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Risk for Early-Onset Sepsis Low for Infants With Low-Risk Delivery

January 26, 2022. 4:48 PM CST.

Risk for early-onset sepsis low among infants of all gestational ages born with low-risk delivery characteristics

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Vaccination, Previous Infection Protect Against COVID-19

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During period of delta predominance, protection was lower among vaccinated persons without previous COVID-19 diagnosis


Pandemic Having Major Impact on Pediatric Oncology Providers

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51 percent of institutions cite decreased clinical staff availability; HCPs experiencing psychological distress, financial concerns


Risk for Diabetes Increased for Pediatric Patients With COVID-19

January 21, 2022

Increased incidence of diabetes seen among patients aged younger than 18 years after acute COVID-19 infection versus those without COVID-19


Peanut Oral Immunotherapy at Younger Age Ups Desensitization in Children

January 21, 2022

More children who received immunotherapy met the primary outcome of desensitization and remission criteria


Closed-Loop System Improves Glycemic Control in Young Children With T1DM

January 21, 2022

Percentage of time with glucose level in target range higher during closed-loop period versus sensor-augmented pump therapy period


Myopia Progressed Faster in Children Under COVID-19 Lockdowns

January 21, 2022

Exploratory analysis shows link between optical defocus treatment and slower progression of myopia in school-aged children


Significant Health Benefits Seen With Meeting ATS Air Quality Standard

January 20, 2022

Compared with meeting EPA standards alone, this would prevent 11,850 more deaths, 25,400 more morbidities


Long-Term Outcomes Described for Survivors of Childhood ALL

January 20, 2022

Life challenges more negatively impacted in younger, female, relapsed patients; socializing more positively impacted in older patients


Cardiac Outcomes Good for Children With COVID-19-Related MIS-C

January 19, 2022

All deformation parameters on echocardiogram recovered within first week, including LV global longitudinal strain, peak left atrial strain


Ethnic Disparities Seen in Enrollment for a Clinical Trial​

January 19, 2022

29 percent of patients deemed appropriate for intervention were Hispanic compared with 52 percent of those deemed not appropriate


BNT162b2 Vaccine Effective Against Severe COVID-19 in Adolescents

January 19, 2022

Two doses highly effective against COVID-19-related hospitalization and critical illness for those aged 12 to 18 years


AAN Position Statement Addresses Consent Issues in Acute Stroke

January 19, 2022

Inability to fulfill elements of decisional capacity coupled with need for rapid treatment decisions complicates consent


Preschool Intervention Can Achieve Sustained Lifestyle Changes

January 18, 2022

Achieving sustained changes requires multidisciplinary teams, multidimensional educational programs, multilevel interventions


Mental Health Improves With Access to Gender-Affirming Hormones

January 14, 2022

Access to GAH during adolescence, adulthood linked to lower odds of past-year suicidal ideation versus desiring but not accessing GAH


WHO Living Guideline Updated for Drug Treatment of COVID-19

January 14, 2022

JAK inhibitor baricitinib strongly recommended for the treatment of severe or critical COVID-19