A 7-month-old male with severe hemophilia A (less than 1% factor VIII [FVIII] activity) presented to his pediatrician with fussiness and inability to sleep for 3 days. He had received his influenza vaccine 3 days earlier. What's the diagnosis?
As primary care providers, pediatricians often manage children with multiple chronic conditions. Knowing how to code properly for chronic care management (CCM) of these patients will ensure proper reimbursement for CCM services.
New consensus guidelines clarify the procedural guidance for investigation, certification, and reporting of sudden unexplained pediatric deaths to help medical professionals and families through these crises.
In adults with chronic kidney disease (CKD), there is an association between low bicarbonate levels and CKD progression. A report examines whether there is a similar relationship in pediatric patients.
Initiation and completion rates for human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine aren’t where public health officials would like them to be. A report examines whether an intensive intervention can help improve those rates.
An incident of sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI) is a tragedy. More than one incident in a family raises questions. A report defines the rate of recurrent SUDI and the causes of death in those cases.