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Articles from Pediatric News (December 1, 2003)

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Adequate nutrition one of four key Tx tactics for CF infants: impact can be dramatic. Kirn, Timothy F. 478
Adolescent factors predict adult cardiovascular disease risk: Bogalusa, finnish studies. MacReady, Norra 721
Alcohol-based hand gels thwart disease at home: secondary respiratory illness. Brunk, Doug 392
Anatomy ups adrenal suppression risk: misuse is contributor. Brief Article 215
Athletes may be asymptomatic ringworm carriers: wrestling with infection. MacReady, Norra Brief Article 254
Atomoxetine doesn't appear to affect sleep onset: children and adolescents with ADHD. McNamara, Damian 436
Attempts to stop myopia progression: mixed bag: atropine works, exercises do not. Finn, Robert 669
Beware adrenal suppression when using topical steroids for eczema: asymptomatic side effect to treatment. Kubetin, Sally Koch 792
Birth control barriers. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 130
Black-white gap in pneumococcal disease closing: vaccine appears to be reaching both groups: prevnar led to a 92% drop in the disease in black children from 1998 to 2002. Brunk, Doug 699
Box warning needed to correct calcineurin inhibitors misuse: FDA panel advisory. 533
Brain studies spotlight origins of self-control: adolescents vs. adults. Evans, Jeff 777
Check infants who have neurofibromatosis for gliomas: chemotherapy under development. Kirn, Timothy F. 410
Childhood experiences influence recovery from later traumas: healthy or unhealthy stress responses. Bates, Betsy 501
Combined hexavalent vaccine good for preemies: DTaP-HBV-IPV/HiB vaccine. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 295
Cystic fibrosis research may change patient care: seminal articles of the year. Kirn, Timothy F. 1016
Data Bank tracks fraud, Medicare exclusions: up and running for 4 years. Frieden, Joyce 723
Diabetes risk and giving infants cereal early, late: autoantibodies to pancreatic islet cells. Mahoney, Diana 1001
Diagnosis lacking. Ramirez, Jaime E. Letter to the Editor 183
Diagnostic dilemma. Kent, Debra 456
Ecstasy a downer. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 103
Educate moms on breast-feeding preterm infants: promotional strategies. Boschert, Sherry 682
Elestat. McNamara, Damian 369
Endal HD. McNamara, Damian Brief Article 246
FDA issues advisory on suicide, antidepressants: expert panel meeting next year. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 579
FDA panel backs silicone breast implants: 9-6 vote for recommending approval. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 830
Feed necrotizing enterocolitis. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 143
Fess up: do some families make you mad? Howard, Barbara J. 978
HIPAA helping the HMOs. Sloan, Don Letter to the Editor 274
Hogwarts headaches. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 135
Infection strikes infants later. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 179
Insurance premiums likely to rise again in 2004: pediatricians fourth on most sued list. Splete, Heidi 536
Just the facts, doc. Wilkoff, William G. 582
Kids, TV, and computers. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 149
Local violence leads to aggressive behavior: years later. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 142
Malpractice reform. Hickson, Gerald B. Editorial 995
Many problems, one solution. Kirschner, Melvin H. Letter to the Editor 181
Measles outbreak in Italy. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 166
Meropenem combo better for CF exacerbations: but advantages are short term. Jancin, Bruce 555
Name that 'scopy'. Horan, J. Joseph Letter to the Editor 274
New hepatitis A vaccine efficacy may last 21 years: few local side effects. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 239
New warnings on nafcillin label due to adverse events: posted on medwatch site. Brief Article 147
Palivizumab, RSV, heart disease. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 133
Pediatric ERs are gaining popularity: referring physicians approve. Silverman, Jennifer 1153
Pediatric resident trends. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 145
Pneumococcal vaccine effective despite some missed doses: data from eight CDC sites. Perlstein, Steve 466
Poor coding practices cheat you out of money: crack the code: pediatricians routinely misuse two codes. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 217
Postop behavior issues reduced by midazolam: appears safe to give preoperatively. Splete, Heidi 684
Prevnar 'herd immunity' tied to drop in pneumococcal disease: results from large California study. Brunk, Doug 370
Rapid cycling common in pediatric bipolar cases: between depression and hypomania. Sullivan, Michele G. 796
Rare immunologic disease: gene therapy may help: four patients doing well. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 185
Residents at risk of too little vitamin D: long-term risk to bone. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 126
Retired physicians: it may be costly to volunteer: malpractice insurance is a barrier. Silverman, Jennifer 760
S. pneumoniae resistance is high, but not rising: analysis of 2002-2003 respiratory season. Jancin, Bruce 526
SARS appears to be less virulent in children: may be true of West Nile virus, too. Jancin, Bruce 758
Screening will ID much asymptomatic gonorrhea: urine test is best for boys. Sullivan, Michele G. 702
Small amounts of GHB can be fatal to users: Gaba agents useful in Tx. Jancin, Bruce 336
Some voiding cystourethrographies unnecessary: low-grade vesicoureteral reflux, no scars. Norton, Patrice G.W. 379
Steroid doesn't stop wheezing. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 103
Synercid may aid failing vancomycin therapy: pilot study on treating MRSA. Jancin, Bruce 491
Teen health, here and abroad. Perlstein, Steve Brief Article 112
Teens less likely to drink when parents monitor: long-term protective effect noted. Kubetin, Sally Koch 540
Two-dose hepatitis A, B vaccine combo appears effective: investigational drug. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 267
Underage alcohol use linked with violence, suicide: social cost of $53 billion. Frieden Joyce Brief Article 129
Use antibiotics selectively for sinusitis, bronchitis: reduces resistance risk. Van Houten, Ben Brief Article 230
Vaccine could restrain severe flu season: variant, virulent strain identified. Sullivan, Michele G. 575
Vesicoureteral reflux highly responsive to Deflux: 76% resolution with one injection. Norton, Patrice G.W. 581
Vision loss in a child with red eyes is always a danger sign: anterior uveitis, one type of glaucoma. Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 280
What about the pain of AOM? Harrison, Christopher J. 859

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