Top Cited Articles

Take a look through some of our most cited articles from the last two years and see why Archives of Disease in Childhood is one of the most highly-cited of all general paediatrics journals. All the articles below are free to access.

An alternative sensor-based method for glucose monitoring in children and young people with diabetes
Edge J, Acerini C, Campbell F, et al

Early and long-term outcome of infants born extremely preterm
Johnson S, Marlow N

The UK Paediatric Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Register: preliminary data
Ramaswami U, Cooper J, Humphries SE

Developing a paediatric drug formulary for the Netherlands
van der Zanden TM, de Wildt SN, Liem Y on behalf of the Dutch Paediatric Pharmacotherapy Expertise Network NKFK (Nederlands Kenniscentrum voor Farmacotherapie bij Kinderen), et al

Epidemiology of blindness in children
Solebo AL, Teoh L, Rahi J

Is physiological glucocorticoid replacement important in children?
Porter J, Blair J, Ross RJ

Non-specific effects of vaccines: plausible and potentially important, but implications uncertain
Pollard AJ, Finn A, Curtis N

Pseudotumor cerebri syndrome in childhood: incidence, clinical profile and risk factors in a national prospective population-based cohort study
Matthews Y, Dean F, Lim MJ, et al

An increase in accident and emergency presentations for adverse events following immunisation after introduction of the group B meningococcal vaccine: an observational study
Nainani V, Galal U, Buttery J, et al

‘I have to live with the decisions I make’: laying a foundation for decision making for children with life-limiting conditions and life-threatening illnesses
Bluebond-Langner M, Hargrave D, Henderson EM, et al

Acute otitis media guidelines in selected developed and developing countries: uniformity and diversity
Ovnat Tamir S, Shemesh S, Oron Y, et al

Psychological maladjustment and quality of life in adolescents with constipation
Ranasinghe N, Devanarayana NM, Benninga MA, et al

Outcomes of infants born near term
Gill JV, Boyle EM

Quality of life among children with spina bifida in Uganda
Sims-Williams HJ, Sims-Williams HP, Mbabazi Kabachelor E, et al

Evaluation of newborn sickle cell screening programme in England: 2010-2016
Streetly A, Sisodia R, Dick M, et al

Abusive head trauma and the triad: a critique on behalf of RCPCH of ‘Traumatic shaking: the role of the triad in medical investigations of suspected traumatic shaking’
Debelle GD, Maguire S, Watts P On behalf of the Child Protection Standing Committee, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, et al

Live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV): recent effectiveness results from the USA and implications for LAIV programmes elsewhere
Pebody R, McMenamin J, Nohynek H

Cognitive trajectories from infancy to early adulthood following birth before 26 weeks of gestation: a prospective, population-based cohort study
Linsell L, Johnson S, Wolke D, et al

Treatment and management of children with haemolytic uraemic syndrome
Walsh PR, Johnson S

A qualitative feasibility study to inform a randomised controlled trial of fluid bolus therapy in septic shock
O’Hara CB, Canter RR, Mouncey PR, et al

Diagnostic delay in Canadian children with inflammatory bowel disease is more common in Crohn’s disease and associated with decreased height
Ricciuto A, Fish JR, Tomalty DE, et al

These are the top ten most cited Drugs & Therapy papers in Archives of Disease in Childhood from the last two years.

Developing a paediatric drug formulary for the Netherlands
van der Zanden T M., de Wildt S N., Liem, Y et al

Systematic review of the toxicity of short-course oral corticosteroids in children
Aljebab F, Choonara I, Conroy S

Variation in paediatric hospital antibiotic guidelines in Europe
Spyridis N, Syridou G, Goossens, H et al

C-reactive protein point-of-care testing in acutely ill children: a mixed methods study in primary care
Van den Bruel A, Jones C, Thompson M et al

An increase in accident and emergency presentations for adverse events following immunisation after introduction of the group B meningococcal vaccine: an observational study
Nainani V, Galal U, Buttery J et al

Ensuring safe anaesthesia for neonates, infants and young children: what really matters
Weiss M, Hansen T. G, Engelhardt T

Licensed medicines, off-label use or evidence-based. Which is most important?
Bonati M, Jacqz-Aigrain E, Choonara I

The long-term outcomes of atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome: a national surveillance study
Durkan A M, Kim S, Craig J et al

Safe and effective pharmacotherapy in infants and preschool children: importance of formulation aspects
van Riet-Nales D A, Schobben A F. A. M, Vromans H et al

Usage of unpublished paediatric data
Saint-Raymond A, Pelle B, Zaccaria C et al