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Four hundred thirty-one paired sets of readings of systolic and diastolic blood pressure and 438 paired sets of readings of mean arterial BP from 49 ill newborns, including 21 very low birth weight infants, were analyzed for the extent and pattern of agreement and the linear relationship between...
The availability of unlimited but costly supplies of biosynthetic growth hormone has led to pressure for pharmacologic use (as opposed to replacement therapy in proven deficiency states). Commercial and altruistic motives have converged to promote community height screening among individuals who...
Toilet training is becoming an increasingly important child care issue as child raising becomes an institutional enterprise. This paper reviews the literature of the last 40 years, focusing on the epidemiology of the development of day and night bladder control. The studies indicate that bladder...
The author reviewed the potential risks of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMX) treatment in children so that a more educated decision can be made in the choice of a prophylactic drug for recurrent acute otitis media, particularly in the penicillin (ampicillin, amoxicillin) allergic child.
A retrospective review of charts for 650 children who had lumbar puncture for suspected meningitis was undertaken to determine the characteristics of patients with and without meningitis, identify other conditions suggesting meningitis, and evaluate the predictive value of signs and symptoms of...
As part of a large collaborative study, the authors administered a pretested questionnaire to 62 childhood and adolescent cancer survivors and 62 same-sex sibling controls. The authors requested information regarding attained adult height on the questionnaire. Mean adult height of survivors...
Mammalian bites account for a large number of emergency department and doctor's visits. Children are the victims in more than half of reported cases. Dogs account for the majority of wounds, and almost all fatalities in these cases are due to dog bites. Human bites and cat bites account for the...
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