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Articles from Pediatric News (May 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
AIDS by the numbers. (Data Watch). Brief Article 238
Allergen sensitivity high even in asthma's absence. (Wheezing Linked to Cockroach Allergen). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 294
Allergy shots may reduce risk for developing asthma. (Rhinoconjuctivitis caused by Pollen). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 140
Atropine drops, patch both benefit amblyopia. (Blurring Vision in the Good Eye). Frieden, Joyce 627
Beware bouncy chairs. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 177
Beware varicella complications; vaccine use is not comprehensive. (Group a Strep is a Particular Concern). Worcester, Sharon 536
Breast-feeding ups infant IQ. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 147
Cash-Paying patients are negotiating fees. (Rising Out-of-Pocket Costs Fuel Changes). Silverman, Jennifer 832
Cause of mysterious school rashes eludes health department officials. (14 States Affected). Imperio, Winnie Anne 374
Challenge posed by foreign adoptees. (Rise of International Adoption Specialists). Boschert, Sherry 732
Challenges faced with substance-abusing teens. (Expert Advice on Building Rapport, Trust). Nugent, Tom 632
Changing sun-exposure behaviors still a challenge. (Try a more Subtle Approach). Worcester, Sharon 1010
Check foreign adoptees for behavioral delays, medical ills. (Prepare Parents for Behavior Problems). Worcester, Sharon 677
Clinical judgment is key to 'prediabetes' tests. (Test At-Risk Children Every 1-2 Years). Splete, Heidi 570
Cochlear implant is the first step in long journey. (Language Development will take Years). Moon, Mary Ann 924
Consider more than just the number of ear infections. (When to Suspect Immune Deficiency). Boschert, Sherry 340
Consider side effects when picking antiepileptic. (Irritation, Aggreesion, Weight Gain). Bates, Betsy 631
Despite Hib vaccine, preventable cases persist. (Alaskans, Native Americans at Highest Risk). Tucker, Miriam E. 385
Diagnostic dilemma. Block, Dr. Stan 430
Don't rush to JRA diagnosis. (Look for Extraarticular Manifestations). Brunk, Doug 470
Drug abuse: to test or not. (Guest Editorial). Levy, Sharon J. 608
Drug-resistant pneumococcal otitis media rate skyrockets. (Amoxicillin, Augmentin Combo Recommended). Jancin, Bruce 465
Elidel for atopic dermatitis works quickly. (Improvements Seen within 8 Days). Kirn, Timothy F. Product/Service Evaluation 485
Epilepsy, brain lesions call for surgical referral. (Do Within the First-Year). Bates, Betsy 304
Extension offered on HIPAA electronic claims. (Practice Trends). Peters, Sally 437
Eyeing children's teeth. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 143
FDA decides to retain, update pediatric drug rule. (HHS Launches Initiative). Silverman, Jennifer 579
Flu under 2 years may portent more AOM. (Family Immunization Encouraged). Evans, Jeff Brief Article 336
Gay, lesbian youth come out younger, sexually active sooner. (Raises the Risk for Victimization). Boschert, Sherry 484
Health care: it's on the bag. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 133
Hone interviewing skills to screen for drug, alcohol abuse. (Identify Problem, Make Referrals). Nugent, Tom 810
How siblings deal with the new baby. (Behavioral Consult). Howard, Barbara J. 852
How to move a patient to adult care. (Children with Special Needs). MacReady, Norra 1352
Inattentive type, no treatment more common in ADHD girls. (Fewer Disruptive Disorders). Boschert, Sherry 421
Inhalants still 'drug of choice' for ages 8-12, despite decline in use. (More Abused than Ecstasy or Oxycontin). Sullivan, Michele G. 863
Initial Tx is key with lateral ankle sprains. (Compression, Early Rehab Important). Boughton, Barbara 559
Injectable drug use, anal sex pose HCV threat. (Screening Strongly Recommended). Nugent, Tom Brief Article 233
IV pamidronate benefits Osteogenesis impertecta. ('Dramatic' Improvement in Bone Pain). Walsh, Nancy 496
Jaundice in Asian newborns. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 147
Letters. Letter to the Editor 1575
Levalbuterol cuts acute asthma hospitalizations: admissions dropped by 11 %, compared with the racemic formulation of albuterol. (Active Isomer Delivers Greater Control). Zoler, Mitchel L. 399
Long-Term budesonide use by asthmatic children does not suppress HPA axis function. (Children Treated for 3 Years). Zoler, Mitchel L. 404
Managing urinary tract infections. (ID Consult). Harrison, Christopher J. 789
Maternal smoking raises offspring's diabetes risk. (Obesity Risk also Increased). Evans, Jeff Brief Article 200
Medicaid patients don't hurt practice. (No Significant Effect On Finances). Evans, Jeff Brief Article 162
Mild undertreated asthma can kill athletes, so maintain close follow-up. (Pediatricians Need to Contact Coaches). Tucker, Miriam E. 647
Minor birth anomalies may signal serious underlying illness. (Mental Retardation, Hearing Deficits). Bates, Betsy 568
More to chew on. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 123
New ATM-Like machine dispenses drugs and draws fire. (Safety, Accuracy, Questioned). Silverman, Jennifer 845
Overdiagnosis and overtreatment of Lyme disease a problem on Long Island. (Only 32% Correctly Diagnosed). Evans, Jeff Brief Article 186
Pap smear follow-up is rare, despite teen's intent. (Honesty, Education Raise Odds for Return). Nugent, Tom Brief Article 250
Parasites in pet feces cause puzzling infections. (Toxocariasis, Hookworm Common). Johnson, Kate 509
Pediatric residency fill rate lowest in 5 years: primary care pediatrics fill rate held steady. (Match Day). Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 226
Pediatric residents head off to suburban practices. (Rural, Inner-City Areas Still Underserved). Sullivan, Michele G. 550
Pediatric studies of common cold drug continue. (Expert Panel Rejected Approval for Adults). Mechcatie, Elizabeth 574
Persistent fevers may not signal serious illness. (Consider Child's Appearance). Worcester, Sharon 609
Pneumococcal resistance to antibiotics rises. (Invasive Infections). Kubetin, Sally Koch 244
Predict type 1 diabetes. (Journal Scan). Splete, Heidi Brief Article 175
Rheumatologists relied on to manage juvenile RA. (Survey of Pediatricians, Family Physicians). Boschert, Sherry 519
Risk of HIV transmission very low in needle stick injuries. (Consider Short Course of Antiretrovirals). Brunk, Doug 490
Save rabies vaccination for wild animal bites. (Bats, Raccoons are High-Risk Carriers). Brunk, Doug Brief Article 254
Simple strategies go a long way in soothing severe pediatric eczema. (Try 1- to 2-Day Hospitalization). Boschert, Sherry 598
Single course of accutane doesn't damage bones in teens. (Use 16- to 20-Week Course for Acne). Demott, Kathryn 354
Steep drop in varicella cases in active surveillance areas. (Corresponding Rise in Vaccine Use). Kubetin, Sally Koch 374
Sweat, skin-to-skin contact sports can cause dermatoses. (Viral, Bacterial Infections). Worcester, Sharon 570
Teach parents how to decipher food label. (Many Miss Milk Product). Tucker, Miriam E. 271
Teens think gunshots kill you or you walk away. (Unaware of Long-Term Disability Potential). Nugent, Tom Brief Article 302
The crisis in pediatric psychiatry. (Guest Editorial). Boulter, Suzanne C. 577
The HBV vaccination policy process in action. (Survey of 207 Hospital Nurseries). Evans, Jeff 400
The PDA-free life. (Letters from Maine). Wilkoff, William G. 701
The puzzle of the bat and the pasta sauce. (Other Curiosities, more Mundane Questions). Babinski, Bob 663
The teen years can resemble 'terrible twos'. (Both have Sleep Issue, Skin Problems). Bates, Betsy 617
Tympanocentesis underutilized for severe otalgia. (Offers Fast Pain Relief for Resistant AOM). Johnson, Kate 799
Use spinal tap for febrile seizures selectively. (Under 1 Year, After Antibiotic TX). Worcester, Sharon 662
Weekly liver function checks can sidestep prednisolone side effects. (Autoimmune Hepatitis). Kubetin, Sally Koch 398
Welfare and well-being. (Pediatric Briefs). Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 137
West Nile virus least likely in children, adolescents. (Based on 1999 Outbreak in New York). Babinski, Bob 377
Youth gun deaths declined during 1990-1998. (Fewer Carrying Guns). Nugent, Tom Brief Article 266

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