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  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    REPLY

    We thank Dr Brown for her interest in our commentary regarding SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in children under the age of 12 years and for...

    Vaccination, Regard
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    EUROPEAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETIES AND SARS-COV-2 VACCINATION IN CHILDREN UNDER AGE 12: A DIFFERENT PATH IN ENGLAND

    The European Pediatric Societies' viewpoint regarding SARS-CoV-2 vaccination of children under 12 years old amid return to school and...

    Regard, Vaccination
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    IMPORTANT INSIGHTS INTO MYOPERICARDITIS AFTER THE PFIZER MRNA COVID-19 VACCINATION IN ADOLESCENTS

    Das et al1 report 25 cases of myopericarditis in adolescents 12-17 years of age after the receipt of the Pfizer messenger RNA coronavirus...

    Hospital, Vaccination, Adolescence
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    IMPACT OF DEFERRED CORD CLAMPING ON MORTALITY AND SEVERE NEUROLOGIC INJURY IN TWINS BORN AT

    To determine whether deferred cord clamping compared with early cord clamping was associated with reduction in death and/or severe...

    Neurology
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    MYOPERICARDITIS AFTER MESSENGER RNA CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 VACCINATION IN ADOLESCENTS 12 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE

    To characterize the clinical course and outcomes of children 12-18 years of age who developed probable myopericarditis after vaccination...

    Vaccination, Adolescence
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING ASSESSMENT OF PULMONARY VASCULARITY IN INFANTS WITH CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA: A NOVEL TOOL FOR DIRECT ASSESSMENT OF SEVERITY OF PULMONARY HYPERTENSION AND HYPOPLASIA

    To assess the feasibility of magnetic resonance imaging for postnatal assessment of pulmonary vascularity in infants with congenital...

    Hypertension
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    WHY EXCLUDE CHILDREN WITH SHIGA TOXIN GENOTYPE 1 ALONE FROM HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME SCREENING?

    In the article by Ardissino et al,1 children with bloody diarrhea were screened for Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli infection...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    REPLY

    We appreciate the question from Costigan et al because it offers the opportunity to further discuss our approach to the management...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    TRISOMY 18 TRENDS OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS

    To evaluate the trends in hospitalizations for children with trisomy 18 over time and to determine the rate of invasive procedures...

    Hospital
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ELEVATED URINE NEUTROPHIL GELATINASE-ASSOCIATED LIPOCALIN AND POSTOPERATIVE ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN NEONATES

    To examine the incidence of postoperative neonatal acute kidney injury following general surgical procedures and to test the hypothesis...

    Hospital
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION INDUCED RISKS ON CHILDREN'S HEALTH: ARE PEDIATRICIANS PREPARED TO MEET THE CHALLENGE?

    Increasing research and scientific evidence have highlighted strong links between climate change, environmental pollution, and adverse...

    Pollution, Stress
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    NEONATAL REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR THE COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT PARAMETERS MICROR AND HYPO-HE: SENSITIVITY BEYOND THE RED CELL INDICES FOR IDENTIFYING MICROCYTIC AND HYPOCHROMIC DISORDERS

    To create neonatal reference intervals for the MicroR and HYPO-He complete blood count parameters and to test whether these parameters...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    REPLY

    I thank Franck et al for clarifying some points about the Baby Bear study of genome sequencing for critically ill infants. Like these...

    Baby
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    RAPID WHOLE-GENOME SEQUENCING IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN: SHIFTING FROM UNEASE TO EVIDENCE, EDUCATION, AND EQUITABLE IMPLEMENTATION

    In his editorial, Lantos incorrectly claimed poor protocol adherence because many eligible patients were not enrolled.1 Project Baby...

    Hospital, Baby
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    TIMING OF INTRAVENTRICULAR HEMORRHAGE IN PRETERM NEONATES

    We read with great interest the article by Inder et al,1 which referred to our previous systematic review and meta-analysis on the...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    REPLY

    We appreciate drawing attention to the timing of intraventricular hemorrhage in the infant born preterm in relation to the accepted...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    PEDIATRIC CHAIR TURNOVER AND DEMOGRAPHICS

    A key role for the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, Inc is to ensure the sustainability of current leaders...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    A CONSIDERATION OF RACISM IN PEDIATRIC EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES

    In epidemiologic research, race is considered often as a covariate of an outcome because such is customary practice, is seemingly easy...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    BIRTH CHARACTERISTICS AMONG CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 1 AND TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS

    To evaluate whether children with neurofibromatosis type 1 and tuberous sclerosis have different birth characteristics compared with...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Oct 19, 2021

    LEVERAGING RAPID GENOME SEQUENCING TO ALTER CARE PLANS FOR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS IN A COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SETTING IN THE UNITED STATES

    Rapid genome sequencing impacted real-time diagnostic and therapeutic management for patients in a non-academic community hospital....

    Hospital, Plan