Effect of expanded US recommendations for seasonal influenza vaccination: comparison of two pediatric emergency departments in the United States and Canada
- Immunisation policies. Brook, Charles G.D. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/2/1983, Vol. 286 Issue 6371, p1082
Focuses on the immunization policy for diseases in children in Great Britain. Significance of knowing the risk of brain damage; Reconsideration of the official advice on the postponement of immunization; Implication of vaccination practices.
- Parental satisfaction with a nurse-led emergency assessment unit. Aitken, Penelope; Wiltshire, Maureen // Paediatric Nursing;Nov2005, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p31
Parents of children discharged from the paediatric emergency assessment unit of a large regional children's unit were surveyed to discover their perceptions of the care experience and post discharge support. Data from 40 parents revealed that the family journey through the unit was generally...
- MORBILIDAD Y MORTALIDAD DE NIÃ‘OS CON DESNUTRICIÃ“N EN UN SERVICIO DE URGENCIAS. Verónica, León Burgos; Yazmín, Quintal Cachón Yazmín Quintal Cachón Yazmín MC Quintal Cachón // Boletin AMUP;sep-dic2009, Vol. 13 Issue 55, p26
No abstract available.
- Scalp edema: don't forget sunburn in children. Shah, Binod; Yavuz, Süleyman Tolga; Tekşam, Özlem // Turkish Journal of Pediatrics;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p540
Scalp edema is an uncommon and striking finding in children that may alarm both parents and physicians. The objectives of this case report were to raise awareness among pediatric emergency physicians of the unusual presentation of sunburn as scalp edema. We present the case of an eight-year-old...
- The Pediatric Emergency Department. Solky, Charles G.; Hoekelman, Robert A. // Clinical Pediatrics;Sep1971, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p524
The prevalence of known psychiatric disturbance in one or both parents of a 15 per cent sample of children seen over a three month period in the emergency department of the University of Rochester Medical Center was 12 per cent. Comparison of this group with a control group of children utilizing...
- A randomized controlled trial of sucrose and/or pacifier as analgesia for infants receiving venipuncture in a pediatric emergency department. Curtis, Sarah J.; Hsing Jou; Ali, Samina; Vandermeer, Ben; Klassen, Terry // BMC Pediatrics;2007, Vol. 7, p27
Background: Although sucrose has been accepted as an effective analgesic agent for procedural pain in neonates, previous studies are largely in the NICU population using the procedure of heel lance. This is the first report of the effect of sucrose, pacifier or the combination thereof for the...
- Multiple health care visits related to a pediatric emergency visit for young children with common illnesses. Angoulvant, F.; Jumel, S.; Prot-Labarthe, S.; Bellettre, X.; Kahil, M.; Smail, A.; Morin, L.; Alberti, C. // European Journal of Pediatrics;Jun2013, Vol. 172 Issue 6, p797
We aim to describe the number of health care visits before and after pediatric emergency department (PED) visits for common illnesses in a French tertiary pediatric hospital. This was a prospective cohort study with 501 children under 6 years of age who were evaluated and discharged from a...
- Australian authorities are criticised for vaccine response. Sweet, Melissa // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;8/21/2010, Vol. 341 Issue 7769, p364
The article reports on a review conducted by Bryant Stokes, clinical professor of surgery at the University of Western Australia, for the state government of Western Australia, related to the adverse effects of the seasonal influenza vaccination program of the state.
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Physician Assistants. Jacques, Paul F.; Otruba, Christine; Ast, Aaron // Journal of Physician Assistant Education (Physician Assistant Ed;2007, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p27
Pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) is a relatively new specialty area of medicine with specific competencies. The Institute of Medicine published a report in 2006 entitled Emergency Care for Children: Growing Pains, which addresses deficiencies in delivery of health care to children with...