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1. Denver Developmental Screening Test II

Denver Developmental Screening Test II Denver Developmental Screening Test II Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Denver (...) Developmental Screening Test II Denver Developmental Screening Test II Aka: Denver Developmental Screening Test II , DDST-2 From Related Chapters II. Definition tool completed by clinicians III. Description Revised from original Denver Developmental Test Clinician assess 125 questions Requires 20-30 minutes to perform Available in English and Spanish IV. Efficacy Less class and race bias than original test Improved validity and sensitivity Higher false positive screens than first version : 56-83% : 43-80

2018 FP Notebook

2. Recommendations on screening for developmental delay

, attending to children at risk for or identified with development delay.Guidelines CMAJ 7 Other guidelines The 1994 task force guidelines 15,16 recommended inquiring about and recording the developmental milestones of all children at each well-baby visit. Additionally, these guidelines recommended against use of the Denver Developmental Screen- ing Test to assess asymptomatic children and found insufficient evidence for the use of other screening tests. The Denver Developmental Screening Test (...) against use of the Denver Developmental Screening Test; there was insufficient evidence to support the inclusion or exclusion of other screening instruments. Canadian Paediatric Society (2011) 41 The Canadian Paediatric Society released a position paper supporting an enhanced 18-month well-baby visit. As part of the enhanced 18-month visit, the society recommends that primary care providers in clinical settings incorporate use of an evidence-based health supervision guide, such as the Rourke Baby

2016 CPG Infobase

3. Denver Developmental Screening Test II

Denver Developmental Screening Test II Denver Developmental Screening Test II Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Denver (...) Developmental Screening Test II Denver Developmental Screening Test II Aka: Denver Developmental Screening Test II , DDST-2 From Related Chapters II. Definition tool completed by clinicians III. Description Revised from original Denver Developmental Test Clinician assess 125 questions Requires 20-30 minutes to perform Available in English and Spanish IV. Efficacy Less class and race bias than original test Improved validity and sensitivity Higher false positive screens than first version : 56-83% : 43-80

2015 FP Notebook

4. Developmental delays and psychiatric diagnoses are elevated in offspring staying in prisons with their mothers Full Text available with Trip Pro

Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders. A psychologist blind to maternal evaluations applied the Denver Developmental Screening Test II (DII-DST). Children/mothers were also evaluated by a child and adolescent psychiatrist via K-SADS-PL. Twenty-four mothers with a mean age of 29.3 years were included. Most common diagnoses in mothers were nicotine abuse (n = 17, 70.8%), specific phobia (n = 8, 33.3%), alcohol abuse (n = 7, 29.2%) and substance abuse (n = 5, 20.8%). Twenty-six children (53.9% female) were (...) Developmental delays and psychiatric diagnoses are elevated in offspring staying in prisons with their mothers The aim of the study was to describe the sociodemographic and clinical features of the mothers and their offspring staying with them in prison. The study was planned as a cross-sectional, single-center study of mothers residing in Tarsus Closed Women's Prison of Turkish Ministry of Justice along with their 0 to 6 years old offspring. Mothers were evaluated via Structured Clinical

2018 Scientific reports

5. Trajectories of Early Childhood Developmental Skills and Early Adolescent Psychotic Experiences: Findings from the ALSPAC UK Birth Cohort Full Text available with Trip Pro

in a semi-structured interview to assess PEs at age 12. Child development was measured using parental report at 6, 18, 30, and 42 months of age using a questionnaire of items adapted from the Denver Developmental Screening Test - II. Latent class growth analysis was used to generate trajectories over time for measures of fine and gross motor development, social, and communication skills. Logistic regression was used to investigate associations between developmental trajectories in each of these early (...) Trajectories of Early Childhood Developmental Skills and Early Adolescent Psychotic Experiences: Findings from the ALSPAC UK Birth Cohort Objective: The aim of this study was to use prospective data from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) to examine association between trajectories of early childhood developmental skills and psychotic experiences (PEs) in early adolescence. Method: This study examined data from n = 6790 children from the ALSPAC cohort who participated

2018 Frontiers in psychology

6. Screening and Diagnostic Tools for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children: A Review of Guidelines

, and Parents' Evaluations of Developmental Status questionnaires (more details in Appendix 6, Table 4). 2,4 Other tools, such as the Denver Developmental Screening Test-Revised (DDST-II) and the Revised Denver Pre- Screening Developmental Questionnaire (R-DPDQ) were identified but not recommended due to their insensitivity and lack of specificity. 2 Diagnosis Recommended ASD diagnostic tools included the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI- R), 2-4 the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) 3 (...) = Child Development Inventories; DDST-II = (formerly the) Denver Developmental Screening Test-Revised; PEDS = Parents' Evaluations of Developmental Status; R-DPDQ = The Revised Denver Pre-Screening Developmental Questionnaire a Definitions of the strength of the recommendations (Standard, Guideline, Practice Option), Appendix 3. 2 b Sensitive and specific developmental screening instrument 4 Table 5: ASD Screening Tool Sensitivity and Specificity Ranges Reported by Nachshen et al. 3 Tools Sensitivity

2013 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

7. The Validity of the Bayley-III and DDST-II in Preterm Infants With Neurodevelopmental Impairment: A Pilot Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Validity of the Bayley-III and DDST-II in Preterm Infants With Neurodevelopmental Impairment: A Pilot Study To identify the usefulness of both the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, 3rd edition (Bayley-III) and Denver Developmental Screening Test II (DDST-II) in preterm babies with neurodevelopmental impairment, considering the detection rate as regulation of criteria.Retrospective medical chart reviews which included the Bayley-III and DDST-II, were conducted for 69 preterm (...) babies. Detection rate of neurodevelopmental impairment in preterm babies were investigated by modulating scaled score of the Bayley-III. The detection rate of DDST-II was identified by regarding more than 1 caution as an abnormality. Then detection rates of each corrected age group were verified using conventional criteria.When applying conventional criteria, 22 infants and 35 infants were detected as preterm babies with neurodevelopmental impairment, as per the Bayley-III and DDST-II evaluation

2017 Annals of rehabilitation medicine

8. Screening preschool children for fine motor skills: environmental influence Full Text available with Trip Pro

Screening preschool children for fine motor skills: environmental influence [Purpose] The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of gender and family factors on performance in the fine motor domain of the Denver II developmental screening test. [Subjects and Methods] Data were obtained from 2038 healthy children, 999 boys (49%) and 1039 girls (51%) in four age groups: 0-24 months (57%), 25-40 months (21.1%), 41-56 months (10.4%), and 57-82 months (11.5%). [Results] Female gender (...) , higher maternal age, especially in children older than 24 months, and higher maternal education were associated with earlier accomplishment of fine motor items. Higher socioeconomic status was correlated with fine motor skills more noticeably at young ages. [Conclusion] The results of this study support the role of environmental factors in the interpretation of fine motor test results and point to target groups for intervention, such as infants in the low socioeconomic group and preschool children

2016 Journal of physical therapy science

9. Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Autism (Overview)

. [ ] Having parents fill out the Autism Screening Checklist can identify children who merit further assessment for possible autism. See the image below for a printable version of the checklist. The significance of answers to individual Autism Screening Checklist items is as follows: Item 1- A "yes" occurs in healthy children and children with some pervasive developmental disorders; a "no" occurs in children with autism, Rett syndrome, and other developmental disorders. Item 2 - A "yes" occurs in healthy (...) -by-case basis. (See Treatment.) Practice guidelines The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's practice guidelines for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with ASD include the following recommendations: [ , ] Questions about core symptoms of ASD should be a routine part of psychiatric and developmental assessments of young children. If screening reveals significant ASD symptomatology, a thorough evaluation should be performed and possible comorbid diagnoses should

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

10. Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Autism (Treatment)

of a favorable outcome. Thus, regular screening of infants and toddlers for symptoms and signs of autistic disorder is crucial because it allows for early identification of these patients. Individuals with autism spectrum disorder and unspecified pervasive developmental disorder typically benefit from behaviorally oriented therapeutic programs developed specifically for this population. Autistic children should be placed in these specialized programs as soon as the diagnosis is entertained. Parents, teachers (...) disorder may not benefit from social skills training. [ ] In a 2-year randomized, controlled trial, children who received the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), a comprehensive developmental behavioral intervention for improving outcomes of toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, showed significant improvements in IQ, adaptive behavior, and autism diagnosis compared with children who received intervention commonly available in the community. [ ] A follow-up electroencephalographic study showed

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

11. Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Autism (Follow-up)

of a favorable outcome. Thus, regular screening of infants and toddlers for symptoms and signs of autistic disorder is crucial because it allows for early identification of these patients. Individuals with autism spectrum disorder and unspecified pervasive developmental disorder typically benefit from behaviorally oriented therapeutic programs developed specifically for this population. Autistic children should be placed in these specialized programs as soon as the diagnosis is entertained. Parents, teachers (...) disorder may not benefit from social skills training. [ ] In a 2-year randomized, controlled trial, children who received the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), a comprehensive developmental behavioral intervention for improving outcomes of toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, showed significant improvements in IQ, adaptive behavior, and autism diagnosis compared with children who received intervention commonly available in the community. [ ] A follow-up electroencephalographic study showed

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

12. Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Autism (Diagnosis)

. [ ] Having parents fill out the Autism Screening Checklist can identify children who merit further assessment for possible autism. See the image below for a printable version of the checklist. The significance of answers to individual Autism Screening Checklist items is as follows: Item 1- A "yes" occurs in healthy children and children with some pervasive developmental disorders; a "no" occurs in children with autism, Rett syndrome, and other developmental disorders. Item 2 - A "yes" occurs in healthy (...) -by-case basis. (See Treatment.) Practice guidelines The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's practice guidelines for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with ASD include the following recommendations: [ , ] Questions about core symptoms of ASD should be a routine part of psychiatric and developmental assessments of young children. If screening reveals significant ASD symptomatology, a thorough evaluation should be performed and possible comorbid diagnoses should

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

13. Concurrent Validity and Feasibility of Short Tests Currently Used to Measure Early Childhood Development in Large Scale Studies Full Text available with Trip Pro

the feasibility, reliability, and concurrent validity of three multi-dimensional screeners (Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ-3), Denver Developmental Screening Test (Denver-II), Battelle Developmental Inventory screener (BDI-2)) and two single-domain tests (MacArthur-Bates Short-Forms (SFI and SFII), WHO Motor Milestones (WHO-Motor)) in 1,311 children 6-42 months in Bogota, Colombia. The scores were compared with those on the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development (Bayley-III), taken as the 'gold (...) standard'. The Bayley-III was given at a center by psychologists; whereas the short tests were administered in the home by interviewers, as in a survey setting. Findings indicated good internal validity of all short tests except the ASQ-3. The BDI-2 took long to administer and was expensive, while the single-domain tests were quickest and cheapest and the Denver-II and ASQ-3 were intermediate. Concurrent validity of the multi-dimensional tests' cognitive, language, and fine motor scales

2016 PloS one

14. The impact of care farms on quality of life, depression and anxiety among different population groups: A systematic review Full Text available with Trip Pro

of study methodologies, including qualitative studies 5 METHODS 5.1 General approach We conducted a mixed methods synthesis using a sequential explanatory approach (Pluye & Hong, ) that involved the development of an intervention framework based on existing theories. These theories propose how care farming might work, and our review used qualitative and quantitative evidence to test the processes and outcomes suggested by these theories. This approach is valuable in identifying possible mechanisms (...) of a number of components and search terms using subject headings and text words, truncation, and phrase searching where appropriate (Appendix 12.1). Alerting systems were set up in databases (where available) to keep the reviewers aware of any studies published during the time frame of the review. The full search strategy can be found in Appendix 12.2. 5.4 Data collection and analysis 5.4.1 Selection of studies We used a two stage screening process to identify eligible studies. Screening 1: Titles

2019 Campbell Collaboration

15. The Foyer model for homeless youth: a systematic mapping review

REFERENCES 44 APPENDIX 46 Appendix 1. Glossary 46 Appendix 2. Search strategy 48 Appendix 3. Screening form 53 Appendix 4. Unavailable references (n=3) 53 4 Content Appendix 5. Non-foyer studies (n=24) 54 5 Hovedbudskap Hovedbudskap Område for helsetjenester i Folkehelseinstituttet ved Seksjon for velferdstjenester fikk i oppdrag av Husbanken å utføre en kart- legging av den empiriske forskningen om Foyer-modellen. Det er en pakkeløsning med bopel og integrerte støtteordninger for unge i alderen 16-24 år (...) . bopel, hjelp til ut- danning, opplæring, jobbsøking og livsferdigheter). De inkluderte studiene hadde ulike forskningsfokus, og vi grupperte dem derfor i tre kategorier: i) tiltaksevalueringer (ni studier), ii) erfaringer med å være i en foyer (seks studier), iii) den siste kategorien (an- net) inkluderte én studie om psykiske helsetjenester i foyers i Storbritannia og én stu- die om den finansielle situasjonen til foyers. De vanligste utfallene i tiltaksevalueringene var bosted, utdanning, arbeid

2018 Norwegian Institute of Public Health

16. School?based interventions for reducing disciplinary school exclusion: a systematic review Full Text available with Trip Pro

in the literature examined. Indeed, differences in use, extent and recording (i.e., unreported exclusions) make an international estimation challenging. In , the reader will find information regarding the use of exclusion in a sample of high‐ and middle‐income countries. The information is limited to a convenience sample involving twelve different cases to allow an overview of i) the types of exclusion used in these countries, ii) the length of the sanction, iii) the authority responsible for determining (...) to have a clear role in predicting exclusion. For other variables of interest such as sex, age or socio‐economic status most of the evidence is limited to bivariate associations. Regarding the outcomes, while there is a stark link between misbehaviour (e.g., school drop‐out and delinquency) and school exclusion, there is no clear causal relationship. Notwithstanding decades of research on school exclusion and its impact on later behaviour, we are still at an initial stage for testing causal

2018 Campbell Collaboration

17. Evaluation and Management of the Child and Adult With Fontan Circulation: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association Full Text available with Trip Pro

of knowledge on the Fontan circulation and its consequences. A proposed surveillance testing toolkit provides recommendations for a range of acceptable approaches to follow-up care for the patient with Fontan circulation. Gaps in knowledge and areas for future focus of investigation are highlighted, with the objective of laying the groundwork for creating a normal quality and duration of life for these unique individuals. As ever-greater numbers of patients with single-ventricle types of congenital heart (...) and peak oxygen consumption on exercise testing, or chronotropic incompetence, identifies patients at increased risk for early mortality. , These studies emphasize the importance of serial exercise testing in older patients with Fontan circulation and highlight a potential role for consideration of early atrial rate-responsive pacing to augment the heart rate response to exertion. Some surgical studies have reported that the presence of a pacemaker is a risk factor for death, transplantation, or Fontan

2019 American Heart Association

18. Child Abuse, Elder Abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence

NS, Wolford JE, Berger RP . Missed opportunities to diagnose child physical abuse. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2014; 30(11): 771-6. ASSESSMENT CLINICAL SCREENING Key Points z A positive clinical screen identifies patients with higher probability of physical abuse that requires additional testing or evaluation. z Screening tools with reasonable validity evidence include TEN-4 FACESp BCDR, burns, and head injury (PEDIBIRN, PIBIS, PredAHT). z Ongoing education about child abuse screening is important (...) by the application of tests, examinations, history or other procedures which can be applied rapidly.” 1 A positive screen identifies patients with higher probability of abuse that require additional testing or evaluation. However, screening does not lead to a diagnosis of abuse, and an initial negative screen does not “rule out” abuse. Screening must occur across the trauma/emergency care continuum (emergency department [ED], intensive care unit [ICU], medical-surgical units, and rehabilitation

2019 American College of Surgeons

19. Achieving Health Equity in Preventive Services

of randomized controlled trials of the overall effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates 103 Figure 6. Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of the effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates by screening test, where subgroup results include all relevant studies 104 Figure 7. Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of the effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates by screening adherence at baseline 105 Figure 8. Meta-analysis (...) of randomized controlled trials of the effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates by followup time 106 Figure 9. Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of the effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates by study quality 107 Figure 10. Meta-analysis of observational studies of the effect of patient navigation on colorectal cancer screening rates by screening test 108 xi Figure 11. Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of the effect of patient

2019 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

20. Statin Safety and Associated Adverse Events: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association Full Text available with Trip Pro

Share on Jump to Free Access article , MD, FAHA, Chair , FRCPath, PhD , MD, PhD, FAHA , MD, FAHA, Vice Chair , PharmD, MSPH, FAHA , MD, FAHA , MD , MD, FAHA , MD, FAHA , MD, MPH, FAHA , MD, FAHA , MD, FAHA , MD , PhD, FAHA , MD, PhD, FAHA Connie B. Newman , David Preiss , Jonathan A. Tobert , Terry A. Jacobson , Robert L. Page II , Larry B. Goldstein , Clifford Chin , Lisa R. Tannock , Michael Miller , Geetha Raghuveer , P. Barton Duell , Eliot A. Brinton , Amy Pollak , Lynne T. Braun , Francine K (...) to the pharmacological properties of the drug. Most clinical trials report the numbers of patients stopping the study medication because of any adverse event. The difference between the test agent and placebo is a good measure of the overall tolerability of the agent, provided that the blind remains secure throughout the trial. 1.2. Randomized Controlled Trials In the evaluation of the safety of a drug used long term, the most reliable data are derived from properly designed and conducted large, long-term, double

2019 American Gastroenterological Association Institute

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