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Albert P Rocchini

Albert P Rocchini | Editor-in-Chief

Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan, USA, Tel: 734-936-8993, 734-546-8017; Fax: 734-936-9470; Email: rocchini@umich.edu

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2020-04-02 Research Article

Pharmaco-economic study and cost of care for chronic diseases: Case of Haemophilia in Morocco

Khairoun C*, Khorassani M, Kili A, Hssissen L, Kababri M and Khattab M

Abstract

This paper is an attempt to enrich the literature about the role that can play some economic approaches, such as cost-effectiveness analysis, in order to help medical stuffs to decide about the treatment to adopt in case of a chronic disease such as Haemophilia. Data from mor...

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2020-03-10 Short Review

“Syndrome of Contractures and Deformities” according Prof. Hans Mau. Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment: Recommendations for parents

Tomasz Karski* and Jacek Karski

Abstract

In development of movement apparatus in small children, youth and – if not cured – in adults play the role two factors. First is connected with small disorders in brain – and in Pediatrics Orthopedic Departments we see very often children with the symptoms o...

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2020-03-10 Review Article

So-called idiopathic scoliosis – disfiguring deformity in children, pain problems in adults. Information about biomechanical etiology, classification and therapy

Tomasz Karski*

Abstract

In the article presented the etiology of the so-called idiopathic scoliosis (Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis [AIS]), new classification, there are given rules of therapy and causal prophylaxis. This knowledge is based on observations from 1984, but essentially from the years ...

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2020-02-05 Research Article

Case-based education to improve learning and faculty teaching of residents and students in a clinical setting

Elizabeth A Wetzel and Diane E Lorant*

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Introduction: Current pediatric residents spend less time in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and as a result, resident exposure to neonatal pathophysiology has decreased. Engaging learners efficiently while balancing clinical demands is challenging. P...

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2020-01-31 Research Article

Aripiprazole-induced seizures in children with autism spectrum disorder and epilepsy

Mohammed MS Jan*

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Purpose: Children with autism spectrum disorder are at an increased risk for developing seizures, which can be triggered by classical antipsychotics. Aripiprazole is an atypical antipsychotic that has a safer drug profile. The objective is to present the expe...

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2020-01-29 Research Article

Current childhood cancer survivor long-term follow-up practices in South Africa

Anel van Zyl*, Paul C Rogers and Mariana Kruger

Summary

Background: The number of childhood cancer survivors (CCSs) is increasing due to improved survival. Most suffer at least one treatment-related late effect, even decades after treatment, thus lifelong long-term follow-up (LTFU) care is a necessity. Currently no...

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2019-11-29 Clinical Image

Branchio Oculo Facial Syndrome

Maha Oudrhiri*, Toualouth L, Houda Oubejja, Fouad Ettayebi and Hicham Zerhouni

Clinical Image

A 3-month-old girl presented to the surgical consultation room with bilateral cleft lip incomplete. A girl weighing 4205 g, was born at term  after an uneventful pregnancy with a birth weight of 2500 g. There was no family history. On examination, a congenital, lin...

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2019-09-27 Research Article

Glycemic status and its effect in Neonatal Sepsis - A prospective study in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Nepal

Badri Kumar Gupta*, Binod Kumar Gupta, Amit Kumar Shrivastava, Pradeep Chetri

Abstract

Introduction: Sepsis is an important cause of morbidity and mortality among neonates. Neonatal sepsis can alter the glucose level and both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia may occur. A high or low blood glucose level may have a significant effect on the outcome...

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2019-09-03 Research Article

Does it matter what a mother consumes? An anthropological exploration of dietary practices among Churachandpur (Manipur) pregnant women and its impact on infant birth weight

Evelyn Ngaithianven, JS Sehrawat* and Reetinder Kaur

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Background: Nutritional status of expectant women is an important indicator of healthy pregnancy and an ideal birth weight of the infant. The present study is an attempt to understand food eating practices and related taboos among the Paite women and whether ...

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2019-08-08 Research Article

Prevalence of ESBL urinary tract infection in children

Galia ZA Awean, Khalil Salameh*, Hala Elmohamed, Hoor Alshmayt and Mohamed Riad Bur Omer

Background

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the extremely popular causes of febrile illness in children, demanding antimicrobial therapy [1]. Overall, 8% of females and 2% of males, experience at least one incident of UTI by seven years of age, and recurrence takes place in up ...

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