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Neonatal Cholestasis: A Primer of Selected Etiologies
This article serves as a practical primer for pediatric and neonatology trainees and covers common ... coli, and both bacterial and viral sepsis. Less frequent causes are rubella, toxoplasmosis, and h... read more
Implementation of an Inpatient Pediatric Sepsis Identification Pathway
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Early identification and treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock improves ... There are multiple admitting services to the pediatric unit, including general pediatrics, p... read more
However, it is only recently that the definition and management of pediatric sepsis has been recognized as being distinct from adult sepsis. Recent findings: The definition of pediatric sepsis is curr... read more
Worry about what screens are doing to your young child’s brain? Here’s help.
Nancy Carlsson-Paige, early-childhood expert and author That’s the start of a new primer for parents about raising young ... though the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that for children youn... read more
Pediatric Hepatology: An Update
Added to these challenges is the continued shortage of certified pediatric hepatologists, further affecting the comfort level of pediatricians who care for ... In the first article, “Neonatal Cholesta... read more
Time To Overhaul the “Rule Out Sepsis” Workup
The often-cited Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for managing newborns with risk factors for sepsis are outdated. Studies like the one performed ... read more
Sepsis Plans in Hospitals Can Save Children's Lives
Behind every sepsis mortality statistic is a child whose death might have been prevented and parents who will forever agonize over what could have been done differently. Pediatric protocols ... own ci... read more
Association Between the New York Sepsis Care Mandate and In-Hospital Mortality for Pediatric Sepsis
7 Department of Pediatrics, Division of Critical Care, BC Children’s Hospital and Research Institute, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 8 Division of Biostatistics, C... read more
Preterm birth rate at JDWNRH lower than estimated
A resident doctor with the Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Postgraduate Medicine of ... Respiratory distress, neonatal jaundice, and sepsis were the most common morbidities among the admitted pre... read more
Febrile Infants Less Than Two Months of Age: Do They All Need a Lumbar Puncture?
A febrile infant less than one month of age still makes most if not all pediatricians move forward with a full sepsis evaluation ... of febrile infants ≤60 days of age seen in one of 9 pediatric emerg... read more
Quality improvement in pediatric sepsis
... and retrospective search tools may allow improved case finding of those children of concern for sepsis. Summary: Quality improvement in pediatric sepsis is evolving. As we continue to define quali... read more
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GBS Sepsis: A ‘Don’t Miss’ Diagnosis
Although the overall rate of GBS sepsis has declined significantly over the last couple of decades, it remains an important consideration in the management of newborns, and all pediatricians should be ... read more
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