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  • Original research
    Impaired grip strength in children with congenital heart disease
    Michael Meyer, Yi Wang, Leon Brudy, Anna-Luisa Häcker, Thorsten Schulz, Heidi Weberruss, Renate Oberhoffer, Peter Ewert, Jan Müller

    Physical fitness is an important aspect of wellness. In 569 long term survivors of CHD surgery both grip strength & health-related physical fitness (a 5 parameter composite) were reduced but the reductions were unrelated. Grip strength is easily assessed but is not a surrogate for the more complex tool.

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  • Original research
    M-ficolin: a valuable biomarker to identify leukaemia from juvenile idiopathic arthritis
    Ninna Brix, Mia Glerup, Steffen Thiel, Clara Elbæk Mistegaard, Regitze Gyldenholm Skals, Lillemor Berntson, Anders Fasth, Susan Mary Nielsen, Ellen Nordal, Marite Rygg, Henrik Hasle, Birgitte Klug Albertsen, Troels Herlin The Nordic Study Group of Pediatric Rheumatology (NoSPeR) group

    It is well recognised that ALL can present in a proportion as inflammatory arthritis.The authors present the role of a potential biomarker which may help in discriminating between leukemia and juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

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    Deciding with children
    John Massie

October 21, 2021

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    Haemoglobin and red blood cell reference intervals during infancy
    Sara Marie Larsson, Lena Hellström-Westas, Andreas Hillarp, Pia Karlsland Åkeson, Magnus Domellöf, Ulrica Askelöf, Cecilia Götherström, Ola Andersson

    Anaemia in childhood is a global health problem, however the WHO thresholds for haemoglobin levels & definition of anaemia during infancy are based on data from over 60 years ago and an update is long overdue. This review, by Larsson et al, of haemoglobin levels and reference intervals in Swedish infants reveals much narrower red blood cell reference intervals during infancy, highlighting the necessity of age definitions when presenting reference intervals.

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    Bed-sharing is a risk for sudden unexpected death in infancy
    David Tappin, Edwin A Mitchell, James Carpenter, Fern Hauck, Lynsay Allan
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    COVID-19 interventions in children: a balancing act
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    Marieke Emonts

October 16, 2021

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