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al. Venous thrombosis and stenosis after peripherally inserted central catheter placement in children. Pediatr Radiol 2017;47:1670–5. 10. Allen AW, Megargell JL, Brown DB, et al. Venous thrombosis associated with the placement of peripherally inserted central cathe- ters. J Vasc Interv Radiol 2000;11:1309–14. 11. Piper HG, de Silva NT, Amaral JG, et al. Peripherally inserted central catheters for long-term parenteral nutrition in infants with intestinal failure. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr (...) . Improving disaster prepared- ness of families with a parenteral nutrition-dependent child. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2018;67:237–41. 45. Coleman N, Nemeth BA, LeBlanc CMA. Increasing wellness through physical activity in children with chronic disease and disability. Curr Sports Med Rep 2018;17:425–32. 46. Miller J, Dalton MK, Duggan C, et al. Going with the ?ow or swimming against the tide: should children with central venous catheters swim? Nutr Clin Pract 2014;29:97–109. 47. Friedmann E, Son H
, University College London, London, UK 4 Primary Care and Population Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK 5 Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK 6 Southampton Health Technology Assessment Centre, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK 7 Centre for Academic Child Health, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK 8 National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Research Design Service South (...) Central, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK 9 Department of Paediatric Surgery and Urology, Southampton Children’s Hospital, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Southampton, UK 10 Department of Paediatric Surgery, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK 11 Department of Paediatric Surgery, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK 12 Southampton Clinical Trials Unit, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK 13 Patient and public
of Alkindi if appropriate if a child requires additional doses during the first week after switching to Alkindi, a long-term increase in the daily dose of Alkindi should be considered report suspected adverse drug reactions associated with hydrocortisone medicines on a Case of severe adrenal insufficiency are indicated for replacement therapy of adrenal insufficiency in infants, children and adolescents (from birth to age 18 years). A single case has been reported of an infant developing severe adrenal (...) , parents or carers should be advised to observe the child carefully in the first week after the switch. This is especially important in younger children less able to communicate symptoms of adrenal insufficiency. The prescriber should instruct parents and carers what to do if the child develops any symptoms of adrenal insufficiency such as tiredness, floppiness, temperature instability, headache, or vomiting. This could include giving the child extra doses of Alkindi, in accordance
in Australia and New Zealand. The guidelines are informed by international standards with consideration of local geographical, resource and clinical factors. They apply to infants and children under the age of 16 years and may also be useful when undertaking cardiac catheterisation in older teenagers with congenital heart disease. Types of Procedures: Paediatric cardiac catheterisation is classified predominantly in to diagnostic and interventional procedures, both of which carry a procedural risk. Systems (...) . The exception for this is balloon atrial septostomy which can be undertaken in neonatal intensive care units with echocardiographic guidance. Whilst on-site paediatric cardiac surgical and perfusion services are not essential for Category 1 and 2 complexity cases, they ideally should be available for Category 3 interventional cases and are essential for Category 4 cases. For Category 3 noninterventional cases (i.e. diagnostic catheterisation in infants 8 atm or CB Systemic artery (not aorta) Systemic
of a research agenda associated with the Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access, and Research (STAR) Act. This Technical Brief provides an overview of the existing evidence and forthcoming research relevant to disparities and barriers for pediatric cancer survivorship care, outlines open questions, and offers concrete guidance for future research in a user-friendly format. Key Messages • In total, 110 studies were identified that addressed disparities, barriers to survivorship care, proposed (...) ., MS.c., FRCPC Director, Aftercare Program and Staff Oncologist The Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada Karim Thomas Sadak, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.E. Assistant Professor University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN Brad Zebrack, Ph.D., M.S.W., M.P.H. Professor University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI vii Disparities and Barriers to Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Care Structured Abstract Objectives. Survival rates for pediatric cancer have dramatically
Wright, F Regan ssociation of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians Appendix B: Search strategies Self-Administration Medline, Pubmed search terms “self-administration” OR “self-care” OR “self-management” AND “insulin”, “self” AND “diabetes” AND “Self-care” Search Terms Results 1 Exp Self Administration/ 10906 2 Child*.mp or Child Health/ or Child, Institutionalized/ or Child/ or Child Health Service/ or Child, Hospitalized 2318693 3 Child/or Pediatrics/ or paediatric.mp or Adolescent/ 2722195 4 Adults.mp (...) on and administering an insulin dose in response to self measured glucose values. Self-administation is the taking of medication (injected or oral) as prescribed by a doctor. Child: A person until their 18 th birthday. 3 Version 1 September 2020 Review 2023 Authors: ACDC Guideline Development Group A Timmis, SM Ng, A Soni, E Williams, JC Agwu, J Drew, C Moudiotis, N Wright, F Regan ssociation of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians Introduction This guideline aims to improve the safety of children and young people (CYP
March 2021, 147 (3) e2020049776; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2020-049776 Abbreviations: AAP — American Academy of Pediatrics CDC — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention HCV — hepatitis C virus USPSTF — US Preventive Services Task Force The 2021 Recommendations for Preventive Pediatric Health Care (Periodicity Schedule) has been approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and represents a consensus of the AAP and the Bright Futures Periodicity Schedule Workgroup. Each child (...) and revised annually to reflect current recommendations. Following are the changes made to the Periodicity Schedule since it was last published in March 2020. Developmental • Footnote 11 has been updated to read, “Screening should occur per ‘Promoting Optimal Development: Identifying Infants and Young Children with Developmental Disorders Through Developmental Surveillance and Screening’ ( ).” Autism Spectrum Disorder • Footnote 12 has been updated to read, “Screening should occur per ‘Identification
cookies You can at any time. Hide this message Show or hide search Search on GOV.UK Search Menu National lockdown: stay at home Check what you need to do Guidance Healthy child programme 0 to 19: health visitor and school nurse commissioning This service specification is for local authorities commissioning health visitors and school nurses, for public health services for children aged 0 to 19. From: Published: 20 January 2016 Last updated: 17 March 2021, Documents Ref: PHE publications gateway number (...) authorities commissioning ‘public health services for children and young people’ and in particular delivering the healthy child programme 0 to 5 and 5 to 19. It focuses on the contribution of health visiting and school nursing services leading and co-ordinating the delivery of public health for children aged 0 to 19. The healthy child programme aims to bring together health, education and other main partners to deliver an effective programme for prevention and support. Published 20 January 2016 Last
Recommendations for procedural sedation in infants, children, and adolescents Many paediatric patients require sedation and analgesia for diagnostic testing and therapeutic procedures outside the operating room. This statement reviews the literature on procedural sedation, focusing on the prevention of adverse events through the selection of appropriate patients, advance preparation for emergency situations, and adequate monitoring during and after the administration of pharmacologic agents (...) . Procedural sedation should only be performed by clinicians who are competent in airway management and resuscitation, as part of a hospital program with active and engaged quality assurance and safety initiatives. Recommendations include the development of institutional policies and procedures for the safe delivery of procedural sedation in infants, children and adolescents. Keywords: Adverse event; Analgesia; Procedural sedation
The use of oral opioids to control children’s pain in the post-codeine era Pain is a common problem for children, and pain management comprises both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic measures. For moderate to severe pain, oral opioids have been a popular choice for the last few decades. Codeine has historically been the best-known oral opioid for use in children. However, availability and use of codeine have sharply declined due to safety concerns. A variety of other opioids have been used (...) in place of codeine, but data are limited regarding their efficacy and safety in children. While the same pathways metabolize oral oxycodone as codeine, oxycodone’s pharmacokinetics vary widely. There are also limited data on the safety and efficacy of oral hydromorphone and tramadol use for children. Oral morphine is the opiate alternative to codeine for which there is the most evidence of safety and efficacy in children. Research is needed to investigate both other opioids and non-opioid
language summary Title: Effects of neonatal nutrition interventions on neonatal mortality and child health and development outcomes Library Image: See the full review: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/cl2.1141 English: PLAIN LANGUAGE SUMMARY Neonatal probiotic supplementation can improve infant illness and reduce death, but vitamin A does not, and may have adverse effects Nutritional support during the first month of life is vital for the short- and long-term survival of the newborn (...) Effects of neonatal nutrition interventions on neonatal mortality and child health and development outcomes Effects of neonatal nutrition interventions on neonatal mortality and child health and development outcomes - The Campbell Collaboration Newsletter Sign Up ARCHIE login Journal Blog Menu --> Keyword [?] Authors Published date From To Coordinating group(s) Business and Management Crime and Justice (54) Disability (4) Education (43) International Development (42) Knowledge Translation
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