It was a very busy week for the Contemporary Pediatrics team.
This week’s top articles included:
Virtual visits with the doctor have become a fact of life for more families as a result of the pandemic. A new poll examines how parents feel about this change.
A new evaluation and management coding system for outpatient visits was implemented earlier this year. This article details the nuances of the new system.
Antenatal hydronephrosis (ANH), also referred to as urinary tract dilation, is one of the most confounding challenges to the practicing pediatrician. When dealing with newborns and children with ANH, pediatricians face understanding the significance of the degree of hydronephrosis, risk assessment, prenatal and postnatal management, and the use of prophylactic antibiotics.
Adult organ donation has risen over the past years, but declined in pediatrics. A study examined consent for pediatric organ donation.