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Neonatal cephalohematomas are known complications of traumatic deliveries, and the majority of cases resolve without intervention. Scalp abscesses are rare and often described as benign complications of fetal scalp monitoring. Spontaneous drainage of a neonatal cephalohematoma, with or without...
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections have become more common over the last decade. Recently, severe MRSA infections including necrotizing pneumonia, purpura fulminans, and rapidly progressive skin abscesses have been reported. These severe infections frequently have been...
A patient recruiting process was developed for a youth weight-management program in a metropolitan area, and the clinical effects of the program on overweight and obese children aged 7 to 17 years old were assessed. During the 12-month effort, 68 overweight children were enrolled. The program...
Objective Increasingly, music therapy is being used, in combination with conventional treatment modalities, as part of the health care treatment plan. The objective of our study was to determine the awareness, knowledge and use of music therapy by members of the Michigan chapter of the American...
This study was conducted to determine if the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's newly established pediatric quality monitors, which measure potentially avoidable hospitalizations, are useful in detecting disparities in health care delivery. Data for all hospital discharges in Tennessee...
This case discussion is part of the Integrating Basic Science into Clinical Teaching Initiative. It is intended to examine wheezing as a symptom and to describe the underlying physiology that explains the physical findings and blood gas features in an attempt to localize the site of obstruction....
Palivizumab is an antirespiratory syncytial virus humanized murine monoclonal antibody that has been shown to reduce the frequency of hospitalization rates of preterm infants infected with respiratory syncytial virus. The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved palivizumab for...
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