Alan Kabat, OD, and Canaan Montgomery, OD, speak to inconsistencies in conjunctivitis treatment protocols between pediatric practices and the influence of parents and school districts on treatment options.
An 11-year-old girl presents with a 6-month history of abdominal pain and nausea upon awakening most days, but no pain at night. Can you make the diagnosis?
Participants were evaluated by multiple sleep scale instruments and underwent polysomnography and multiple sleep latency tests following a 1-week actigraphy sleep assessment.
However, no significant difference seen in quality-of-life rating for youth with bipolar disorder, those with unipolar depression.
Researchers assessed whether daily zinc supplementation prevents severe or invasive infection among children with sickle cell anemia.
This age group is now eligible to receive the booster dose at least 2 months after they complete primary vaccination with 3 doses of the monovalent vaccine.
Study participants underwent neuropsychology and executive function testing at baseline and 2- and 10-year follow-ups.
Over time, women with PCOS may develop serious health conditions related to their disease including weight gain, difficulty losing weight, anxiety and depression related to weight, insulin resistance, sleep apnea, and cardiometabolic conditions.
To reduce the incidence of child physical abuse, clinicians are urged to take the time to screen for signs of abuse at every encounter with a child and their family.
NAPNAP survey on the holistic effects of COVID-19 on pediatric APRNs shows worsening burnout and mental health concerns.
Three studies examine current issues in breastfeeding and how advanced practice providers can improve patient outcomes.
Incorporating dental care into well-child visits significantly improved oral health awareness at a rural Federally Qualified Health Center.
Program streamlined pediatric-to-adult transition care for the most complex patients at a single institution.
The CBT-based COPE program decreased depression severity among adolescents at a primary care clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Storybook diary helps families cope in the pediatric intensive care unit.
Sedation weaning protocol reduces total opioid exposure in infants following cardiac surgery
Routine saliva testing in childcare centers is a noninvasive, cost-effective method for preventing outbreaks of COVID-19 among young children.
Parental vaccine hesitancy inhibits clinicians from increasing the pediatric COVID-19 vaccination rate at a clinic in Texas, necessitating an NP-led quality improvement initiative.
APRN students provide well-child visits at Head Start programs in Baltimore.
In an ancillary analysis, researchers examined changes in self-reported migraine day frequency among adolescents who completed the full 24-week CHAMP trial.