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View LargeDownload eFigure. Details of the questionnaire. Certain definitions were agreed on a priori for 2 of the survey questions. The first question asked to choose “stand-alone” reason(s) that “is/are an acceptable conceptual reason to explain why ‘brain death’ is equivalent to ‘death.’” For...
Use of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Postexposure Prophylaxis in Adolescent Sexual Assault Victims Postexposure prophylaxis appears to be able to reduce the risk of human immunodeficiency virus transmission after sexual assault and national guidelines for its use have been published. Olshen and...
ObjectivesTo describe the use of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) in adolescent survivors of sexual assault and to explore barriers to PEP completion in this population.DesignChart review.SettingTwo academic medical centers in Boston, Mass, between July 1, 2001,...
ObjectiveTo determine whether peer counselors impacted breastfeeding duration among premature infants in an urban population.DesignThis was a randomized controlled clinical trial.SettingThe trial was conducted in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Boston Medical Center, an inner-city teaching...
Error in Byline. In the letter “Dismissing Families: A Slippery Slope” published in the April issue of the ARCHIVES (2006;160:452), a coauthor was mistakenly listed in the byline. The sole author of the letter was Kathi J. Kemper, MD, MPH.
ObjectivesTo determine whether coronary artery lesions (ectasia and aneurysm) are commonly observed on the initial echocardiogram of patients with acute Kawasaki syndrome, whether coronary artery ectasia and/or aneurysms occur more frequently in patients with incomplete Kawasaki syndrome than in...
ObjectiveTo address the following questions: (1) What evidence (ie, psychometric data collected in pediatric primary care, patient outcome data) exists for the various methods used to identify adolescent depression in primary care? and (2) What identification practices are currently in use?Data...
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ObjectiveTo determine if infants aged 6 to 15 months with frequent parent-reported nighttime awakenings require reduced parental aid during a week of diphenhydramine hydrochloride treatment and 2 and 4 weeks after its discontinuation.DesignDouble-blind, randomized, controlled clinical...
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