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1 High-dose vitamin D3 supplementation in children and young adults with HIV: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
2 ST13 polymorphisms and their effect on exacerbations in steroid-treated asthmatic children and young adults Clinical & Experimental Allergy, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
3 Fear of the unknown: uncertain anticipation reveals amygdala alterations in childhood anxiety disorders Neuropsychopharmacology, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
4 A new method for objectively evaluating childhood nocturnal cough Pediatric Pulmonology, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
5 Dietary intake in 6-year-old children from southern Poland: part 2 – vitamin and mineral intakes Full Text BMC Pediatrics, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
6 Update on the management of Candida infections in preterm neonates ADC Fetal & Neonatal Edition, January 26, 2015 Review Article
7 Intramuscular midazolam versus intravenous lorazepam for the prehospital treatment of status epilepticus in the pediatric population Epilepsia, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
8 An epidemiological evaluation of pediatric long bone fractures — a retrospective cohort study of 2716 patients from two Swiss tertiary pediatric hospitals Full Text BMC Pediatrics, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
9 The prognostic value of the fracture level in the treatment of Gartland type III supracondylar humeral fracture in children The Bone & Joint Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
10 Prevalence of lipodystrophy and metabolic abnormalities in HIV-infected African children after 3 years on first-line antiretroviral therapy The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
11 Pharmacokinetics of bevacizumab and its effects on serum VEGF and IGF-1 in infants with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
12 Variation in child body mass index patterns by race/ethnicity and maternal nativity status in the United States and England Maternal and Child Health Journal , January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
13 The potential for epigenetic analysis of paediatric CNS tumours to improve diagnosis, treatment and prognosis Annals of Oncology, January 26, 2015 Review Article
14 Serum proteomes distinguish children developing type 1 diabetes in a cohort with HLA-conferred susceptibility Diabetes, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
15 Atrophoderma vermiculatum: A cutaneous feature of Loeys-Dietz syndrome JAMA Dermatology, January 26, 2015 Review Article Clinical Article
16 Clinicoradiologic response of neurologic tuberculous mass lesions in children treated with thalidomide The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
17 Safety, tolerability and immunogenicity of 15-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in toddlers previously vaccinated with 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
18 Virologic failure among children taking lopinavir/ritonavir-containing first-line antiretroviral therapy in South Africa The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
19 Evaluation of serum Perforin, Caspase-3, sFasL and M-30 levels as apoptotic markers in children with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
20 Long-term safety and efficacy of atazanavir-based therapy in HIV-infected infants, children and adolescents: The pediatric AIDS clinical trials group protocol 1020A The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, January 26, 2015 Clinical Article
As reported in Pediatrics, narrow-spectrum antibiotics yielded similar outcomes in children with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) to broad-spectrum antibiotics. The study was conducted in 4 hospital and involved 492 patients between 2 months and 18 years with a discharge diagnosis of CAP. Other than a 10-hour decrease in length of stay in the narrow-spectrum antibiotic groups, the outcomes were similar between the narrow- and broad-spectrum antibiotic groups.
As reported in European Neuropsychopharmacology, based on a meta-analysis of 22 studies, serotonin (5-HT) levels are significantly elevated in the whole blood of children with autism (OR = 4.6).
As reported in Academic Emergency Medicine, elevated procalcitonin levels predicted serious bacterial infections in febrile children ≤ 36 months of age better than elevated white blood cell counts, elevated neutrophil counts, and elevated absolute band count.
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