Neonatal feeding in practice: Nutrition principles for babies with a history of intestinal injury or resection
A history of intestinal injury can create some feeding challenges for infants. Here are some of the causes, feeding guidelines, and approaches to feeding difficulties to use in practice.
AI, telehealth, and sensor-based technologies facilitate autism diagnosis
New technology-based tools can help pediatricians to make an accurate diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
Persistent foot and leg swelling in a 17-year-old female
A 17-year-old girl presents with a 2-year history of unilateral swelling of the left lower extremity as well as a poorly healed ankle sprain of the affected extremity 3 years prior that slowly resolved but left persistent swelling. What's the diagnosis?
Puncture wounds and purpura
A neurodevelopmentally impaired 6-year-old girl is referred for examination of asymptomatic skin lesions on the right forearm due to concern for possible child abuse. What's the diagnosis?
Standard therapy for enuresis works in children with neurodevelopmental disorders
Using bell and pad alarm therapy is a typical therapy for enuresis in children, a study examines its efficacy in those with neurodevelopmental disorders.
How to correctly diagnose and treat community-acquired pneumonia
The winter season of respiratory diseases is nearly here. Knowing how to manage community-acquired pneumonia is essential.
How well do caregivers understand their child’s CP?
The caregiver's understanding of a child's condition can positively impact care. What can lead to this understanding with cerebral palsy?
Rapid IV hydration does not affect clinical gastroenteritis outcomes
The administration of rapid intravenous fluid is the current practice for acute gastroenteritis, but does it actually lead to better outcomes?
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