March 20th 2023
A study found that children with acute concussions could have less symptom burden with an earlier return to school.
Antidepressant use during pregnancy does not increase risk of neurodevelopmental disordersOctober 7th 2022
Although crude results of a study showed risk of neurodevelopmental disorders doubling when exposed to antidepressants during pregnancy, these results were not observed in a fully adjusted analysis.
Antenatal corticosteroid treatment associated with psychological developmental disordersAugust 26th 2022
Researchers have found that maternal antenatal corticosteroid treatment can lead to increased risk of psychological developmental and neurosensory disorders in children.
Pilot study highlights outcome preferences for adolescents with chronic migraine, their parentsJune 3rd 2022
More than 60% of adolescents felt that it was more important to measure decreases in the frequency and intensity of headaches in terms of severe headaches/spikes rather than total headache days.
First patient treated in adolescent epilepsy trial assessing NeuroPace RNS systemMay 17th 2022
Since its approval for the treatment of medical refractory epilepsy in 2013, the closed-loop neuromodulation device has had its efficacy and safety confirmed in several pivotal studies and will now be assessed in focal epilepsy in the RESPONSE trial.
Is there room for improvement in neuroimage use in suspected abuse cases in infants?April 28th 2022
When an infant presents with fractures that suggest possible abuse, but appears to be neurologically fine, clinicians should make sure to rule out occult head injury. A report looks at whether many children’s hospitals are routinely following this guidance.