Self-reported pediatricians' management of the well-appearing young child with fever without a source: first survey in an European country in the anti-pneumococcal vaccine era
- Possible adverse events in children treated by manual therapy: a review. Humphreys, B. Kim // Chiropractic & Osteopathy;2010, Vol. 18, p12
Background: Pediatric manual therapy is controversial within the medical community particularly with respect to adverse events. Pediatric manual therapy (Ped MT) is commonly used by a number of professions such as chiropractors, osteopaths and naturopaths for a variety of treatments in children....
- OPSTIPACIJE U DJEÄŒIJOJ DOBI. Terzić, Selma // Pedijatrija Danas: Pediatrics Today;2006, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p180
Obstipation occurs in children of all ages. It is a frequent problem in paediatric care. Rarely it is isolated. It comes combined with other signs and symptoms (for example: vomiting, stomach ache, meteorismmus). Causes can be functional and organic because that it is very important to find...
- Pediatricians excel at detecting serious bacterial illness. // Contemporary Pediatrics;Jul2004, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p21
Presents strategies for detecting serious bacterial illness in children based on data provided by the Pediatric Research in Office Settings network of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Purpose of the investigation; Significance of the study; Implication of the findings.
- Microbiology and Management of Pediatric Liver Abscesses: Two Cases Caused by Streptococcus anginosus Group. Cellucci, Michael; Simon, Erin; Eppes, Stephen // Case Reports in Infectious Diseases;2012, p1
Pyogenic liver abscesses in the pediatric population are rare occurrences in the developed world. We present two cases of previously healthy males presenting with fever and abdominal pain found to have liver abscesses due to organisms in the Streptococcus anginosus group. The microbiology of S....
- Resources needed for management of shigellosis in Peruvian children. Southall, Jennifer // Infectious Diseases in Children;Oct2008, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p62
The article reports on the needed resources for the management of Peruvian children with shigellosis. According to the author, Margaret Kosek, Doctor of Medicine (MD) of the department of international health at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health believed that though these data could have...
- Is there a place for "drive thru" management of neonatal fever? Not yet! Rudd, P. // Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Jan2007, Vol. 92 Issue 1, pF2
The article discusses the non-specific signs and symptoms of severe bacterial infection in the neonate, which results to many children with fever being hospitalized and treated with antibiotics for non-existent bacterial infections. The author examines research by R. Marom and others on the...
- Low Bacteremia Prevalence Among Febrile Children in Areas of Differing Malaria Transmission in Rural Kenya: A Cross-Sectional Study. Onchiri, Frankline M.; Pavlinac, Patricia B.; Singa, Benson O.; Naulikha, Jacqueline M.; Odundo, Elizabeth A.; Farquhar, Carey; Richardson, Barbra A.; John-Stewart, Grace; Walson, Judd L. // Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society;Dec2016, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p385
Background. With malaria declining, other causes of fever may account for a substantial portion of severe childhood illness in sub-Saharan Africa. We determined prevalence, etiologies, and correlates of bacteremia among children in Western Kenya. Methods. In a cross-sectional study, febrile...
- Comforting a sick child. Herbst, Ann Colin // Good Housekeeping;Oct97, Vol. 225 Issue 4, p166
Gives advice and suggestions on how to comfort and care for a sick child. How to soothe the children and relieve them of boredom; Suggestions from children on how to feel better.
- When Your Child's Sick. Meyer, Michelle // Parenting;Feb2000, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p91
Gives advice on the things parents should do when their child is sick. Fever and cold; Earaches; Colic, a condition characterized by inconsolable crying; Rashes; Vomiting; When to call the doctor. INSETS: What to Say When You Call;10 Reasons to Wake Up the Doctor.