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Prevalence of uncorrected refractive errors among school-age children in the School District of Philadelphia.

To determine the prevalence and severity of uncorrected refractive errors in school-age children attending Philadelphia public schools.


Itraconazole Dosing and Drug Monitoring at a Tertiary Children's Hospital.

Itraconazole is a broad-spectrum antifungal agent used for prophylaxis and treatment of fungal infections in immunocompromised children. Achieving the recommended target serum itraconazole trough concentration of ≥0.5 mg/L is challenging in children due to variation in itraconazole pharmacokinetics with age. We studied itraconazole use and treatment outcomes in a tertiary children's hospital.

Origins of institutional Pediatrics: Maternity and Childhood Hospital of Mexico City in the nineteenth century.

In June of 1866, the empress Carlota founded the Maternity House in the Department of Secret Births at the Hospice of the Poor. Upon the reinstatement of a republican government, Dr. Ramon Pacheco was appointed director of the Maternity House. Shortly after, in February of 1868, Dr. Luis Fernandez Gallardo established a pavilion for sick children in the Hospital of San Andres. After realizing this pavilion didn't have the adequate conditions to operate properly, and in the need of a children's hospital in M...


A case-series analysis of tuberculosis in pediatric patients treated in a tertiary level hospital.

Tuberculosis (TB) remains a challenge because severe forms occur most frequently in children under 5 years of age and the diagnosis is complex. The objective of this paper was to describe the clinical presentation, frequency, diagnostic methods used and response to treatment in children with TB treated at a tertiary level hospital.

Hospitalizations in Children with a Penicillin Allergy Label: An Assessment of Healthcare Impact.

Beta-lactam allergy is overdiagnosed. Diagnosis of penicillin allergy has been associated with a greater use of hospital resources and an increased risk of antibiotic-resistant infections, although this issue remains poorly studied in children. We aimed to compare patient characteristics and use of hospital resources in hospitalized children with and without a record of penicillin allergy.

Serum vitamin D levels among children aged 0-12 years in the First Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University, China.

Vitamin D deficiency (VDD) and vitamin D insufficiency (VDI) are highly prevalent in the world, but the vitamin D status of children in northeast China is seldom investigated. The aim of this study was to clarify the prevalence of VDD and VDI among children in the First Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University in Heilongjiang province in China.

Hospital cost analysis of children with preseptal cellulitis.

Hospitalization of the children with preseptal cellulitis creates a burden on healthcare costs. This study aimed to analyze the hospital costs for preseptal cellulitis and determine the factors contributing.

Children's Psychiatric Hospital Dr. Juan N. Navarro: 50 years of attention to the mental health of children and adolescents in Mexico.

The activities concerning mental health care of psychiatric disorders during more than 50 years of service (1966-2016) at the Children's Psychiatric Hospital "Dr. Juan N. Navarro" (HPI), as well as the progressive development of teaching and research, have contributed to its positioning as a leading institution in medical care of high specialization. This has been possible through the training of human resources that focus the quality of care to the children and their families. The hospital has progressed t...

Emergency department presentations of febrile children to an Australian public hospital.

We investigated the presentations of children with unspecified fever to an Australian emergency department (ED): (i) to determine the proportion of these presentations that could be classified as potentially avoidable and (ii) to identify factors associated with an increased risk of hospital admission.

Hospital Acquired Infections in Children: A Latin American Tertiary Teaching Hospital 5-Year Experience.

Hospital acquired infections account for high mortality rates and hospital costs. We analyzed pediatric data from a tertiary teaching hospital and found that most of cases occurred in the intensive care unit and had significant association with invasive devices. Bloodstream infections were the main site of infection and Gram-negative bacteria were the predominant etiology.

Cephalic region war injuries in children: Experience in French NATO hospital in Kabul Afghanistan.

The NATO KAIA Hospital (Kabul International Airport), under French command, provided medical support for NATO forces in the Kabul region from 2009 to 2014. Medical assistance to civilians was an additional mission which included support for children who were war injured. The objective of this study was to analyze characteristics of cephalic injuries in children victims of war trauma.

Effect of a children's at-home nursing team on reducing emergency admissions.

This article explores the effect of a children's at-home nursing team, Hospital at Home (H@H), which aimed to reduce demand on acute hospital beds, support families to improve patient experience, and empower parents to care safely for their unwell children and help prevent emergency department (ED) reattendance. Data on demographics and clinical presentation of H@H and ED attendances were collected and compared. A survey measuring parents' confidence in managing their unwell children was also conducted. Of ...

Transitioning from General Pediatric to Adult-Oriented Inpatient Care: National Survey of US Children's Hospitals.

Hospital charges and lengths of stay may be greater when adults with chronic conditions are admitted to children's hospitals. Despite multiple efforts to improve pediatric-adult healthcare transitions, little guidance exists for transitioning inpatient care.

Neurobehavioural Outcomes in Children after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.

Children who remain comatose after in-hospital cardiac arrest (IH-CA) resuscitation are at risk for poor neurological outcome. We report results of detailed neurobehavioural testing in paediatric IH-CA survivors, initially comatose after return of circulation, and enrolled in THAPCA-IH, a clinical trial that evaluated two targeted temperature management interventions (hypothermia, 33.0 °C or normothermia, 36.8 °C; NCT00880087).

Improving communication between staff and disabled children in hospital wards: testing the feasibility of a training intervention developed through intervention mapping.

To develop and test the feasibility of a novel parent-inspired training intervention for hospital ward staff to improve communication with disabled children when inpatients.

Priorities for Decreasing Morbidity and Mortality in Children With Advanced HIV Disease.

Early mortality and morbidity remain high in children initiating antiretroviral therapy (ART), especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Many children still present with advanced human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease. Tuberculosis, pneumonia, and severe bacterial infections are the main causes of hospital admission in HIV-infected children. In contrast to adults with advanced HIV disease, cryptococcal disease is not common in childhood, although there is a peak in infancy and adolescence. Interventions such as...

Are we missing respiratory viral infections in infants and children? Comparison of a hospital-based quality management system with standard of care.

Hospital-based surveillance of influenza and acute respiratory infections relies on ICD-codes and hospital laboratory reports (Standard-of-Care). It is unclear how many cases are missed with either method, i.e. remain undiagnosed/coded as influenza and other respiratory virus infections. Various influenza-like illness (ILI) definitions co-exist with little guidance on how to use them. We are comparing the diagnostic accuracy of standard surveillance methods with a prospective quality management (QM-Program)...

Assessing the Safety of Overlapping Surgery at a Children's Hospital.

Media reports have questioned the safety of overlapping surgical procedures, and national scrutiny has underscored the necessity of single-center evaluations of its safety; however, sample sizes are likely small. We compared the safety profiles of overlapping and nonoverlapping pediatric procedures at a single children's hospital and discussed methodological considerations of the evaluation.

Rehabilitation exercise increases physical activity levels in severely burned children while improving aerobic exercise capacity and strength.

This study tested the hypothesis that participation in a rehabilitation exercise program after hospital discharge would increase the level of physical activity in burned children to that seen in free-living non-burned children. Thirty-one severely burned children (12±3 y, 144±18 cm, 42±17 kg, 48 ±12% total body surface area burns) were matched to 31 non-burned children (12±3 y, 147±17 cm, 45±15 kg) based on age and sex. Pedometers were used to track minutes and steps in burned children during their e...

Mortality and other outcomes after paediatric hospital admission on the weekend compared to weekday.

Mortality is higher for adults admitted to hospital and for babies born on weekends compared to weekdays. This study compares in-hospital mortality and in children admitted to hospital on weekends and weekdays. Details for all acute medical admissions to hospitals in Scotland for children aged ≤16 years between 1st January 2000 and 31st December 2013 were obtained. Death was linked to day of admission. There were 570,403 acute medical admissions and 334 children died, including 83 who died after an admiss...

Characterizing Hospitalizations for Pediatric Concussion and Trends in Care.

Children hospitalized for concussion may be at a higher risk for persistent symptoms, but little is known about this subset of children.

Best Practices to Limit Contamination of Donor Milk in a Milk Bank.

Human milk donated to a milk bank can become contaminated in a number of ways, but processes exist to eradicate pathogenic bacterial growth. Donor human milk may be cultured before or after pasteurization or both. The purpose of this article is to describe standard operations of the Mothers' Milk Bank of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, best practices to limit the bacterial contamination of donor human milk, and implications for future research.

Patterns of burns and scalds in Mongolian children: a hospital-based prospective study.

To describe the circumstances of burn injury occurrence among Mongolian children and the products involved.

Catch and release: evaluating the safety of non-fatal heroin overdose management in the out-of-hospital environment.

The aim of this study was to investigate the safety of the management of non-fatal heroin overdose in the out-of-hospital environment; irrespective of whether or not naloxone had been administered. Heroin toxicity-related deaths as well as heroin intoxication-related traumatic deaths following patient-initiated refusal of transport were investigated.

Emergency Department Waiting Times in an Israeli Children's Hospital During Times of Military Conflict.

During military conflicts in southern Israel, many families moved north, and hospitals and primary care clinics under threat of missile attacks referred their patients to hospitals outside the combat zone, causing overcrowding of the emergency departments (ED). The study objective is to examine the effect of military conflicts on ED waiting time in a children's hospital outside the combat zone.


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