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  • Original research
    Social communication skill attainment in babies born during the COVID-19 pandemic: a birth cohort study
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    Susan Byrne, Hailey Sledge, Ruth Franklin, Fiona Boland, Deirdre M Murray, Jonathan Hourihane on behalf of the CORAL Study group

    This study compares children pre-Covid with a cohort born during a lockdown period and finds that the latter group have less advanced social communication skills than the former. The reason may be due to limited exposure to social communication experience.

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  • Drug therapy
    Use of xylometazoline in hospitalised infants: is it safe? A retrospective cohort study
    Karlijn J van Stralen, Joyce E van Tol, Saskia N de Wildt, Matthijs L Becker, Marlies A van Houten

    Xylometazoline spray or drops were evaluated for safety when used for nasal decongestion in infants less than 2 years of age in a Dutch study - and the study concludes they appear to be safe.

  • Editorial
    There’s science… and then there might be policy change…
    C Ronny Cheung, Nick Brown
  • Original research
    Successful integration of newborn genetic testing into UK routine screening using prospective consent to determine eligibility for clinical trials
    Owen Martyn Bendor-Samuel, Tabitha Wishlade, Louise Willis, Parvinder Aley, Edward Choi, Rachel Craik, Yama Mujadidi, Ginny Mounce, Fenella Roseman, Arancha De La Horra Gozalo, James Bland, Nazia Taj, Ian Smith, Anette-Gabriele Ziegler, Ezio Bonifacio, Christiane Winkler, Florian Haupt, John A Todd, Laurent Servais, Matthew D Snape, Manu Vatish the GPPAD Study Group

    This study looked at the use of prospective consent for participation in a study using the newborn screening blood spot to evaluate a genetic risk score for Type 1 Diabetes. This score was used to identify individuals who were offered an opportunity to participate in an interventional trial. The methodology provides a model for future clinically relevant population based genetic research.

September 27, 2022

  • Review
    Liver disease in adolescents
    Sunitha Vimalesvaran, Marianne Samyn, Anil Dhawan

    This article gives an overview of liver disease in adolescents, covering initial evaluation, clinical management, and the importance of a holistic and developmentally appropriate approach.

September 26, 2022

  • Original research
    Influence of epidemics and pandemics on paediatric ED use: a systematic review
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    Damian Roland, Adam Gardiner, Darakhshan Razzaq, Katy Rose, Silvia Bressan, Kate Honeyford, Danilo Buonsenso, Liviana Da Dalt, Tisham De, Ruth Farrugia, Niccolo Parri, Rianne oostenbrink, Ian K Maconochie, Zsolt Bognar, Henriette A Moll, Luigi Titomanlio, Ruud Gerard Gerard Nijman in association with the REPEM network (Research in European Paediatric Emergency Medicine) as part of the EPISODES Study

    Through a systematic review, the authors assessed the impact of epidemics and pandemics on the utilisation of paediatric emergency care services, and found that epidemics have profound but extremely variable effects.

September 13, 2022

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  • Global child health
    Training packages for the use of child development tools in low/middle-income countries: a review
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    Maria Neocleous, Katelyn Hepworth, Vanessa Cavallera, Melissa Gladstone

    Essential to improvements in overall child health is an emphasis on helping children thrive as well as survive. This new emphasis will require a well-trained healthcare workforce in this regard. This paper reviews child development training packages in resource-limited settings.

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