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- The role of children in transmission of SARS-CoV-2: A rapid review
- Rapid Paediatrics and Child Health
- The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health
- Pediatric Rapid Response Systems: Identification and Treatment of Deteriorating Children
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The role of children in transmission of SARS-CoV-2: A rapid review
Gliosarcoma is a rare variant of IDH- wild type glioblastoma with both glial and mesenchymal differentiation. Citation: BMC Pediatrics 21 Content type: Research Article. Published on: 26 February The question of whether to treat patent ductus arteriosus PDA early or wait until symptoms appear remains high on the research agenda for neonatal medicine. Content type: Study protocol.
The content and landscape of global child health is increasingly complex. There is strong evidence for the effectiveness of local, national and institutional leadership in reducing child mortality, but this has not been a focus of global health initiatives. Interventions to strengthen health systems should include support for local leadership: building-up institutions of training, empowering national paediatric professional associations, creating opportunities for contribution and leadership at national, provincial and local level, and networks of support for staff working in child health in remote areas. In the poorer high mortality burden countries of the Pacific, to meet the clinical and public health gaps, there is a need for increases in the education of child health nurse practitioners, and development of systems of continuing professional development for paediatric doctors and nurses. Involvement in local research, especially that which contributes directly to critical issues in child health policy or strengthening national data systems builds capacity for leadership. This gap has been attributed to the failure to deliver essential health services in a timely, sustainable and equitable way to children who need them 3. Health systems in the poorer developing countries with high death rates for children are often described as weak.
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Rapid Paediatrics and Child Health
Defects of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells BM-MSCs in proliferation and differentiation are involved in the pathophysiology of aplastic anemia AA. Infusion of umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells UC-M Citation: BMC Pediatrics 21 Content type: Research article. Published on: 27 February
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health
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Introduction Journal of Advanced Pediatrics and Child Health is a global, peer reviewed open access journal. It has all the attributes of an open access journal and follows a peer review process to scrutinise the research work efficiently. The journal is a perfect media amongst scientific fraternity across the globe to initiate scientific discussion. The journal looks for advancing the knowledge repository in the fie
Pediatric Rapid Response Systems: Identification and Treatment of Deteriorating Children
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Rapid response systems RRSs aim to identify deteriorating hospitalized patients outside of the intensive care unit, respond quickly, and escalate to a higher level of care if needed. Despite a decade of evaluation, how to best design an RRS is still under study and debate. When considering your RRS, our recommendation is to start with the outcomes: what improvements in patient care are most needed in your environment? These may include reducing cardiac arrest or mortality, reducing critical deterioration, reducing length of stay in intensive care, or avoiding all preventable patient harm. The identification limb detects at-risk patients.