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Articles from Pediatric News (February 1, 2002)

1-66 out of 66 article(s)
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A bigger diaper may be all that's needed to resolve a rash. (Friction Compromises Skin Barrier). Kirn, Timothy F. 355
ADHD: More than meets the eye. (Behavioral Consult). Jellinek, Dr. Michael S. 777
All coins are equal. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 144
Alternative therapies can cause serious problems. (Cardiovascular Effects, Drug Interactions). McNamara, Damian 997
Antibiotic prescriptions dropped during 1990s. (Especially True in Office-based Practices). Zoler, Mitchel L. 412
Antibiotic-resistant Anthrax still susceptible to doxycycline. (In Vitro Study). Tucker, Miriam E. 253
Beware potentially fatal skin reactions to lamictal. (One in 100 Children React to Antiepileptic). Boschert, Sherry Brief Article 530
Bump up booster seat use for 4- to 8-year-olds. (Educate Parents About Proper Use). McNamara, Damian Brief Article 811
Burn depth assessment critical to management. (Rehab for Children Differs From Adults). McNamara, Damian 758
Car crashes among teens drop with graduated licensing program. (Data From Michigan and North Carolina). Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 667
CDC to draft new GBS screening recommendations: Data show greatest reduction in infant GBS risk with universal screening. (AAP Recommendation Finally Prevails). Tucker, Miriam E. 1266
Cetirizine delays asthma. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 191
Check for insulin resistance syndrome in obese. (African American Children). Tucker, Miriam E. 210
Consider public view when making vaccine policy. (Correcting Parental Misconceptions Key). Tucker, Miriam E. 495
Customize ADHD drugs to facets of the disorder. (Expert Advice on Dosing, Timing). Donohue, Maureen 514
Diagnostic dilemma. (News). Block, Dr. Stan L. 595
Drug combo shows promise for chronic HCV. (No Currently Approved Pediatric Therapy). Mechcatie, Elizabeth Product/Service Evaluation 550
Early drug failure flags refractory epilepsy. (Temporal Lobectomy then an Option). Zoler, Mitchel L. Brief Article 363
Enough urine tests? (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 183
Fatty liver disease is linked to obesity. (Vitamin E Promising in Pilot Study). Boschert, Sherry 543
Fetal alcohol exposure tied to behavior problems. (Even at Low Levels). Walsh, Nancy 308
Fewer doses of azithromycin approved for AOM. (Single Dose, 3-Day Course of Zithromax). Mechcatie, Elizabeth 304
Fifteen minutes isn't enough for ADHD Dx. (It Takes At Least Three Visits). Boschert, Sherry 525
Five factors predict bacterial meningitis sequelae. (Averting Learning, Behavior Problems). Tucker, Miriam E. 387
Funding pediatric programs. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. 141
Good prognosis seen in neonatal survivors of EHC. (Aggressive TX Warranted). Imperio, Winnie Anne 292
Group a strep pharyngitis highly resistant to macrolides. (One-Third of Cases Resistant in Pittsburgh). Tucker, Miriam E. 353
Growth delay seen with long-term Adderall use. (Monitor Height and Weight). Boschert, Sherry 370
History gets to the root of low back pain. (Not Analogous to Back Pain in Adults). Bates, Betsy 586
How to save a tooth, save a smile. (Expert Advice on Baby, Permanent Teeth). Franklin, Deeanna 1307
Inactivated hepatitis A vaccine recalled. (Antigen Content too Low). 133
Insurer's departure underscores malpractice market problems. (Points to Need for Federal Tort Reform). Peters, Sally 676
Kids dropping out of sports. (Guest Editorial). Goldberg, Dr. Michael J. 743
Letters. Letter to the Editor 730
Live virus in intranasal flu vaccine can be transmitted to unvaccinated kids. (No Evidence of Clinical Illness). Tucker, Miriam E. 436
Multiple vaccines not tied to immune dysfunction. (Biologically Plausible, But No Evidence). Tucker, Miriam E. 1238
Nationwide shortages of Varivax vaccine reported: Merck blames manufacturing modifications. (Transient Supply Shortfalls). Tucker, Miriam E. 187
Obstructive sleep apnea affects behavior, intellect. (Tonsillectomy, Adenoidectomy Helps 85%). McNamara, Damian 765
Once-daily Pulmicort Turbuhaler aids asthma. (Children Previously on Multidose Therapy). Imperio, Winnie Anne Brief Article 345
Orthopedic-psychiatric disorder sidelines athletes. (Pain Disproportionate to Injury). Finn, Robert 660
Outbreak spreads because pertussis isn't recognized. (At Iowa School). Evans, Jeff 312
Parents of high-risk children follow flu vaccination advice. (Immunization Rates Low). Kubetin, Sally Koch 269
Pediatric exclusivity law has a few new touches. (Retains Incentives for Pediatric RX Trials). Silverman, Jennifer 646
Poor access to care for mentally retarded patients. (Surgeon General Calls for Better Training). Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 540
Poor asthma control? Look to the face mask. (In Very Young Patients). Walsh, Nancy Brief Article 221
Premature infants may need earlier DTaP booster. (Immunity Lower by 5-6 Years of Age). Tucker, Miriam E. 261
Raccoon disease. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. 132
Rate of diabetes-related deaths unchanged. (In Children for 1984-1998). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 219
Raw alfalfa sprouts can cause Salmonellosis. (Avoid Giving to Children). Splete, Heidi 183
Recurrence of vulvar lichen sclerosus common. (Premenarchal Girls). Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 158
Reserve flu medications for compelling cases. (Immunocompromise or Pulmonary Disease). Johnson, Kate 516
Resistance risk. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. 116
Risk assessment comes first in compliance plan. (Don't Do an Audit First). Frieden, Joyce Brief Article 376
Risperidone cut Tourette's tic frequency by 25%. (Small Study). Boschert, Sherry Product/Service Evaluation 279
RSV is major cause of persistent cough at colleges. (Clinically Identical to Other Pathogens). Jancin, Bruce 247
Scrutiny soars for office-based infection control. (New Practice Policies Needed). Zoler, Mitchel L. Brief Article 514
States taking advantage of adoption bonuses. ($11 Million to be Split). Peters, Sally Brief Article 119
Stimulant drug abuse reported in high schools. (ADHD Drugs Sold). Imperio, Winnie Anne 116
Swallowing toothpaste poses greatest risk of fluorosis. (Limit Fluoride Supplements, Rinses). Franklin, Deeanna 595
Testing patience, not ability. (Letters From Maine). Wilkoff, Dr. William G. Letter to the Editor 675
There's a 100% guarantee that you will see influenza and RSV. (ID Consult). Jackson, Mary Anne 763
Three behaviors distinguish ADHD from epilepsy. (96% Accuracy). Zoler, Mitchel L. 345
Treatment for conduct disorder equally important for elementary school girls. (Subset of 820 Girls Highly Disruptive). Splete, Heidi 135
Two surfactants, both safe. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 103
Varicella outbreak among vaccinated at day care. (Might be an Anomaly). Tucker, Miriam E. 330
Violent videos and behavioral disorders. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. 166

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