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Research & Reviews 6,508 results
The Journal of Pediatrics; de Vos TW, van Zagten M et. al.
Mar 19th, 2023 - To evaluate the neurodevelopmental outcome at school age in children newly diagnosed with fetal neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia (FNAIT). This observational cohort study included children diagnosed with FNAIT between 2002 and 2014. Children we...
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance; Peña-González I, Javaloyes A et. al.
Mar 18th, 2023 - Force production is crucial in football, and it is the main limitation of people with cerebral palsy (CP). This study aimed to describe the changes in sprint force-velocity (Fv) profile after a period of 25 weeks of regular training in internation...
Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics; Kato M, Arai H et. al.
Mar 18th, 2023 - To investigate the factors that contribute to subjective quality of life (QOL) in adolescents with cerebral palsy (CP). We evaluated the subjective QOL in 51 adolescents with CP through interviews using the Japanese version of KIDSCREEN-27 (J-KIDS...
Pediatrics Tréluyer L, Chevallier M et. al.
Mar 16th, 2023 - The objectives were to describe mortality and causes of death in children with intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) and to study neurodevelopmental outcomes. The study was a secondary analysis of the French national prospective and population-based c...
BMC Infectious Diseases; Nordvall D, Drobin D et. al.
Mar 16th, 2023 - In preparation of future pandemics, it is important to recognise population-level determinants associated with development of severe illness before efficient vaccines and evidence-based therapeutic measures are available. The aim of this study was...
Guidelines 4 results
BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.); Bromham N, Dworzynski K et. al.
Mar 21st, 2019 - Cerebral palsy in adults: summary of NICE guidance.|2019|Bromham N,Dworzynski K,Eunson P,Fairhurst C, ,|etiology,complications,psychology,rehabilitation,organization & administration,standards,etiology,etiology,etiology,
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Simm PJ, Biggin A et. al.
Mar 6th, 2018 - Bisphosphonate therapy is the mainstay of pharmacological intervention in young people with skeletal fragility. The evidence of its use in a variety of conditions remains limited despite over three decades of clinical experience. On behalf of the ...
European Journal of Neurology; Love SC, Novak I et. al.
Jul 17th, 2010 - Botulinum neurotoxin type-A (BoNT-A) has been used in association with other interventions in the management of spasticity in children with cerebral palsy (CP) for almost two decades. This consensus statement is based on an extensive review of the...
Neurology Ashwal S, Michelson D et. al.
Sep 16th, 2009 - To make evidence-based recommendations concerning the evaluation of the child with microcephaly. Relevant literature was reviewed, abstracted, and classified. RECOMMENDATIONS were based on a 4-tiered scheme of evidence classification. Microcephaly...
Drugs 356 results see all →
Clinicaltrials.gov 1,232 results
Mar 10th, 2023 - Current study concluded that reverse walking with and without whole body vibration were effective in improving postural balance, reach and quality of life in cerebral palsy children. However (whole body vibration+ reverse walking) provides more cl...
Mar 10th, 2023 - While various complex pathologies of the developmental age, such as Infantile Cerebral Palsy or Neuromuscular Diseases, are notoriously considered causes of alteration of locomotor development, it is scarcely known whether conditions much more fre...
Mar 9th, 2023 - Early spontaneous leg movements will be measured monthly from 1-4 months of age. Infants who remain at high risk for CP by month 4 as measured by the General Movements Assessment and the Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP) at 4 months of age w...
Mar 9th, 2023 - Despite advances in the assessment and treatment of symptoms, including pain in adolescents receiving palliative care, parents still report that their children suffer. Advances in medical science and care have led to a growing number of children l...
Mar 9th, 2023 - This is a prospective double-masked randomized controlled trial.
News 374 results
Mar 7th, 2023 - Regular distressing dreams during childhood were significantly associated with higher risks of developing cognitive impairment or Parkinson's disease by age 50. (eClinicalMedicine) Alzheimer's blood biomarkers of phosphorylated tau and amyloid bet...
Feb 15th, 2023 - Despite similar kidney transplant outcomes, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) were less likely than the general population to be evaluated for transplant and less likely to receive one, a propensity-score matched analys...
Donald Egan, MD, MPH
Jan 24th, 2023 - What does a doctor look like? Throughout history, this concept has shifted due to societal norms and increased access to medical education. Today, the idea of a physician has expanded to incorporate a myriad of people; however, stigma still exists.
Jan 17th, 2023 - A new prognostic model for identification of term-born neonates at increased risk for cerebral palsy (CP) may have brought better outcomes through early intervention one step closer. The model, based on 12 clinical variables, improved the predicti...
Dec 5th, 2022 - The offspring of mothers who sustain unintentional injuries during pregnancy appear to have a modest 33% increased risk of developing cerebral palsy (CP) – higher when injuries are more severe, multiple, or lead to delivery soon afterward, a Canad.