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Systematic Review: “Formula milk trials have a high risk of bias, almost always report favorable conclusions, lack transparency, and selectively report findings”.

15 Oct, 2021 | 02:25h | UTC

News release: Formula milk trials are not reliable, warn researchers – Imperial College London

Original study: Conduct and reporting of formula milk trials: systematic review – The BMJ

 


RCT: Oxytocin does not improve social functioning in children with autism spectrum disorder.

14 Oct, 2021 | 09:52h | UTC

News release: Oxytocin does not improve social functioning in children with autism spectrum disorder, NIH-funded study suggests – National Institutes of Health

Original study: Intranasal Oxytocin in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder – New England Journal of Medicine

 


RCT: Early treatment with mild aerobic exercise safely speeds recovery from sport-related concussion in adolescents.

11 Oct, 2021 | 23:58h | UTC

Early targeted heart rate aerobic exercise versus placebo stretching for sport-related concussion in adolescents: a randomised controlled trial – The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health

News release: Aerobic exercise after a sport-related concussion speeds recovery in adolescent athletes – University at Buffalo

Related:

Randomized Trial: Early Aerobic Exercise for Sport-Related Concussion

RCT: Limiting screen time for young adults after concussion results in shorter duration of symptoms.

Selected issues in sport-related concussion for the team physician: a consensus statement – “Current evidence suggests strict rest after SRC slows recovery and increases the probability of prolonged symptoms”.

RCT: Prescribed light exercise vs. standard management for emergency department patients with acute mild traumatic brain injury

 

Commentaries on Twitter

 


Kids are losing school days to quarantines. Here’s a way to keep them in classrooms – “Test-to-stay could dramatically reduce close contact quarantines”.

10 Oct, 2021 | 21:52h | UTC

Kids are losing school days to quarantines. Here’s a way to keep them in classrooms – NPR

Related study: Cluster RCT: Daily contact testing of school-based contacts was non-inferior to self-isolation for control of COVID-19 transmission.

 


Bioethics | The Trolley Problem and Vaccinating Young People Against COVID-19.

10 Oct, 2021 | 21:50h | UTC

The Trolley Problem and Vaccinating Young People Against COVID-19 – Science-Based Medicine

 


[Preprint] COVID-19 in children due to SARS-CoV-2 Delta strain resembles illness due to the Alpha variant, with short duration and similar symptom burden.

10 Oct, 2021 | 21:44h | UTC

Illness characteristics of COVID-19 in children infected with the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant – medRxiv

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Heart-inflammation risk from Pfizer COVID vaccine is very low.

10 Oct, 2021 | 21:42h | UTC

Heart-inflammation risk from Pfizer COVID vaccine is very low – Nature

Original studies:

Large cohort study with over 2.5 million individuals showed the incidence of myocarditis after the Pfizer vaccine was 2.13 cases per 100,000 persons.

Study with over 5.1 million vaccinated individuals showed the incidence of myocarditis after the receipt of the Pfizer vaccine was low and more common after the second dose in young male recipients.

 


How the risk of Covid-19 for kids compares to other dangers.

8 Oct, 2021 | 10:26h | UTC

How the risk of Covid-19 for kids compares to other dangers – Vox

 


Cohort Study: Explanatory diagnoses following hospitalization for a brief resolved unexplained event.

8 Oct, 2021 | 10:03h | UTC

Explanatory Diagnoses Following Hospitalization for a Brief Resolved Unexplained Event – Pediatrics

 


WHO approves first ever malaria vaccine for children at risk.

7 Oct, 2021 | 10:40h | UTC

WHO recommends groundbreaking malaria vaccine for children at risk – World Health Organization

Commentaries:

WHO Approves First Ever Malaria Vaccine – Health Policy Watch

A historic day for malaria – reaction to WHO decision on the RTS,S vaccine – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

In major decision, WHO recommends broad rollout of world’s first malaria vaccine – STAT

Why the WHO approval of the first malaria vaccine is a big deal – Vox

WHO greenlights the world’s first malaria vaccine — but it’s not a perfect shot – NPR

The World Health Organization Just Endorsed The World’s First Malaria Vaccine – TIME

WHO Backs Widespread Use Of First Malaria Vaccine – Forbes

World’s 1st malaria vaccine recommended by WHO – LiveScience

 

Commentaries on Twitter

(thread – click for more)

 


Position Paper: Medical management of chronic pancreatitis in children.

7 Oct, 2021 | 10:25h | UTC

Medical Management of Chronic Pancreatitis in Children: A Position Paper by the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Pancreas Committee – Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Clinical Report | Topical nasal decongestant Oxymetazoline: safety considerations for perioperative pediatric use.

6 Oct, 2021 | 10:01h | UTC

Topical Nasal Decongestant Oxymetazoline: Safety Considerations for Perioperative Pediatric Use – Pediatrics

 


Supplement: Triumphs of Vaccination.

6 Oct, 2021 | 08:55h | UTC

Homepage: Triumphs of Vaccination – The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Triumphs of Immunization

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Hib Vaccines: Their Impact on Haemophilus influenzae Type b Disease

The Rotavirus Vaccine Story: From Discovery to the Eventual Control of Rotavirus Disease

Hepatitis B Vaccines

Triumph of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines: Overcoming a Common Foe

Rubella Eradication: Not Yet Accomplished, but Entirely Feasible

Human Papillomavirus Vaccines

Smallpox

Live Attenuated Varicella Vaccine: Prevention of Varicella and of Zoster

Immunization Against Poliomyelitis and the Challenges to Worldwide Poliomyelitis Eradication

Influenza Vaccines: Successes and Continuing Challenges

Measles in the 21st Century: Progress Toward Achieving and Sustaining Elimination

Herpes Zoster Vaccines

Overview of the United States’ Immunization Program

The World of Immunization: Achievements, Challenges, and Strategic Vision for the Next Decade

 


Imaging in non-bacterial osteomyelitis in children and adolescents: diagnosis, differential diagnosis and follow-up—an educational review based on a literature survey and own clinical experiences.

6 Oct, 2021 | 08:43h | UTC

Imaging in non-bacterial osteomyelitis in children and adolescents: diagnosis, differential diagnosis and follow-up—an educational review based on a literature survey and own clinical experiences – Insights into Imaging

 


Editorial | Clinical ethics: consent for vaccination in children.

3 Oct, 2021 | 22:53h | UTC

Clinical ethics: consent for vaccination in children – Archives of Disease in Childhood

 


New analysis shows benefits of offering two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to children aged 12-17 clearly outweigh risks.

3 Oct, 2021 | 22:52h | UTC

News release: New analysis shows benefits of offering two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to children aged 12-17 clearly outweigh risks – The Royal Society of Medicine

Original report: Vaccinating adolescents against SARS-CoV-2 in England: a risk-benefit analysis

Related: Covid: Single jab recommended for 12 to 15-year-olds by UK’s top doctors.

 


ADA Consensus Report: The Management of Type 1 Diabetes in Adults.

3 Oct, 2021 | 22:38h | UTC

The management of type 1 diabetes in adults. A consensus report by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) – Diabetologia

News release: New comprehensive Consensus Report to manage type 1 diabetes launched by major diabetes organisations EASD and ADA – American Associatio of Diabetes

Related: Guideline: ADA 2021 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Neurological Effects of COVID-19 in Children.

1 Oct, 2021 | 10:40h | UTC

Neurological Effects of COVID-19 in Children – Pediatric Clinics of North America

 


Impact of COVID-19 on Pediatric Immunocompromised Patients.

1 Oct, 2021 | 10:36h | UTC

Impact of COVID-19 on Pediatric Immunocompromised Patients – Pediatric Clinics of North America

 


RCT: Smart glasses for radial arterial catheterization in pediatric patients.

30 Sep, 2021 | 10:17h | UTC

Smart Glasses for Radial Arterial Catheterization in Pediatric Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial – Anesthesiology

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Routine COVID testing doubles detection at 3 public schools.

29 Sep, 2021 | 10:16h | UTC

Routine COVID testing doubles detection at 3 public schools – CIDRAP

Original study: Assessment of a Program for SARS-CoV-2 Screening and Environmental Monitoring in an Urban Public School District – JAMA Network Open

Related: Cluster RCT: Daily contact testing of school-based contacts was non-inferior to self-isolation for control of COVID-19 transmission.

 


Opinion | Data from routine Covid testing can help schools stay open this year.

29 Sep, 2021 | 10:14h | UTC

Data from routine Covid testing can help schools stay open this year – STAT

Related: Cluster RCT: Daily contact testing of school-based contacts was non-inferior to self-isolation for control of COVID-19 transmission.

 


WHO and partners call for urgent action on meningitis – New meningitis strategy aims to save more than 200,000 lives annually.

29 Sep, 2021 | 10:06h | UTC

News release: WHO and partners call for urgent action on meningitis – New meningitis strategy aims to save more than 200,000 lives annually – World Health Organization

See guidance: Defeating meningitis by 2030: a global road map – World Health Organization

Commentaries:

WHO Launches First Global Strategy to Eliminate Bacterial Meningitis by 2030 – Health Policy Watch

LSHTM joins WHO to call for urgent action on meningitis – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter (thread – click for more)

 


Editorial: It’s time to send children back to school.

28 Sep, 2021 | 09:49h | UTC

It’s time to send children back to school – Nature Medicine

 


RCT: Effect of whole-genome sequencing on the clinical management of acutely ill infants with suspected genetic disease.

28 Sep, 2021 | 09:05h | UTC

Effect of Whole-Genome Sequencing on the Clinical Management of Acutely Ill Infants With Suspected Genetic Disease: A Randomized Clinical Trial – JAMA Pediatrics

 

Commentaries on Twitter

 


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