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Respiratory Complications After Posterior Spinal Fusion for Neuromuscular Scoliosis: Children With Rett Syndrome at Greater Risk Than Those With Cerebral Palsy.

MINI: We investigated immediate postoperative outcomes of children with Rett syndrome versus cerebral palsy after undergoing posterior spinal fusion. Children with Rett syndrome had more respiratory failure, more need for positive pressure ventilation, and longer intensive care unit stays, despite better preoperative motor function and shorter surgeries.

Developing an individualized risk calculator for psychopathology among young people victimized during childhood: A population-representative cohort study.

Victimized children are at greater risk for psychopathology than non-victimized peers. However, not all victimized children develop psychiatric disorders, and accurately identifying which victimized children are at greatest risk for psychopathology is important to provide targeted interventions. This study sought to develop and internally validate individualized risk prediction models for psychopathology among victimized children.

Difficulties with Invasive Risk Stratification Performed Under Anesthesia in Pediatric Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome.

Children with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome (WPW) are at risk for sudden death. The gold standard for risk stratification in this population is the shortest pre-excited RR interval during atrial fibrillation (SPERRI).

Family Factors and Communicative Skills in Children with Autism Without Intellectual Disability.

The primary objective of this study was to identify the profiles of families of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) without intellectual disability (ID) based on several risk indicators: sociodemographic and emotional indicators, parental stress, confidant social support, and coping strategies. A second aim was to determine the differences in communicative skills between children of family subtypes empirically established according to the aforementioned risk factors. Participants were 52 Spanish mo...

Reliability of Informant-Report Measures of Executive Functioning in Children With Down Syndrome.

The current study evaluates the psychometric properties of the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) with children with Down syndrome. Caregivers of 84 children with Down syndrome rated their child's behavior with the BRIEF. Teacher ratings were obtained for 57 children. About 40% of children with Down syndrome were reported by parents, and 70% by teachers, to exhibit clinically significant challenges with executive functioning. Distribution of scores was normal, internal consistency for s...

Increased Obesity Awareness and Adherence to Healthy Lifestyle-Diet Reduce Metabolic Syndrome Risk in Overweight Children.

Obesity is a common epidemic issue in all over the world. In order to prevent obesity it is essential to know about obesity and its detrimental consequences. This study aimed to evaluate children's awareness about obesity and to determine the associations between level of awareness, healthy lifestyle, dietary habits and risk factors for metabolic syndrome. Two hundred and thirty-six overweight children (119 boys and 117 girls) aged 10-14 years were enrolled to the study. Anthropometric and biochemical mea...

Children Have an Increased Risk of Periorbital Dog Bite Injuries.

Dog bites to the head, neck, and face (HNF) disproportionately affect children. It is unclear if specific facial regions are uniquely at risk in this population. Both the periorbital region and the central target area (CTA; nose, lips, and cheeks) have been proposed as being at increased risk. This study addressed the following question: Among individuals sustaining a dog bite injury to the HNF, are children, when compared with adults, at greater risk of injury to the periorbital region or CTA?

Rituximab Use in the Management of Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome.

Childhood nephrotic syndrome is a challenging and often persistent renal disorder, and its incidence varies between different ethnicities and regions. Corticosteroids have been the main treatment for decades and are effective in most children with idiopathic NS, although 10-15% of these children become steroid resistant. Furthermore, some initially steroid sensitive children follow a steroid dependent or frequently relapsing course and are therefore at increased risk for developing steroid toxicity. In such...

Could greater physical activity reduce population prevalence and socio-economic inequalities in children's mental health problems? A policy simulation.

One in four children aged 5-16 years (y) shows signs of mental health problems in the UK; risk is higher in economically disadvantaged groups. Greater physical activity is associated with lower risk of internalizing problems such as depression and anxiety. We simulated the potential impact of population-wide physical activity interventions on overall prevalence of internalizing problems, and by family income. Interventions were based on the World Health Organization (WHO) children's target of 60 minutes (mi...

Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in adults with Down syndrome: causes and consequences. Is it a "chicken and egg" question?

Individuals with Down syndrome present many clinical characteristics, such as metabolic, endocrine, anatomic and neurologic dysfunctions, that contribute to the physiopathology of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). As a result, sleep apnea prevalence is significantly greater in population with Down syndrome, and may have critical consequences on health and quality of life, such as cardiovascular risks and obesity. This paper compiles a list of specific risk factors of OSAS present in Down syndrome to ...

Invasive Pneumococcal Infections in Children with Nephrotic Syndrome in Bangladesh.

Children with nephrotic syndrome are susceptible to invasive bacterial infections. In this study, we aimed to: (1) determine the pathogens associated with infections in children with nephrotic syndrome and (2) describe antimicrobial susceptibility and serotype distribution of Streptococcus pneumoniae to guide evidence-based treatment and prevention policies.

Risk factors of clinical dysimmune manifestations in a cohort of 86 children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: A retrospective study in France.

In this study, we describe the biological immune profiles and clinical dysimmune manifestations (infections, autoimmune diseases, and allergies) of patients with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome with the aim of determining risk factors for clinical events. This retrospective study concerned all the patients with 22q11 deletion syndrome attending the Montpellier University Hospital from January 1, 1992, to December 31, 2014 who had at least one immune investigation before the age of 18. We analyzed the clinical fea...

Treatment and persistence/recurrence of sleep-disordered breathing in children with Down syndrome.

Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is common in children with Down syndrome, but the trajectory and long-term outcomes are not well-described. In a retrospective longitudinal cohort of children with Down syndrome, study objectives were to (1) characterize polysomnography (PSG), treatments received, and persistence/recurrence of SDB and (2) explore predictors of SDB persistence/recurrence.

Racial differences in bone histomorphometry in children and young adults treated with dialysis.

Healthy African-Americans are known to have greater bone mineral density and decreased risk of fracture when compared to Caucasians. In fact, comparisons of bone histomorphometry in healthy South African children and adults reveal greater cortical thickness in Black subjects as compared to White. How these differences are reflected in the bone of American children and young adults on dialysis is unknown.

Prognostic markers of lymphoma development in primary Sjögren syndrome.

Sjögren syndrome is a systemic autoimmune disease that principally affects women between the fourth and sixth decades of life who present with sicca symptomatology caused by dryness of the main mucosal surfaces. The clinical spectrum of Sjögren syndrome extends from dryness to systemic involvement. Since 1978, Sjögren syndrome has been closely associated with an enhanced risk of lymphoma, one of the most severe complications a patient may develop. Primary Sjögren syndrome patients have a 10-44-fold grea...

Shared and unique individual risk factors and clinical biomarkers in children with allergic rhinitis and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.

Rhinitis and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) are different diseases, but have some similar risk factors.

Bone mineral density and its influencing factors in children with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome: a prospective observational study.

Glucocorticoids are first-line therapy for children with idiopathic nephrotic syndrome (INS). These children are at risk of deranged bone metabolism and low bone mineral density (BMD). We studied 60 children with INS and divided them into two groups. Group 1 included 21 children (initial and infrequent relapsing) and group 2 included 39 children (frequent relapsing, steroid dependent and steroid resistant). Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry of the lumbar spine was performed to assess BMD. Mean BMD Z-score wa...

Atopic dermatitis in adolescents with skin of color.

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a common chronic inflammatory dermatosis of childhood that typically improves during adolescence but can be lifelong. Black children are at 6-times greater risk for severe AD than white children, and AD may lead to a greater negative impact on quality of life (QOL) in patients with skin of color. For these reasons, it is important for dermatologists to consider the various issues associated with AD that adolescents with skin of color may face. We present management strategies for A...

Identification of a novel compound heterozygous IDUA mutation underlies Mucopolysaccharidoses type I in a Chinese pedigree.

Mucopolysaccharidosis type I (MPS I) is a rare autosomal storage disorder resulting from the defective alpha-L-iduronidase (encoded by IDUA) enzyme activity and accumulation of glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) in lysosomes. So far, more than 100 IDUA causative mutations have been identified leading to three MPS I phenotypic subtypes: Hurler syndrome (severe form), Hurler/Scheie syndrome (intermediate form), and Scheie syndrome (mild form).

Cross-sectional changes in weight status and weight related behaviors among Australian children and Australian Indigenous children between 2010 and 2015.

Since 2006 there has been substantial long-term investment in school-based child obesity prevention programs in New South Wales (Australia). Whether these programs have led to population level improvements in children's weight status and weight-related behaviors are yet to be determined. The purpose of this study was to describe changes in children's weight status and weight-related behaviors, including Indigenous children, who are at greater risk of poorer health outcomes than non-Indigenous children.

Treating Myomatous Erythrocytosis Syndrome With Uterine Artery Embolization.

Myomatous erythrocytosis syndrome, a form of secondary polycythemia associated with uterine leiomyomas, increases the risk of thrombosis and traditionally has been treated with hysterectomy.

The risk of overweight and obesity in children with autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Multiple studies have suggested that autism spectrum disorders seem to increase the risk of overweight and obesity. We examined the pooled prevalence and relative risk of developing overweight or obesity among children with autism spectrum disorders in a systematic review and meta-analysis. We searched PubMed, Scopus, ProQuest, and Web of Science databases and subsequently screened the records to identify studies that reported prevalence of overweight and/or obesity in children with ASD and matched groups o...

Remembering the pain of surgery 1 year later: a longitudinal examination of anxiety in children's pain memory development.

Children who develop greater negatively-biased recall of pain (ie, recalled pain is higher than the initial pain report) following surgery are at risk for developing chronic pain; therefore, identifying risk factors for the development of biased pain memories is important. Higher anxiety has been implicated in the development of greater negatively-biased recall of pain; however, studies have not examined anxiety at multiple time points before and after a surgery and its relationship to children's postsurgic...

Dynamic sustained attention markers differentiate atypical development: The case of Williams syndrome and Down's syndrome.

Impaired sustained attention is considered an important factor in determining poor functional outcomes across multiple cognitive and behavioural disorders. Sustained attention is compromised for both children with Williams syndrome (WS) and Down's syndrome (DS), but specific difficulties remain poorly understood because of limitations in how sustained attention has been assessed thus far. In the current study, we compared the performance of typically developing children (N = 99), children with WS (N =...

Cochlear implants in eight children with Down Syndrome - Auditory performance and challenges in assessment.

A small proportion of children with Down Syndrome (DS) have severe to profound hearing loss and may potentially benefit from a cochlear implant (CI). Evidence on outcomes in DS is very limited, and there is a need for further investigation to provide a basis for clinical evaluation of candidates and outcomes. This study aims to explore outcomes of CI in children with DS in Norway.

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