Morriss et al assess the association between surgery during the initial hospitalization and death or neurodevelopmental impairment of very low-birth-weight infants. See the editorial by Williams et al.
This review study found that most practice- and community-based interventions significantly increased human papillomavirus vaccination rates across diverse populations.
Williams et al validate administrative billing data for hospitalizations owing to childhood community-acquired pneumonia.
This special communication identifies 10 urgent priorities for the health and health care of US children.
This review provides a practical review of the presentation, evaluation, and treatment of thyroid disorders commonly encountered in a primary care practice.
Using Global Burden of Disease (GBD) 2013 study data, the GBD Pediatrics Collaboration investigators determine levels and trends in the fatal and nonfatal burden of diseases and injuries among children and adolescents in 188 countries from 1990 to 2013.
This cross-sectional, population-based study of children hospitalized at one institution for lower respiratory tract infections between 2010 and 2013 determines whether the rates varied geographically across a single county and whether such variability was associated with socioeconomic conditions.
This randomized clinical trial of the effectiveness of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia found that the therapy decreased symptoms related to trauma and stress.
This national cohort study characterizes neurodevelopmental outcomes at age 6.5 years of children who had extreme preterm births (<27 weeks) in Sweden.
This study measures and compares the quality of resuscitative care delivered to simulated pediatric patients across a spectrum of pediatric emergency departments and general emergency departments in the United States.
This special communication describes the spread of Zika virus infection in the Americas and what pediatric practices are needed to respond to this spread.