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Andrew J Schuman, MD, FAAP
I have been asked by parents several time regarding the use of a cannabidiol (CBD) product to calm their aggressive autistic children when other medications have not been effective. It would be tempting to recommend CBD/THC products to help parents in this regard, but my concerns about safety as well as efficacy have dissuaded me from doing so.
There is much controversy regarding the use of marijuana for medical conditions and the regulations surrounding both cannabis and cannabidiol (CBD) products are both confusing and nuanced.
There is little evidence of efficacy and safety of the cannabidiol (CBD) products flooding the market when it comes to use in children. Here’s what pediatricians should know and what to tell parents.
Avoiding medication errors can be even easier if you use these 12 tips.
Dr. Andrew J. Schuman looks at why artificial intelligence has become the next big thing in technology.
Dr. Andrew J. Schuman looks at the artificial intelligence (AI) programs that may be found in your practice sooner rather than later.
Adopting technologies with artificial intelligence (AI) will change patient care in many ways. Here’s where AI has been, where it is now, and what it holds for the future of pediatrics.
Making some simple changes to your practice can improve patients’ compliance and keep them loyal to your medical home.
Neural performance scanning (NPS) technology outperforms photoscreeners for analyzing binocularity in a child’s eyes in mere seconds, and with higher sensitivity and specificity.