indicate that the prodromal period may be an important time for early intervention. 14 The duration of untreated psychosis (DUP) is defined as the period between first presentation of psychotic symptoms and treatment...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (1): e2021049999.
Published: July 2021
... depressive disorder (MDD) with “adequate systems in place to ensure accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and appropriate follow-up.” 1 Although the USPSTF focused on MDD in its recommendation, many adolescents have clinically meaningful depressive symptoms and might benefit from low-intensity...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (5): e2021051828.
Published: November 2021
... Such innovation has coincided with increasing e-cigarette use and nicotine dependence among young people. 3 – 6 Indeed, 1 in every 5 adolescents currently uses e-cigarettes. 3 , 7 , 8 Elevating concern further are data showing that e-cigarettes place adolescents at risk for combustible...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (5): e2020017624.
Published: May 2021
... and ventricular escape rhythm. A complete workup for sepsis and acute myocarditis were performed to find the etiologic agent. Intravenous immunoglobulins were started to treat myocarditis, with eventual clinical improvement. He was eventually diagnosed with an unusual etiology for his illness. He was noted...
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Series: Technical Report
Pediatrics (2021) 148 (4): e2021053745.
Published: October 2021
... identified as having higher rates of hospitalization from influenza and being more vulnerable to COVID-19. 12 Although universal influenza vaccination is recommended for everyone starting at 6 months of age, emphasis should be placed on ensuring that people in high-risk groups and their household...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (3): e20201323.
Published: March 2021
.... In both strategies, pediatricians recommended that parents consider returning to the doctor if (1) the child did not start to feel better after 4, 7, 15, or 20 days from symptom onset for acute otitis media, pharyngitis, rhinosinusitis, or acute bronchitis, respectively; (2) the child had a temperature...
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Series: Clinical Practice Guideline
Pediatrics (2021) 148 (2): e2021052228.
Published: August 2021
.... 10 , 14 A pattern emerged in which it was recommended that all infants in the youngest group (<29 days of age) should receive extensive evaluations, hospitalization, and empirical antimicrobial treatment, and infants 29 to 90 days of age could be managed with presumptive intramuscular...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (4): e20200031.
Published: April 2021
... discharged within the last 4 days. Caregivers of eligible patients discharged within the last 4 days were called in sequential order until a predetermined number of participants were consented (see Statistical Analysis section below), starting at a random patient determined by using a Web-based number...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (3): e2020011601.
Published: March 2021
... was started on total parenteral nutrition (TPN) on day 1 of life. Hemodynamic concerns of low blood pressures in the first week of life required inotropic support and albumin infusions for serum hypoalbuminemia. The chest tube maintained an output >1 L per day during the first week of life. By the second...
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Pediatrics (2021) 148 (4): e2020049155.
Published: October 2021
... Current literature supports a positive relationship between nature contact and children’s health, especially for physical activity and mental health, both public health priorities. The evidence supports pediatricians in advocating for equitable nature contact for children in places where they live, play...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (3): e2020040717.
Published: March 2021
... of efficacy that justifies the risks. More than 180 vaccine candidates are currently in development, 14 with at least 12 in phase 3 trials. 15 Early testing of all these vaccine candidates in children could expose large numbers of minors to risks. Careful planning, coordination...
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Pediatrics (2021) 147 (4): e2020046524.
Published: April 2021
... arrival at camp were community associated, and those with symptom onset or a first positive specimen test result 3 days after arrival to 14 days after leaving camp were camp associated. For attendees who were Georgia residents, one commercial laboratory provided available residual specimens...
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