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Congenital cytomegalovirus: Impact on child health.

Authors:
Mark R Schleiss

Contemp Pediatr 2018 Jul;35(7):16-24

Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota Medical School, 2001 6 Street SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455, , ,

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6368255PMC

Transition Planning: Teaching Sexual Self-Management.

Contemp Pediatr 2014 Apr;31(4):16-22

Department of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, University of Michigan Medical School and C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4501385PMC
April 2014
7 Reads

Recognizing and preventing childhood obesity: Challenging pediatricians with averting this epidemic even in their littlest patients.

Contemp Pediatr 2011 Jan;28(1):32-42

Assistant professor and director of the Healthy Lifestyles Program, Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4214371PMC
January 2011
10 Reads

New products for pediatrics: 1995.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Dec;12(12):49-67

Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, NH, USA.

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December 1995
10 Reads

Office screening for hearing loss.

Authors:
J T Combs

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Oct;12(10):132-42

Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT.

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October 1995
8 Reads

What's new in interventional radiology.

Authors:
R Towbin

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Sep;12(9):87-9, 94, 98 passim

University of Pittsburgh, USA.

New applications of interventional radiology can remove foreign bodies from the esophagus, treat vascular malformations, and more. These relatively noninvasive and inexpensive alternatives to conventional surgery deserve a place on your list of management options. Read More

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September 1995
9 Reads

Children with chronic conditions need your help at school.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Sep;12(9):64-5, 68-76, 80

University of Rochester Medical Center, NY, USA.

As they try to make the most of their opportunities at school, children with chronic conditions need a pediatrician's advocacy. Use your knowledge of the illness, the law, and the resources in your community to play an active role. Read More

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September 1995
8 Reads

The use--and misuse--of growth hormone.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Sep;12(9):45-6, 49-50, 53-4 passim

University of Wisconsin Children's Hospital, Madison, USA.

Recombinant growth hormone is an effective treatment for many children with short stature, but certainly not for all of them. The approach outlined here will help you make the right choices. Read More

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September 1995
10 Reads

Acellular pertussis vaccines: what lies ahead?

Authors:
B L Wiedermann

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Sep;12(9):25-8, 30, 32 passim

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, DC., USA.

A safe acellular pertussis vaccine may be in your patients' future. Here's the latest on how this vaccine's effectiveness and side effects compare with those of its whole cell counterpart. Read More

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September 1995
7 Reads

When S pneumoniae is penicillin-resistant.

Authors:
T Q Tan

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Sep;12(9):106-7, 109, 113-6 passim

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September 1995
7 Reads

Making the most of pulse oximetry.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jul;12(7):45-52, 55-7, 61-2

Eudowood Division of Respiratory Sciences, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA.

A noninvasive device that gives continuous oxygenation readings has great appeal, and pulse oximetry has enjoyed wide acceptance. To use it most effectively, though, you need to understand the principles it's based on and know its limitations. Read More

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July 1995
7 Reads

Environmental toxins: cutting the risks.

Authors:
C Baum M Shannon

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jul;12(7):20-2, 25, 28 passim

Children's Hospital, Boston, USA.

From pesticides to PCBs, the chemical residues of modern life are all around us--and children are at high risk of harm. The authors describe some of the major culprits and suggest ways to reduce your patients' exposure. Read More

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July 1995
7 Reads

How much fluoride is too much? The new guidelines.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jun;12(6):65-70, 74

Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, NH, USA.

Prescribing fluoride supplements isn't always a simple matter. Fluoride in drinking water, other beverages, and toothpaste can push intake above therapeutic levels and cause fluorosis. New guidelines from the American Dental Association and American Academy of Pediatrics help you decide when and how much supplementation your patients need. Read More

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June 1995
5 Reads

Keeping adolescents healthy.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jun;12(6):76-89

Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Howard University College of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA.

Most physicians agree that adolescents need routine health supervision, but many aren't sure how often to provide it or what to include. This review of the latest guidelines shows the way. Read More

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June 1995
6 Reads

Progress in pain control for very young infants.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 May;12(5):80-3, 88, 91-5 passim

University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, USA.

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May 1995
6 Reads

Sudden infant death: a reappraisal.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Apr;12(4):88-91, 95, 98-9 passim

University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, USA.

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April 1995
8 Reads

Onward and upward with managed care.

Authors:
D Murray

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Mar;12(3):93-8

Pediatricians are among the big gainers from managed care, according to the latest Medical Economics Continuing Survey. These findings will let you compare your managed-care participation and earnings with those of your colleagues. Read More

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March 1995
7 Reads

Imagination training: a tool with many uses.

Authors:
J L Brown

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Feb;12(2):22-6, 29-30, 32 passim

Department of Pediatrics, Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY, USA.

Guided imagery, self-hypnosis, and related strategies can help improve patient comfort during medical procedures. Use them to relieve pain and nausea, control heightened anxiety and phobias, and generally make the office visit easier for everyone. Read More

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February 1995
6 Reads

Recurrent pain syndromes in children: a streamlined approach.

Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jan;12(1):47-50, 52, 58 passim

Ambulatory Services, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, USA.

Healthy-appearing children with recurring aches or pains are a frustrating part of pediatric practice. The authors share their 20-year experience in a diagnostic dilemmas clinic, helpful hints from the literature, and a simplified approach that uses checklists to streamline diagnosis and treat children with nonorganic syndromes. Read More

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January 1995
8 Reads

At last: a unified schedule for childhood immunization.

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Contemp Pediatr 1995 Jan;12(1):19-20

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January 1995
9 Reads

Managing ADHD.

Authors:
M Baren

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Dec;11(12):29-30, 33-4, 37-8 passim

Medication can help, but a multimodal approach that also includes educational and psychological services works best for most children. Second of two parts. Read More

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December 1994
7 Reads

Standardized forms in pediatrics: an idea whose time has come.

Authors:
P Grant

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Nov;11(11):84-6, 89-90, 93

University of Miami School of Medicine, FL, USA.

Want to practice better medicine, insure third-party reimbursement, and help educate residents in primary care? A standardized encounter form can do all this, and more. Here's how. Read More

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November 1994
6 Reads

DES exposure: an update.

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Nov;11(11):59-62, 64, 66 passim

Department of Ob-gyn, University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, IL, USA.

Little is known about DES grandchildren except that they're often born before term. While we wait for information to accumulate on this third generation, pediatricians need to keep current on the status of DES mothers and daughters. Here's the latest on risks and recommended management. Read More

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November 1994
8 Reads

New light on sinusitis.

Authors:
M E Dunham

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Oct;11(10):102-6, 108, 110 passim

Division of Pediatric Otolarygology, Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, USA.

More precise diagnostic techniques and better understanding of sinus physiology have improved detection and treatment of sinusitis in children. The author reviews what we know now, and outlines a practical plan of management. Read More

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October 1994
5 Reads

Bacterial resistance in the '90s.

Authors:
J M Lieberman

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Sep;11(9):72-6, 80, 82 passim

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, UCLA School of Medicine, Torrance, USA.

The lesson of the antibiotic era is, the microbe always wins. Pediatricians need to understand why, to take the threat seriously, and to mobilize to fight back. Read More

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September 1994
6 Reads

Diagnosing allergies: when to test, when to refer.

Authors:
R A Wood

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Sep;11(9):13-4, 17-24, 26 passim

Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA.

Recent progress in allergy diagnosis has produced a bewildering variety of tests. These guidelines will help you sort out which ones you can perform and which are best left to a specialist. Read More

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September 1994
5 Reads

Reducing perioperative pain and anxiety.

Authors:
A L Zuckerberg

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Aug;11(8):40-2, 45-50, 53

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, USA.

As outpatient surgery becomes the norm, pediatricians are increasingly involved in preparing children--and their families--for the experience. This anesthesiologist's approach can help you guide your patients toward a smooth recovery. Read More

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August 1994
4 Reads

Are we really doing all we can to promote breastfeeding?

Authors:
B W Donnelly

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Jul;11(7):47-53, 56-7

Breast is best--few pediatricians would disagree. But when a nursing mother encounters lactation problems, many doctors rush to recommend formula. Here are some ideas about what to do instead. Read More

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July 1994
12 Reads

Pain relief for children: new concepts, new methods.

Authors:
L J Means

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Jun;11(6):70-6, 81-6, 89-93

Anesthesiology, James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis.

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June 1994
7 Reads

Computers as clinical consultants.

Authors:
D M Stetson

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Jun;11(6):52-4, 57-60, 64-8

J.D. Stetson Associates, Inc., San Francisco.

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June 1994
5 Reads

Minimally invasive surgery: shortcut to recovery.

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Mar;11(3):102-18

Department of Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC.

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March 1994
4 Reads

New light on ear thermometer readings.

Contemp Pediatr 1994 Mar;11(3):66-76

Emergency Medical Trauma Center, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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March 1994
4 Reads

Two useful tools for exploring the middle ear.

Authors:
J T Combs

Contemp Pediatr 1993 Nov;10(11):60-75

Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven.

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November 1993
5 Reads

New products for pediatrics: 1993.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1993 Oct;10(10):147-56

Hampshire Pediatrics, Manchester, NH.

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October 1993
5 Reads

How to sharpen your skills as a medical consumer.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1993 Oct;10(10):135-44

Hampshire Pediatrics, Manchester, NH.

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October 1993
5 Reads

Choosing equipment for your new baby.

Authors:
B D Schmitt

Contemp Pediatr 1993 Sep;10(9):99-100, 103-4

University of Colorado School of Medicine.

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September 1993
5 Reads

Technology in the trenches.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1992 Sep;9(Special Issue):9-15, 18-32, 37-8

Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N.H.

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September 1992
7 Reads

A bed made to order for kids in traction.

Authors:
D Kirchner

Contemp Pediatr 1992 Sep;9(Special Issue):78-80

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September 1992
5 Reads

What your colleagues are buying.

Authors:
K Bardossi

Contemp Pediatr 1992 Sep;9(Special Issue):39-40, 44-5

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September 1992
6 Reads

Preventing needlesticks and their consequences.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1992 Jun;9(6):76-106

Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N.H.

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June 1992
5 Reads

A guide to office cholesterol testing.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Oct;8(10):17-42

Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N.H.

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October 1991
5 Reads

Self-care for the young diabetic--home but not alone.

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Sep;8(Special Issue):74-88

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver.

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September 1991
7 Reads

Tympanic thermometry: temperatures without tears.

Authors:
A J Schuman

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Sep;8(Special Issue):54-73

Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N.H.

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September 1991
6 Reads

Urinalysis: oft obtained, oft ignored.

Authors:
A L Friedman

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Sep;8(Special Issue):31-51

University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School.

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September 1991
6 Reads

Pediatric vision screening: why? when? what? how?

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Sep;8(Special Issue):9-30

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk.

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September 1991
7 Reads

Congenital heart defects--and other prenatal findings.

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Feb;8(2):58-66; 70; 75-8

University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington.

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February 1991
7 Reads

A sound way to diagnose congenital anomalies.

Contemp Pediatr 1991 Jan;8(1):77-94

University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington.

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January 1991
4 Reads
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