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Dentists' Awareness and Practice of Child Abuse Diagnosis and Reporting in Egypt: A Cross Sectional Study

Child abuse is defined as "Any act of commission or omission that endangers or impairs child's physical, sexual, or emotional health and development" (Costacurta et al., 2015). According to The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Child physical abuse CPA is defined as "The intentional use of physical force against a child that result in, or has the potential to result in, physical injury" (Mogaddam et al., 2016). Child abuse and neglect may occur in any family, a...


Collaborative Care for Infants at Risk

This study evaluates the feasibility, acceptability, and impact of a collaborative care practice for infants investigated by state Child Protective Services (CPS) for suspected maltreatment. Recognizing the vulnerability of infants referred into CPS in the first year of life, as well as the frequent contact of infants with health care providers in the first year of life, we will conduct a RCT to measure the impact of a collaborative practice model linking CPS caseworkers with p...

The Effect of a Brief Psychological Intervention on Reducing Self-harm Repetition: Feasibility Study

Recent research has focused on examining brief interventions for reducing self-harm, such as the volitional help sheet (VHS). The VHS is a theory-based psychological intervention. Two previous studies applying this tool for reducing self-harm repetition showed inconsistent results; one showed reduced subsequent self-reported suicidal ideation and behavior in patients presenting to hospital for self-harm, whilst the other showed no effect on the number of patients who re-present...


Knowledge,Attitudes and Eductional Experiences of a Group of Egyptian Dental Students Regarding Physical Chid Abuse

Scientific background ( Statement of the problem) : Child abuse continues to be a serious social problem amongst all cultural and socio-economic groups that causing physical and emotional trauma to children and can even lead to death. Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child, especially by a parent or caregiver. The term child abuse and child maltreatment are used interchangeably ( WHO,2002 ) . Although the Egypt...

Temocillin Pharmacokinetics in Paediatrics

Temocillin (6-methoxy-ticarcillin) is a beta-lactam antibiotic with exceptional resistance to most beta-lactamases. In this context, it is now increasingly used as carbapenem-sparing antibiotic in patients with suspected infection by Enterobactreriaceae suspected to produce extended-spectrum beta-lactamases. Little is known about dosing and elimination of temocillin in children. While available literature of temocillin use in paediatrics refers mainly to its clinical efficacy ...

Evaluation of the HARM for the Detection of a Cerebral Ischemia in TIA/TNA Patients

The research project investigates the incidence of the hyperintense acute reperfusion marker (HARM) in patients with transient ischemic attack (TIA) or transient neurological attack (TNA). Initially, HARM was described after acute ischemic stroke and is caused by a blood-brain barrier disorder after recanalization of an acute vessel occlusion and consecutive reperfusion. These result in a contrast agent extravasation into the subarachnoid space, which can be easily detected on ...

DBT-SS for Cognitively Challenged Individuals With Deliberate Self-harm

The study evaluates the effect of Dialectic Behavior Therapy Skills System (DBT-SS) in individuals with Intelligence Quotient 65-85 and recurrent self-harm. The study is primarily descriptive with 6 cases followed by repeated measurements (weekly; time series analysis). Primary outcome measure is frequency and severity of self-harming behavior, reported weekly 4 weeks before the start of the intervention, throughout the intervention and 12 weeks after the intervention has stopp...

Differences in Access to Emergency Paediatric Intensive Care and Care During Transport

There are fewer than 30 paediatric intensive care units (PICUs) in the United Kingdom (UK). This means that a critically ill child taken to their nearest hospital will need to be transferred to a PICU. Such transports are usually done by PICU retrieval teams (PICRTs), mobile teams who take specialist expertise to the child and safely transport them to a PICU. There are national variations in how PICRTs are organised and deliver clinical care. There has been little research int...

Effect of Longitudinal Sleep Monitoring on Diagnosis and Treatment Decision in Patients With Suspected Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a highly prevalent sleep-disordered breathing disease, caused by recurrent episodes of partial or complete collapse of the upper airway during sleep, resulting in intermittent hypoxia, fragmented sleep, fluctuations in blood pressure, and increased sympathetic nervous system activity. A single-night sleep study (i.e. respiratory polygraphy or polysomnography) is currently considered to be the gold standard for diagnosing OSA. However, recent stu...

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Child-oriented Goal-setting in Paediatric Rehabilitation (the ENGAGE Approach)

Children with disabilities often access rehabilitation services to improve their abilities to participate in everyday activities. Goal-directed therapy is considered an important therapeutic strategy to achieve outcomes that are meaningful to families. Not a lot is known about the effects of goal setting on rehabilitation outcomes. Strategies to help children participate in the goal-setting process are rarely used in clinical practice. The aim of this project is to test the eff...

Evaluation of the Prevalence of Anti-infective Drug Compliance in Pediatric Patients Hospitalized at Nimes University Hospital After Return Home

Nowadays, resistance to anti-infectives has become a global public health problem and its increased prevalence threatens human health. To date, few studies have focused on drug compliance in the paediatric population and it varies according to the pathology This drug adherence in the paediatric population is directly linked to outpatient care by the parents or the child's immediate family. In addition, there are no studies on adherence to antibiotics prescribed at the end of ...

Long Term Efficacy of DBT-A in Adolescents With Repetitive Self-harming and Suicidal Behaviours

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the long-term efficacy of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) in treatment of adolescents with deliberate self harm compared to enhanced usual care (EUC). This study follows-up 80 patients in the ages of 12-18 yrs who have been included in an RCT of DBT-A vs EUC. The main inclusion criterion for this study was repetitive self-harm behaviour. The patients were randomly allocated to receive 16 weeks of outpatient DBT or EUC in child and adol...

Medication Compliance in the Paediatric Uveitis Population Reported by the Patients and Parents

Little is known about eye drop regime adherence in the paediatric population. In particular, no previous research has investigated this in the paediatric uveitis population, a group who can require doses up to six times daily, and at frequencies that change month to month. The aim of the study is to quantify the range of adherence to eye drop medication, and to investigate some of the reasons for non-compliance in a child specific study. By learning more about compliance, this ...

One Drop Experts Program for Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management: Impact on A1c

The One Drop Experts Program for Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management Impact on A1c trial is a 12-week long, prospective, intent-to-treat study that aims to evaluate the impact of the One Drop app and Experts program on HbA1c levels for individuals with uncontrolled Type 2 diabetes. A secondary objective will be to evaluate participants who utilize an Apple Watch in combination with the One Drop app and Experts program, and assess whether this group is more engaged or experiences a ...

Treatment for Adolescents With Deliberate Self Harm

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficiency of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) in treatment of adolescents with deliberate self harm compared to treatment-as-usual (TAU). 150 patients in the age of 12-18 yrs old will be included in the study. The main inclusion criterion is repetitive deliberate self-harm. The patients will receive 16 weeks treatment in outpatient clinics in Oslo, after having been randomized to DBT or TAU. They will be assessed on five different ...

Development of an HIV Self-testing Intervention

This randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluates whether HIV self-testing (HIVST) facilitates sexual harm reduction and reduces HIV transmission among HIV-negative MSM in China.The intervention group will be offered HIVST kits plus harm reduction education, and followed 9 month, while the control group will receive harm reduction educational material only.

Mortality in Paediatric Intensive Care

Mortality of paediatric patients in intensive care can be considered as on of the parameters of quality of care. Together with the advance in research and medicine there should be a trend towards mortality reduction, however actual data in Czech Republic are not well documented. The aim of this retrospective cohort trial was to evaluate the mortality of paediatric intensive care patients admitted to Department of paediatric anaesthesiology and intensive care between two periods...

Mother-Infant Psychoanalysis Project of Stockholm (MIPPS)- Follow-up at 4½ Years

An RCT comparing mother-infant psychoanalytic treatment (MIP) with Child Health Centre care in cases of mother-infant relationship disturbances was performed on 80 cases in Stockholm 2005-2008. The infants were < 18 months at interview #1. At 6 months follow-ups, significant effects were shown in favour of MIP on maternal sensitivity (EAS), depression (EPDS), and relationship qualities PIR-GAS). This study will evaluate effects at a child age of 4½ years; to evaluate the longt...

Early Study of N-Acetylcysteine to Treat Deliberate Self-Harm in Adolescents

Deliberate Self-Harm (DSH) among adolescents is a serious behavioral problem associated with significant injury, impaired functioning, reduced quality of life, and high rates of psychiatric hospitalizations. While DSH has not been shown to have a direct link to suicide attempts themselves, there is a clear link between individuals who engage in DSH and overall rates of suicide. There is currently no medication treatment approved by the FDA for the treatment of DSH. The...

Physical Activity Tracking in Paediatric Elective Tonsillectomy

This pilot study will investigate the feasibility of physical activity tracking in patients aged 4-16 years before and after elective tonsillectomy as an innovative tool in paediatric research. The participating patients will receive a wearable physical activity tracker (CE-certified) that will continuously measure the patients' physical activity before and after an elective tonsillectomy, in addition to their parents' documentation of their child's activity in a conventional d...

HLA-B*5701 And Hypersensitivity To Abacavir

This retrospective case-control study is being conducted to estimate the sensitivity of the pharmacogenetic marker, HLA-B*5701 for hypersensitivity to abacavir (ABC HSR). The specificity of the marker, and its association with ABC HSR, as measured by odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals, will be evaluated as secondary endpoints. Cases will be defined in two ways - subjects who have clinically-suspected ABC HSR and a positive abacavir skin patch test reaction (CS-SPTPos) and...

Toxicological Screening by GC-MS Among Children Admitted for a First Afebrile Seizure

Before the age of 14 years, 1% of the paediatric population will develop a seizure. The only systematically required complementary examination is an electroencephalogram (EEG). Additional biological or radiological examinations depend on the circumstances, the past medical history of the patient and other associated symptoms or clinical signs. A seizure can be the first sign of acute intoxication and represents a severity criterion. Failure to detect the toxic cause of a seizur...

Liver MRI With Primovist/Eovist in Pediatric Subjects Who Are Suspected or Have Focal Liver Lesions.

Medical records are reviewed to obtain information about the use of a MRI diagnostic imaging agent (contrast agent) called Primovist/Eovist in children older than 2 months and less than 18 years. Data that has been recorded in the child's medical records relating to the injection of Primovist/Eovist will be collected. Information will be collected from up to 2 weeks before the child received Primovist/Eovist until 12 months after the child received Primovist/Eovist. Copy of th...

South African Paediatric Surgical Outcomes Study (SAPSOS)

There are few data of paediatric peri-operative morbidity and mortality in South Africa. There is little information on the burden or profile of surgical disease in the paediatric population, the level of anaesthesia or surgical care (specialist versus non-specialist) for paediatric patients, the quality of peri-operative care or contributing factors to poor outcomes. In order to understand current paediatric peri-operative morbidity and mortality in South Africa, it is importa...

To Evaluate the Paediatric Analgesia Slide

The Paediatric Analgesia Slide is a device developed for parents. Its development follows research into the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel, a device intended for use by hospital doctors. Previous research has shown the benefit of using aids such as the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel when simulating prescribing to children in hospital. At present, it is unknown whether this concept can be extended to use by parents when administering paracetamol to their children at home.


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