Plenary sessions

April 2007
Archives of Disease in Childhood;Apr2007 Supplement, Vol. 92, pA37
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of plenary sessions related to diseases in children. They include "Neonatal Care of Term Babies of Mothers With Pre-Gestational Diabetes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland," "Incidence, Clinical Features and Outcome of Convulsive Status Epilepticus in Children Living in Rural Kenya," and "Association of Offspring Fetal Sex Ratio and Parental Smoking During Pregnancy."


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