Care Coordination Reduced Hospitalizations in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Care
Hospitalization rates from the baseline to Cycle 3 decreased 19% from 0.52/person/year to 0.43/person/year
Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis Safe for Pediatrics With Critical Asthma
There were no episode of gastrointestinal bleeding, transfusion of packed red blood cells, or octreotide infusions observed.
Crisaborole Improves Sleep Outcomes in Pediatric Patients with Atopic Dermatitis
Investigators collected data from several studies which tested the efficacy of the ointment on pediatric populations affected by atopic dermatitis and their families.
Jay Mehta, MD, MSEd: Sharing his Passion for Pediatric Rheumatology
Dr. Mehta talks about rheumatologic testing, joint examinations, and the great relationships he gets to develop with his patients.
Stephen W. Ponder, MD: Management of Type 1 Diabetes in Pediatric Patients
Dr. Ponder continued his discussion on technology use in pediatric T1D care, focusing on a multidisciplinary care angle and different concepts in treatment.
Paul S. Carbone, MD: Transitioning to Adult Care for Autism
Dr. Carbone presented about autism management during the 2021 AAP virtual conference.
Stephen W. Ponder, MD: Technologies in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Care
Dr. Ponder discusses the importance of both clinician and patient learning about new diabetic technologies, focusing on their utility and limitations in the care process.
Eugenia Chan, MD, MPH: Treating ADHD During a Pandemic
Dr. Chan said clinical practice guidelines ideally cover about 75% of patients with ADHD.
Ryan M. Buchholz, MD: Importance of Screening for Food Insecurity
Dr. Buchholz discussed the idea of screening and intervening in patients with food insecurity, both in the clinical setting and in the community.
Simona Bujoreanu, PhD: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Managing Chronic Pain
Dr. Bujoreanu explains how treatments like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can have a positive impact on chronic pain in pediatric patients.
Sheilagh M. Maguiness, MD, FAAP: Managing Hair and Nail Disorders in Pediatric Patients
Dr. Maguiness speaks of new forms of tinea capitis not traditionally seen in the United States, as well as common practices shared between parents and clinicians for the management of several hair and nail disorders.
Children with CHD Hospitalized for Pneumonia At High-Risk of Comorbidities
A significantly increased risk of hospitalization from pneumonia was observed due to haemophilus influenzae.
Simona Bujoreanu, PhD: the Biopsychosocial Model of Chronic Pain
During this video interview, Dr. Bujoreanu expresses the importance of the multidisciplinary approach of the biopsychosocial model in chronic pain treatment.
Paul S. Carbone, MD: Risk Factors for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Children are now screened for autism at 18 and 24 months.
Elena B. Hawryluk, MD, PhD: Detailing Acne Vulgaris Management
Dr. Hawryluk noted that acne is estimated to affect 35%-95% of pediatric patients worldwide, though proper diagnosis and treatment of this dermatological condition is possible.
Lack of Specialist Care, Low CAM Ratio Associated with Pediatric Asthma
Dr. Owotomo and fellow investigators evaluated 1298 children from the Washington DC area and found that called for greater asthma care by pulmonologists and allergists alike.
Ryan M. Buchholz, MD: The Relationship Between Food Insecurity and Health
Dr. Buchholz discusses who is most at-risk of food insecurity and comorbid factors that stem from lack of access to healthy food.
Overlap in Clinical Features of MIS-C, Kawasaki Disease Complicates Diagnosis
Fever is present in both KD and MIS-C, but there is lower prevalence of the 5 KD defining clinical features in MIS-C.
Jay Mehta, MD, MSEd: Understanding Pediatric Rheumatologic Lab Results
Dr. Mehta highlights some of the challenges that come with treating pediatric rheumatology patients and how he handles them.
YoungNa Lee-Kim, MD, MEd, FAAP: Interpreting Complete Blood Count
In this video interview, Dr. Lee-Kim explains the importance of understanding the results of a Complete Blood Count before rushing to refer a patient to a hematologist.
Elena B. Hawryluk, MD, PhD: Managing Atopic Dermatitis in Pediatric Patients
Dr. Hawryluk speaks of improving upon tolerability of existing therapies for atopic disease as well as promising new therapies on the horizon.
Christopher C. Erickson, MD: Screening for Risk of Cardiac Arrest in Children
Dr. Erickson discussed screening for children prone to sudden cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death based on an updated AAP policy statement.
More Attention Should be Paid to Immigrant Children With ADHD
Immigrant children were less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD compared to children of US born parents.
Ari R. Cohen, MD, FAAP: Epinephrine Recommended for Pediatric Anaphylaxis
Cohen believes the emergency injection is not only cost-effective but the ideal treatment method for protecting vulnerable pediatric groups with allergies.
Eugenia Chan, MD, MPH: Treating Complex ADHD in Pediatrics
The AAP guidelines for ADHD were first released in 2000 and last updated in 2019.
Ari R. Cohen, MD, FAAP: Diagnosing Anaphylaxis in Pediatric Populations
Cohen details some of the diagnostic criteria for anaphylaxis in pediatric populations, differences in symptoms among children and adolescents, and the virtues of epinephrine.
Marc P. Michalsky, MD: Challenges in Adolescent Bariatric Surgery
Dr. Michalsky observed challenges in pediatric bariatric surgery, specifically growing consensus on its use, the use of BMI, and access to treatment.
Marc P. Michalsky, MD: Expanding Use of Bariatric Surgery in Pediatrics
Dr. Michalsky discusses the utility of bariatric surgical options in patients with a high body mass index.
Jay Mehta, MD, MSEd: Rheumatologic Lab Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Pain
In this video interview, Dr. Jay Mehta discusses his presentation on pediatric rheumatology for the American Association of Pediatrics Conference.
Paul S. Carbone, MD: A Challenging Time for Autism Patients
Dr. Carbone will present during AAP 2021 about managing autism in pediatric practices.
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