• By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    PREVALENCE AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VITAMIN K PROPHYLAXIS UTILIZATION AMONG NEONATES IN RURAL ETHIOPIA IN 2016

    Neonatal Mortality Ratio could not be reversed sufficiently in Ethiopia in the last couple of years. Neonatal bleeding is one of the...

    Vitamins, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    EFFECT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY ON BONE REMODELLING IN PRETERM INFANTS: A MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL

    Preterm infants have a low level of bone mineralization compared to those born at term, since 80% of calcium incorporation occurs at...

    Pregnancy, Minerals, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    RISK FACTORS OF EXTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS WITH BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA: A MULTI-CENTER STUDY IN CHINA

    Nutritional deficiency soon after birth is a risk factor of chronic lung disease. Afflicted infants are further prone to inadequate...

    Hospital, Nutrition, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE OF VIRAL AGENTS OF ACUTE LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN IN ACCRA, GHANA

    Acute lower respiratory tract infection in children under 5 years is known to be predominantly caused by respiratory syncytial virus....

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    HEALTH PROFESSIONALS' INITIAL EXPERIENCES AND PERCEPTIONS OF THE ACCEPTABILITY OF A WHOLE-HOSPITAL, PRO-ACTIVE ELECTRONIC PAEDIATRIC EARLY WARNING SYSTEM : A QUALITATIVE INTERVIEW STUDY

    Paediatric early warning systems alert health professionals to signs of a child's deterioration with the intention of triggering an...

    Hospital, Child, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    IS NEONATAL PHOTOTHERAPY ASSOCIATED WITH A GREATER RISK OF CHILDHOOD CANCERS?

    Neonatal phototherapy has long been used as an effective and relatively safe method of treating neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. Considering...

    Cancer, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION IN CHILDREN AGED 2-12 YEARS ATTENDING THE PAEDIATRIC CLINIC AT MULAGO NATIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL, A UGANDAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Otitis media with effusion is common in children aged between 6 months to 4 years, and it is one of the causes of hearing loss in children...

    Hospital, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS AFTER GASTROINTESTINAL PEDIATRIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES: OUTCOMES AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC RISK FACTORS

    Several socio-demographic characteristics are associated with complications following certain pediatric surgical procedures. In this...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    SNOTWATCH: AN ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FEBRILE SEIZURES AND RESPIRATORY VIRUS ACTIVITY

    Febrile seizures are the commonest type of seizure in occurring in the first few years of life, mostly affecting children aged six...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT THERAPY: EFFECTS OF STARTING AGE ON FINAL HEIGHT OF GIRLS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND SHORT STATURE

    We investigated the age of starting Estrogen replacement therapy as a key parameter for reaching near normal Final Height in Chronic...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    BREASTFEEDING HAS NO PROTECTIVE EFFECTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORONARY ARTERY LESIONS IN KAWASAKI DISEASE: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

    Kawasaki disease is a self-limiting vasculitis with an unknown etiology. It has been reported that breastfeeding has a potential protective...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    TOOLS FOR ASSESSING LUNG FLUID IN NEONATES WITH RESPIRATORY DISTRESS

    Transient tachypnea of the newborn , as a common cause of neonatal respiratory distress, needs to be distinguished from respiratory...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    SERUM MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE-7 LEVELS IN INFANTS WITH CHOLESTASIS AND BILIARY ATRESIA

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the serum level of matrix metalloproteinase 7 in infants with cholestasis and the diagnostic...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    STUDY PROTOCOL: ASSESSING SLEEP IN INFANTS WITH EARLY-ONSET ATOPIC DERMATITIS BY LONGITUDINAL EVALUATION

    Atopic dermatitis is the most common chronic inflammatory skin condition in childhood. Most children with AD report sleep disturbance,...

    Sleep, Skin, Study protocol
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    FREQUENCY AND DURATION OF EXTREME HYPOXEMIC AND HYPEROXEMIC EPISODES DURING MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC OXYGEN CONTROL IN PRETERM INFANTS: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT ANALYSIS FROM RANDOMIZED STUDIES

    Neonatal exposure to episodic hypoxemia and hyperoxemia is highly relevant to outcomes. Our goal was to investigate the differences...

    Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    BREASTFEEDING AND OVERWEIGHT/OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Overweight and obesity are major public health crises among children and adolescents and contribute to a significant economic burden....

    Overweight, Obesity, Adolescence, Research
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE FFQ AND FEEDING INDEX FOR 7-TO 24-MONTH-OLD CHILDREN AFTER CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE SURGERY

    Congenital heart disease is the most common congenital defect in neonates. Infants with CHD often have more nutritional difficulties,...

    Food, Nutrition, Research article
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    ISOLATED STEROID-RESISTANT NEPHROTIC SYNDROME IN A CHINESE CHILD CARRYING A DE NOVO MUTATION IN WT1 GENE:A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW

    Isolated steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome is caused by mutations in the Wilms' tumor-1 gene, which encodes glomerular podocytes...

    Child, Tumors, Case report
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    CORRECTION: PYREXIA IN A YOUNG INFANT - IS HEIGHT OF FEVER ASSOCIATED WITH SERIOUS BACTERIAL INFECTION?

    Correction
  • By BMC   -   Jun 25, 2022

    ASSESSMENT OF IRON OVERLOAD IN A COHORT OF SRI LANKAN PATIENTS WITH TRANSFUSION DEPENDENT BETA THALASSAEMIA AND ITS CORRELATION WITH PATHOGENIC VARIANTS IN HBB, HFE, SLC40A1, AND TFR2 GENES

    Iron overload is a complication in transfusion dependent beta thalassaemia. Pathogenic variants in genes involving iron metabolism...

    Research