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Ganciclovir and Valganciclovir Use in Children

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Ganciclovir and Valganciclovir Use in Children
Vomiting in the Pediatric Age Group
Medscape One-on-One: Rapidly Unfolding Health Information Technology
Pediatric Falls: State of the Science
Symptomatic and Pathophysiologic Predictors of Hepatitis C Virus Progression
in Pediatric Patients

Feature Articles

Ganciclovir and Valganciclovir Use in Children
These antiviral agents are effective for CMV infection, especially following pediatric organ transplantation, but certain precautions must be followed.
Pediatr Pharm 2009


Pediatric Falls: State of the Science
Why is this important safety concern often overlooked in children?
Pediatr Nurs 2009


Effect of Prophylactic Paracetamol Administration at Time of Vaccination on Febrile Reactions and Antibody Responses in Children F1000 Ranking: "Exceptional" and "Changes Clinical Practice"
Should prophylactic acetaminophen routinely be given at the time of vaccination?
Faculty of 1000 Medicine 2009


Mammography Goes From a Yearly Squeeze to Biennial Stretch
Sandra Fryhofer, MD, sounds off on the new USPSTF guidelines on mammography screening. She has some issues.
Medscape Internal Medicine 2009


Medscape One-on-One: Rapidly Unfolding Health Information Technology
In the first in a new one-on-one series, Dr. Eli Adashi and Dr. Ashish Jha discuss health information technology -- what it means for both inpatient and outpatient physicians.
Medscape Internal Medicine 2009


Incident Dysglycemia and Progression to Type 1 Diabetes Among Participants in the Diabetes Prevention Trial-Type 1
Children with incident dysglycemia have an especially high risk for type 1 diabetes.
Diabetes Care 2009


Office Embezzlement: Are You Losing Money You Do Not Even Know About?
Office embezzlement takes place more often than doctors realize. This article tells how to spot when it is happening and how to prevent it.
Medscape Business of Medicine 2009


2009 H1N1: What's New This Week -- December 1, 2009
John Bartlett comments on the past week's H1N1 news and provides guidance to practicing clinicians.
Medscape Infectious Diseases 2009


Vomiting in the Pediatric Age Group
The causes of vomiting in children range from the benign to the life-threatening. It is helpful to know the most likely causes when faced with the vomiting child.
Pediatr Health 2009


Pharmacotherapy and Surgery Treatment for the Severely Obese Adolescent
Here is a review of treatment with sibutramine or orlistat, current recommendations for bariatric surgical referral, and advice on postsurgical management for patients in this age group.
J Pediatr Health Care 2009


West Sweden Asthma Study: Prevalence Trends Over the Last 18 Years Argue No Recent Increase in Asthma
In comparison with studies performed 18 years ago, the prevalence of asthma has not increased, and the prevalence of most respiratory symptoms has decreased.
Respiratory Research 2009


The Case of the Peripatetic Physician: A Strategy to Avoid Accountability
Changing jobs and locations frequently can often be a sign of incompetence and poor performance. Can this physician be restrained, or at least retrained?
Medscape Internal Medicine 2009


Buzz Words Surrounding Healthcare Reform
Guaranteed issue, community rating, and individual mandate: What do these terms mean in the context of healthcare reform? What do they mean for you? David M. Brown, MD, explains in this video blog.
Medscape Ophthalmology 2009


New Pap Smear Guidelines From ACOG
ACOG released new cervical cytology screening guidelines that suggest that less is more. Dr. Andrew Kaunitz discusses the key updates and their rationale in this video blog.
Medscape Ob/Gyn & Women's Health 2009


CDC Commentary -- 2009 H1N1: Who Should Receive Antiviral Therapy?
In this video blog, Anthony Fiore, MD, MPH, offers guidance on which patients are at highest risk for H1N1 influenza and when to prescribe antiviral therapy.
2009


Introduction and Transmission of 2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) Virus, Kenya, June-July 2009
Since introduction of pandemic H1N1 virus in Kenya in June 2009, the overall 26% secondary attack rate of the virus appears comparable to that of seasonal influenza.
Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report 2009


Public Health Officials Readying for Increase in H1N1 Influenza Cases
An expected increase of H1N1 influenza this fall has federal health agencies and health leaders ramping up resources.
Nations Health 2009


Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Children and Adults -- United States, 2008-2009 Influenza Season
During last year's flu season, only approximately 20% of school-aged children were vaccinated against seasonal influenza, highlighting the need for increased attention to this age group.
Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report 2009


High Cytomegalovirus Load and Prolonged Virus Excretion in Breast Milk Increase Risk for Viral Acquisition by Very Low Birth Weight Infants
Low birth weight infants are at high risk for human cytomegalovirus infection from high maternal CMV load and prolonged viral excretion in breast milk.
Pediatr Infect Dis J 2009


Neonatal Vaccination: A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity
Birth is the most frequent healthcare contact, and the best time to protect children from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Pediatr Infect Dis J 2009


Symptomatic and Pathophysiologic Predictors of Hepatitis C Virus Progression in Pediatric Patients
Symptoms and physiologic liver changes can help determine the need for treatment in children with hepatitis C infection.




News

Top News
Children With Persistent AOM Have Poor Responses to Vaccines
Medscape Medical News 2009


Abuse Is the Most Common Cause of Infantile Subdural Bleeding
Reuters Health Information 2009


H1N1 Flu Still Down in US but 198 Children Dead
Reuters Health Information 2009


MRI Reveals High Incidence of Disc Disease in Overweight and Obese Youngsters
Reuters Health Information 2009


News and Approvals from the FDA
FDA Reminds Healthcare Professionals of Valproate Link to Birth Defects
Medscape Medical News 2009


Infectious Diseases and Immunization
Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Shows Promise
Medscape Medical News 2009


Neonatal Care
Late Preterm Birth Increases Risk of Faltering Growth in Early Childhood
Reuters Health Information 2009


Mental Health in Children and Adolescents
Children of Mentally Ill Parents at Increased Mortality Risk
Medscape Medical News 2009


Aripiprazole Eases Irritability in Autistic Kids but Causes Weight Gain
Reuters Health Information 2009


Children With ASD Have Specific Handwriting Impairments
Medscape Medical News 2009


Professional News
New Guidelines on Reporting Industry-Supported Clinical Trial Results
Medscape Medical News 2009


More News this Week
Iraq Sees Alarming Rise in Cancers, Deformed Babies
Reuters Health Information 2009


Long-Term Growth Hormone Safe and Effective for Pediatric Prader-Willi Syndrome
Reuters Health Information 2009


WHO Issues New HIV Recommendations
Medscape Medical News 2009





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