Pediatrics

Reports of high-impact pediatrics studies by medical professionals

Electronic Cigarette and JUUL Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults

1. The use of electronic cigarettes is highly prevalent among adolescents and young adults through the advent of JUUL, which has unique implications for...

Transgender adults who received puberty suppression report lower suicidal ideation

1. In multivariable analysis based on survey data, transgender adults who wanted and received pubertal suppression therapy had lower odds of lifetime suicidal ideation,...

Pediatric discharge transition survey demonstrates congruence with other validated tools

1. In this study, the Pediatric Transition Experience Measure (P-TEM) – an 8-item, parental response survey assessing the quality of hospital-to-home transitions for pediatric...

High dose erythropoietin may not be efficacious for neuroprotection in extremely preterm infants

1. In this randomized controlled trial involving extremely preterm infants, high dose erythropoietin did not reduce the risk of death or severe neurodevelopmental impairment...

Family resilience and neighborhood cohesion associated with improved health care use

1. Families including children with special health care needs (CSHCN) reported significantly lower odds of unmet health needs when they also reported high family...

Shorter time to clinic assessment linked to improved recovery time following concussion

1. In this single-center, cross-sectional study, longer time from injury to sports medicine clinic assessment was linked with an increased time to recovery.2. Visual...

Adenotonsillectomy for obstructive sleep apnea in young children has no effect on cognition

1. Adenotonsillectomy done for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children ages 3-5 years had no effect on cognition over time when compared to controls.2....

Typhoid vaccine Phase 3 trial in Nepal

1. In Nepal, the typhoid conjugate vaccine has proven to be very effective in protecting against typhoid fever.2. The typhoid antibody titers more than...

Association between use of multiple classes of antibiotic in infancy an allergic disease in...

1. Commonly prescribed antibiotics in infancy are associated with later diagnosis of allergic disease in childhoodEvidence Rating Level: 2 (Good)The use of antibiotics negatively...

Texting intervention reduces ER visits and improves vaccination rates among Latino families

1. In this randomized controlled trial, a Spanish-language texting application significantly decreased the rate of emergency room (ER) visits among the intervention population.2. A...
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