We have Ranked, Sorted and Summarized the Latest Journal Articles from these Pediatrics Journals

1Prevention of infection by antibiotic-impregnated shunts after pediatric hydrocephalus treatment: A single center, retrospective study in ChinaClinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
2Risk of delayed HPV vaccination in inner-city adolescent womenThe Journal of Infectious Diseases, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
3Ambulatory treatment of fast breathing in young infants aged under 60 days: A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled equivalence trial in low-income settlements of KarachiClinical Infectious Diseases, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
4Low adherence to dietary recommendations in adult childhood cancer survivorsClinical Nutrition, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
5Ceftriaxone-associated biliary and cardiopulmonary adverse events in neonates: A systematic review of the literaturePediatric Drugs, October 21, 2016  Evidence Based Medicine  Review Article
6Safety and efficacy of terlipressin in pediatric distributive shock: A retrospective analysis in 20 children Pediatric Drugs, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
7Modafinil for the treatment of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A meta-analysisJournal of Psychiatric Research, October 21, 2016  Evidence Based Medicine  Review Article
8Hydroxyurea effectiveness in children and adolescents with sickle cell anemia: A large retrospective, population-based cohortAmerican Journal of Hematology, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article
9Comparative retrospective study on the modalities of biopsying peripheral neuroblastic tumors: A report from the Italian Pediatric Surgical Oncology Group (GICOP)Pediatric Blood & Cancer, October 21, 2016  Review Article
10Superantigens and adhesins of infant gut commensal Staphylococcus aureus strains and association with subsequent development of atopic eczemaBritish Journal of Dermatology, October 21, 2016  Clinical Article

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We have Ranked, Sorted and Summarized the Latest Journal Articles from these Pediatrics Journals

1Scientists link single gene to some cases of autism spectrum disorderWashington University School of Medicine in St. Louis News, October 21, 2016
2The silver lining of an inflammatory bowel disease diagnosisAmerican Gastroenterological Association News, October 21, 2016
3Screening newborns for a common virus is a cost-effective way to prevent lifelong disabilityChild & Family Research Institute News, October 20, 2016
4Deadly intestinal disease in preemies may be caused by genetic deficiencyRutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences News, October 20, 2016
5Antiretrovirals pose low risk to nursing mothers, babiesUW Medicine, October 20, 2016
6Study: Broader availability of information, focus on prevention would aid HPV immunization effortsRoswell Park Cancer Institute News, October 20, 2016
7Researchers identify better, cost-effective depression treatment for teensSeattle Children’s Hospital News, October 19, 2016
8Researchers identify concussion treatment for persistent cases in childrenSeattle Children’s Hospital News, October 19, 2016
9Immunovaccine announces positive phase 1 topline data for DepoVax™-based respiratory syncytial virus vaccine candidateFlanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) News, October 19, 2016
10Antidepressants during pregnancy associated with childhood language disordersColumbia University's Mailman School of Public Health News, October 19, 2016

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Cortisol as a biomarker of obstructive sleep apnea

As reported in Pediatric Pulmonology, salivary cortisol has an increased diurnal variation in children with mild or moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea, while no changes in α-amylase were detected.

Narrow-spectrum antibiotics recommended for CAP in children

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.

Waist-to-height ratio does not predict cardiometabolic risk in children

As reported in Clinical Nutrition, the waist-to-height ratio is inferior to the waist circumference and BMI in predicting body fat percentage and cardiometabolic risk factors in children 3-17 years of age.

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