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. Infant, Premature, Diseases/ 4. Infant, Low Birth Weight/ 5. exp Infant, Very Low Birth Weight/ 6. Intensive Care, Neonatal/ 7. Intensive Care Units, Neonatal/ 8. ((premature or preterm) adj3 (infant* or baby or child* or newborn or neonate* or birth*)).ab,kw,ti 9. prematurity.ab,kw,ti 10. or/1-9 136 298 Intervention: 11. exp Family Relations/ 12. Object Attachment/ 13. Early Intervention/ 14. "infant cue*".ab,kw,ti. 15. ((developmental or family) adj3 care).ab,kw,ti. 16. (parent* adj6 (sensitiv (...) unit’/de 5. prematurity:ti,ab,kw 6. ((premature OR preterm) NEAR/3 (infant* OR baby OR child* OR newborn OR neonate* OR birth*)):ti,ab,kw 7. 1 OR 2 OR […] 6 215 706 Intervention: 8. ‘parent counseling’/de 9. ‘child parent relation’/exp 10. ((developmental OR family) NEAR/2 care):ti,ab,kw 11. (parent* NEAR/5 (sensitiv* OR responsiv* OR program*)):ti,ab,kw 12. ‘infant cue*’:ti, ab,kw 13. ((attachment or interaction) NEAR/5 (intervention* OR program* OR therapy));ti,ab,kw 14. ((mother* OR father
Infants born to hepatitis B-infected mothers: immunoglobulin policy Infants born to hepatitis B-infected mothers: immunoglobulin policy - GOV.UK Tell us whether you accept cookies We use about how you use GOV.UK. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. Accept all cookies You’ve accepted all cookies. You can at any time. Hide Search Guidance Infants born to hepatitis B-infected mothers: immunoglobulin policy Policy on the use (...) of passive immunisation with hepatitis B immunoglobulin (HBIG) for infants born to hepatitis B infected mothers. Published 12 August 2008 Last updated 17 January 2020 — From: Documents If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email . Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. Details This document summarises the policy and evidence for passive immunisation
[Effect of an intervention based on child-care centers to reduce risk behaviors for obesity in preschool children]. Preschool age is a critical stage for health promotion and prevention of obesity, which is an emerging public health problem in children. The aim of this study was to design and evaluate the effect of a multifaceted intervention based on child-care centers to reduce risk behaviors for obesity among preschool children.A 12-month cluster-randomized community trial was conducted (...) in 16 Mexican Institute of Social Security child-care centers in Mexico City. Children between 2 and 4 years of age enrolled in the selected child-care centers participated in the study. Intervention comprised 12 weekly curriculum sessions for the children, and six family workshops. Changes in children's dietary and physical activity, food availability at home, and maternal feeding styles were determined after 6 and 12 months. Changes within groups among stages, and between groups by stage were
Pregnant Women Who Have Periodontal Disease Are at an Increased Risk for Pre-Term Birth and/or a Low Birth Weight Child UTCAT3410, Found CAT view, CRITICALLY APPRAISED TOPICs University: | | ORAL HEALTH EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROGRAM View the CAT / Title Pregnant Women Who Have Periodontal Disease Are at an Increased Risk for Pre-Term Birth and/or a Low Birth Weight Child Clinical Question Are pregnant women who have periodontal disease at a higher risk for having pre-term birth or low birth (...) weight children compared to pregnant women who do not have periodontal disease? Clinical Bottom Line Pregnant women who have periodontal disease are at an increased risk for having a pre-term birth (PB) and/or low birth weight (LBW) child. This association is supported by several systematic reviews looking at pregnant women with periodontal disease and the occurrence of PB and LWB. Educating women of childbearing years and preventing periodontal disease could help reduce the amount of women
prior Child Protective Services (CPS) contact. 5 Sentinel Injuries Sentinel injuries are injuries suspicious for physical abuse. These are poorly explained visible or detectable minor injuries such as bruising, musculoskeletal, head or minor oral injury including torn labial frenum (or frenulum) in a pre- cruising infant. 6 Other authors expand the definition to include any injury with rates of abuse high enough to warrant routine evaluation for abuse. 6 Recognizing sentinel injuries provides (...) of Health and Human Services, 2018. 6. Berger RP , Lindberg DM. Early recognition of physical abuse: Bridging the gap between knowledge and practice. J Pediatr. 2018; 204: 16-23. 7. Petska HW, Sheets LK. Sentinel injuries: subtle findings of physical abuse. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2014; 61(5): 923-35. 8. Sheets LK, Leach ME, Koszewski IJ, et al. Sentinel injuries in infants evaluated for child physical abuse. Pediatrics. 2013; 131(4): 701-7. 9. Martrille L, Cattaneo C, Dorandeu A, Baccino E
A New Recalibrated Four-Category Child-Pugh Score Performs Better than the Original Child-Pugh and MELD Scores in Predicting In-Hospital Mortality in Decompensated Alcoholic Cirrhotic Patients with Acute Variceal Bleeding: a Real-World Cohort Analysis There currently is no consensus on how to accurately predict early rebleeding and death after a major variceal bleed. This study investigated the relative predictive performances of the original Child-Pugh (CP), model for end-stage liver disease (...) (MELD) and a four-category recalibrated Child-Pugh (rCP).This prospective study included all adult patients admitted to Groote Schuur Hospital with acute esophageal variceal bleeding secondary to alcoholic cirrhosis, between January 2000 and December 2017. CP and rCP grades and MELD score were calculated on admission, and the predictive ability in discriminating in-hospital rebleeding and death was compared by area under receiver-operating characteristic (AUROC) curves.During the study period, 403
Impact of a complementary feeding intervention and mother's perceptions of child weight status in infants. Introduction: if complementary feeding is not introduced at six months or if it is inadequate, the child's growth will be affected. Objective: to evaluate the impact of a complementary feeding intervention and the mothers' perceptions of child weight status (MPCW) on growth indicators. Method: this was a quasi-experimental intervention in 19 mother-child dyads with seven workshops given (...) to the intervention group (IG). Mothers were asked when, why, and how food groups should be introduced according to their beliefs and experience. Growth indicators were Z-scores for length-for-age (ZLA) and weight-for-length (ZWL). MPCW was measured using the question: "do you think your child is: 'a little underweight or underweight', 'more or less at a normal weight', 'a little overweight' or 'definitely overweight'?" Number of breastfed times, number of feeding times and minimal dietary diversity
Evaluation of the Febrile Infant Evaluation of the Febrile Infant | Emergency Medicine | Washington University in St. Louis Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Loading... Welcome Our Team Sections Education Alumni Research ECRC Journal Club Events Jermyn Lectures Open Search Vignette You are moonlighting in your local, community ED when the parents of a 26-dayold female infant bring their daughter in for evaluation of fever. The child felt warm to the touch this morning and her mother checked (...) a rectal temperature, which was 100 degrees F. Later that day, they checked temperature again and it was 101. The child has still been breastfeeding well, nursing for 30 to 45 minutes every 2 to 3 hours. She was born via spontaneous vaginal delivery at 38 weeks EGA with no known complications. The mother believes her GBS was negative. The patient was discharged home with mom and has been doing well until today. No siblings in the house. On exam, the infant is well-appearing with no focus of infection
Association Between Rotavirus Vaccination and Risk of Intussusception Among Neonates and Infants: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis The conclusions from the multiple randomized clinical trials exploring the relationship between development of intussusception and rotavirus vaccination among neonates and infants have been controversial.To evaluate the association between rotavirus vaccination and risk of intussusception.For this systematic review and meta-analysis, PubMed, Web of Science (...) , Cochrane library, and Embase databases were searched from January 1, 1999, through December 31, 2018, using no language restrictions. The search terms were rotavirus or RV (rotavirus vaccine) or HRV (human rotavirus vaccine), vaccin*, and intussusception.Randomized clinical trials of neonates and infants that compared the risk of intussusception after the vaccination with a placebo group were included.A fixed-effects model was used to pool the data. Statistical heterogeneity was assessed with Q test
Text messaging for maternal and infant retention in prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission services: A pragmatic stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trial in Kenya Timely diagnosis of infant HIV infection is essential for antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation. In a randomized controlled trial, we found the Texting Improves Testing (TextIT) intervention (a theory-based text messaging system) to be efficacious for improving infant HIV testing rates and maternal retention in prevention (...) of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) programs. Using an implementation science approach, we aimed to evaluate real-world effectiveness of the intervention.In a pragmatic, cluster-randomized, stepped-wedge trial with 2 time periods of observation, we randomly allocated 10 clinics to begin implementing the intervention immediately and 10 clinics to begin implementing 6 months later. To approximate real-world conditions, inclusion criteria were broad. Women at clinics implementing the intervention
they look at food on your plate and watch you eat. • Reach out for your food. • Open their mouth when offered food on a spoon. These signs happen at different times for different babies. If your baby is not eating solid foods by seven months of age, discuss this with your child health nurse, doctor or dietitian. ASCIA INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS, CONSUMERS AND CARERS 3 Q 7: How should solid foods be introduced? • Learning to eat solid foods takes time, so be patient with your baby. • Offer your baby foods (...) of foods. • If your baby is having feeding problems discuss this with your child health nurse, doctor or dietitian. Q 8: In what order should solid foods be introduced? • Solid foods can be introduced in any order. However, iron rich foods need to be included around six months of age (not before four months). These include iron enriched (fortified) cereals, meats, poultry, fish, well cooked egg, tofu and legumes (such as chick peas). • You may choose to introduce one new food at each meal time so
Controlled Trial of Two Incremental Milk-Feeding Rates in Preterm Infants. Observational data have shown that slow advancement of enteral feeding volumes in preterm infants is associated with a reduced risk of necrotizing enterocolitis but an increased risk of late-onset sepsis. However, data from randomized trials are limited.We randomly assigned very preterm or very-low-birth-weight infants to daily milk increments of 30 ml per kilogram of body weight (faster increment) or 18 ml per kilogram (...) (slower increment) until reaching full feeding volumes. The primary outcome was survival without moderate or severe neurodevelopmental disability at 24 months. Secondary outcomes included components of the primary outcome, confirmed or suspected late-onset sepsis, necrotizing enterocolitis, and cerebral palsy.Among 2804 infants who underwent randomization, the primary outcome could be assessed in 1224 (87.4%) assigned to the faster increment and 1246 (88.7%) assigned to the slower increment. Survival
Effect of community-initiated kangaroo mother care on survival of infants with low birthweight: a randomised controlled trial. Coverage of kangaroo mother care remains very low despite WHO recommendations for its use for babies with low birthweight in health facilities for over a decade. Initiating kangaroo mother care at the community level is a promising strategy to increase coverage. However, knowledge of the efficacy of community-initiated kangaroo mother care is still lacking. We aimed (...) to assess the effect of community-initiated kangaroo mother care provided to babies weighing 1500-2250 g on neonatal and infant survival.In this randomised controlled, superiority trial, undertaken in Haryana, India, we enrolled babies weighing 1500-2250 g at home within 72 h of birth, if not already initiated in kangaroo mother care, irrespective of place of birth (ie, home or health facility) and who were stable and feeding. The first eligible infants in households were randomly assigned (1:1