In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about follow-up care for cancer survivors, diagnosis of hematogenous osteomyelitis, and type 1 and type 2 diabetes in pediatric patients. He also writes about the differences in earning potential for pediatric and adult physicians.
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about new guidelines for the evaluation and management of well-appearing febrile infants and updated treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections.
In this commentary, John W. Harrington, MD, writes about the struggles faced by some young adults with autism when finding employment and staying employed, managing work-related stress, and misinterpreting social interactions.
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about updates to recommendations on the prevention of sudden cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death in patients younger than age 25 years, a shift in thinking regarding obesity surgery, and the effectiveness of single-enantiomer medications.
In this month’s Pediatrics Top Paper, Brittany Perry, DO, writes about a study that compared the magnitude of positive depression screening results in adolescents across different approaches. She also writes about pre- and post-COVID-19 pandemic scores.
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, shares 3 top papers you may have missed, including research on using tympanostomy tubes or medical management for recurrent acute otitis media, treating attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder using medication, and the effect of COVID-19 on asthma exacerbations.
Barriers to Medical Technology Management in the Home Environment for Caregivers of Children With Medical Complexity
For this month’s Pediatrics Top Paper, Jordan N. Watson, MD, writes about a study that identified and described workarounds that families have developed to optimize medical device use for children with medical complexity.
In this article, Scott Vergano, MD, In this article, Scott Vergano, MD, writes about the top 3 articles you may have missed in April 2021, including changes in neurodevelopmental outcomes for children born extremely preterm, how sharing clinical notes affect the patient-physician relationship, and a clinician’s guide to next steps when a pediatric patient discloses a nonconforming gender identity.
In this month’s Pediatrics Top Paper, Brittany Perry, DO, writes about a study that evaluated whether a nurse-supervised community health worker model impacted asthma outcomes in children vs a mixed community health worker and nurse model.
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about the top 3 papers you may have missed in March 2021, including a study on short-course antimicrobial therapy for pediatric community-acquired pneumonia, a study on antibiotic choice and clinical outcomes in ambulatory children with community-acquired pneumonia, and steps that clinicians can take to combat anti-Asian sentiment.