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Journal of Pediatric Surgery

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  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    DEVELOPMENT OF A RED FLAG SCORECARD SCREENING TOOL FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF CHILD PHYSICAL ABUSE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

    Child physical abuse may have subtle presenting signs and can be challenging to identify, especially at emergency centers that do not...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SPONTANEOUS PNEUMOTHORAX IN CHILDREN: A SINGLE INSTITUTION PROTOCOL ANALYSIS

    The Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium suggested a simple aspiration of primary spontaneous pneumothorax protocol, failing which,...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    LONG-TERM ESTHETIC OUTCOME OF DIFFERENT TREATMENT MODALITIES FOR NONTUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIAL CERVICOFACIAL LYMPHADENITIS

    Nontuberculous mycobacterial cervicofacial lymphadenitis is a rare infection which almost exclusively occurs in children, most commonly...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF MORGAGNI HERNIA IN CHILDREN

    This study aimed to evaluate our patients who underwent laparoscopic-assisted transabdominal repair for Morgagni hernia .

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    SCREENING METHODS FOR CONGENITAL ANOMALIES IN LOW AND LOWER-MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    Surgically correctable congenital anomalies are responsible for a significant burden of morbidity and mortality in children from low-and...

    Anomaly, Disability
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    HIRSCHSPRUNG-ASSOCIATED INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE: A MULTICENTER STUDY FROM THE APSA HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE INTEREST GROUP

    /Purpose: A small number of Hirschsprung disease patients develop inflammatory bowel disease -like symptoms after pullthrough surgery....

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    “YOUR CHILD NEEDS SURGERY”: A SURVEY-BASED EVALUATION OF SIMULATED EXPERT CONSENT CONVERSATIONS BY KEY STAKEHOLDERS

    Consent conversations in pediatric surgery are essential components of pre-operative care which, when inadequate, can lead to significant...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    THE METABOLIC AND LIPIDOMIC PROFILING OF THE EFFECTS OF TRACHEAL OCCLUSION IN A RABBIT MODEL OF CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA

    Fetal tracheal occlusion reverses the pulmonary hypoplasia associated with congenital diaphragmatic hernia , but its mechanism of action...

    AIDS
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    HOW CAN PEDIATRIC SURGEONS ADDRESS RACISM AND BECOME ACTIVELY ANTI-RACIST?

    This is an article submitted on behalf of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons. We assert that Pediatric Surgeons must work...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    HIGH FREQUENCY JET VENTILATION FOR CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA

    The optimal role of high frequency jet ventilation in lung protective stabilization of congenital diaphragmatic hernia remains uncertain....

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    THE 53RD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PEDIATRIC SURGEONS

    The 53rd annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Pediatric Surgeons was held at the Fairmont Victoria Hotel in Victoria, British...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    ASSESSING THE PERIOPERATIVE TIMELINE AND INCIDENCE OF POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS TO OPTIMIZE CARE FOR PEDIATRIC SURGERY PATIENTS FROM NORTHERN QUEBEC

    Patients from remote communities often require relocation to urban centres to receive surgical care. This study examines the timeline...

    Hospital
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    PATIENT EXPERIENCE OR PATIENT SATISFACTION? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF CHILD- AND FAMILY-REPORTED EXPERIENCE MEASURES IN PEDIATRIC SURGERY

    Patient-reported outcomes measures and patient-reported experience measures are increasingly recognized as important health care quality...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    SINGLE-CENTER COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES BETWEEN LAPAROSCOPIC APPENDECTOMY AND TRANSUMBILICAL LAPAROSCOPIC ASSISTED APPENDECTOMY

    Appendectomy is the most common pediatric emergency surgery performed to date. This study compared outcomes between laparoscopic appendectomy...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    UNANTICIPATED CONSEQUENCES OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC POLICIES ON PEDIATRIC ACUTE APPENDICITIS SURGERY

    Global pandemics may limit access to specialized care, delaying diagnosis and treatment of common acute surgical diseases. We analyzed...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    THE PERSONAL IMPACT OF INVOLVEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL HEALTH OUTREACH: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF FORMER OPERATION SMILE STUDENT VOLUNTEERS

    Humanitarian surgical organizations such as Operation Smile provide global health opportunities for students and medical trainees....

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    INVITED COMMENTARY ON STOEHR J, ET AL: THE PERSONAL IMPACT OF INVOLVEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL HEALTH OUTREACH: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF FORMER OPERATION SMILE STUDENT VOLUNTEERS

    During my years working in Kenya and Ethiopia, I used to warn keen short-term volunteers that, as much as they came motivated by a...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Feb 2, 2023

    CURRENT SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME MANAGEMENT: AN ERA OF IMPROVED OUTCOMES AND CONTINUED CHALLENGES

    Prior to the late 1960s, pediatric short bowel syndrome was a frequently fatal disease. Currently, pediatric interdisciplinary bowel...

    Nutrition