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Hypertonic Saline and Hospital Length of Stay in Acute Viral Bronchiolitis
Oxygen Desaturations After Discharge of Infants With Bronchiolitis
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Original Investigation | June 27, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Trauma Center Type and Mortality Among Adolescent Patients
This study uses data from the National Trauma Data Bank to compare mortality of injured adolescents treated at adult trauma centers, pediatric trauma centers, or mixed trauma centers that treat both pediatric and adult trauma patients.
Original Investigation | June 20, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST
Use of a Safe Delivery Smartphone App at Birth Facilities in Ethiopia
This cluster-randomized trial compares perinatal deaths and health care worker neonatal resuscitation knowledge and skills at Ethiopian facilities randomized to a mobile health birth attendant training tool vs usual care.
Review | June 20, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Evaluation and Management of Febrile Children
This narrative review summarizes recent developments in the evaluation and management of febrile children.
Special Communication | June 20, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST
Zika Virus and the Children of the Americas
This perspective discusses implications of the spread of Zika virus infection in the Americas for child health and the practice of pediatric medicine.
Original Investigation | June 13, 2016 ONLINE FIRST
Breastfeeding, Early Antibiotic Use, and Child BMI
This cohort study investigates associations between breastfeeding with vs without early-life antibiotic use and subsequent body mass index, need for antibiotics, and child intestinal microbiota.
Interview with Willem M. de Vos, PhD, author of Association of Early-Life Antibiotic Use and Protective Effects of Breastfeeding: Role of the Intestinal Microbiota
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Two clown physicians (Dr Cloud and Dr Wisp) take a tour of one of the operating rooms at Meyer Children's Hospital.
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A Swollen, Red Areola in a Young Boy
A 10-year-old white boy was referred to the pediatric outpatient department in Belgium in winter with progressive swelling and red discoloration of the right areola that had developed over a few months.
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Cesarean Delivery, Formula Feeding, and Intestinal Microbiome of Infants
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Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy and the Risk of Autism
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