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July 09, 2020
Newborn nurseries are supposed to run a car seat tolerance screening before discharging any infant born prematurely. An investigation examines how well nurseries follow this recommendation.
Scheduled follow-up following hospitalization for bronchiolitis is typical care, but a new report questions whether as-needed care can be just as effective.
July 08, 2020
Overweight and obesity issues have been suspected of increasing cardiometabolic risk in children. A new study investigates.
Clinicians may still use urine nucleic-acid amplification tests, despite the recommendation to use a more sensitive vaginal swab to test for Chlamydia trachomatis. A report looks at whether a quality improvement program could change that.
A retrospective study examines whether limited abdominal ultrasound is a safe and effective way to assess for intestinal malrotation with or without midgut volvulus.
July 07, 2020
The location where care is received can impact how medication is prescribed. A report examines how location impacts care for pneumonia and sinusitis.
It’s been hypothesized that obesity can lead to worse outcomes in critical illness and an investigation provides some answers.
A case report examines whether a high-risk child with appendicitis will need surgery.
July 06, 2020
Reducing antibiotic resistance has been a high priority for quality improvement programs. How well did one program do in reducing vancomycin use?
The risk of hospital readmission has been linked to insurance status in previous research. A new investigation examines if the disparity still exists.