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Management of Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity in the Pediatric Patient.

Jenna W Bartlett, Pamela L Walker,

Calcium channel blockers (CCBs) are commonly prescribed cardiovascular medications used in several disease states including hypertension, coronary artery disease, and atrial fibrillation. Inadvertent exposure or intentional overdose of CCBs may result in hypotension, bradycardia, dysrhythmias, conduction disturbances, and hyperglycemia. In the most severe cases, CCB toxicity can lead to rapid ... Read more >>

J Pediatr Pharmacol Ther (The journal of pediatric pharmacology and therapeutics : JPPT : the official journal of PPAG)
[2019, 24(5):378-389]

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Oral Food Challenge.

Mauro Calvani, Annamaria Bianchi, Chiara Reginelli, Martina Peresso, Alessia Testa,

Oral food challenge (OFC) is the gold standard for diagnosis of IgE-mediated and non-IgE mediated food allergy. It is usually conducted to make diagnosis, to monitor for resolution of a food allergy, or to identify the threshold of responsiveness. Clinical history and lab tests have poor diagnostic accuracy and they ... Read more >>

Medicina (Kaunas) (Medicina (Kaunas, Lithuania))
[2019, 55(10):]

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Impact of Intravenous Vitamin C and Endolaser Therapies on a Pediatric Brainstem Glioma Case.

Ivette M Solís-Nolasco, Gilberto Caraballo, Michael J González, José Olalde, Raul H Morales-Borges,

Pediatric cases of a brainstem glioma are one of the most difficult tumors to treat. In children, this type of cancer is perhaps the most dreaded of cancers due to its poor prognosis, yet it remains an area of intense research. In the case presented herein, conventional chemotherapy and radiotherapy ... Read more >>

Glob Adv Health Med (Global advances in health and medicine)
[2020, 9:2164956120901489]

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New Perspectives in Food Allergy.

Massimo De Martinis, Maria Maddalena Sirufo, Mariano Suppa, Lia Ginaldi,

The improvement of the knowledge of the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying the tolerance and sensitization to food antigens has recently led to a radical change in the clinical approach to food allergies. Epidemiological studies show a global increase in the prevalence of food allergy all over the world and manifestations of ... Read more >>

Int J Mol Sci (International journal of molecular sciences)
[2020, 21(4):]

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Shiga Toxin-Associated Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome: A Narrative Review.

Adrien Joseph, Aurélie Cointe, Patricia Mariani Kurkdjian, Cédric Rafat, Alexandre Hertig,

The severity of human infection by one of the many Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) is determined by a number of factors: the bacterial genome, the capacity of human societies to prevent foodborne epidemics, the medical condition of infected patients (in particular their hydration status, often compromised by severe diarrhea), ... Read more >>

Toxins (Basel) (Toxins)
[2020, 12(2):]

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Pediatric Toxidrome Simulation Curriculum: Bupropion Overdose.

Emily Hartford, Anita Thomas, Ashley Keilman, Neil Uspal, Kimberly Stone, Jennifer Reid, Rebekah Burns,

Introduction:Bupropion is a commonly used antidepressant, and overdose can lead to both neurologic and cardiovascular toxicity, including agitation, seizure, tachycardia, QT and QRS prolongation, and rhythm disturbances. Methods:We developed this simulation case for attendings, fellows, nurse practitioners, and nurses in the pediatric emergency department (ED). The scenario involved a 13-year-old ... Read more >>

MedEdPORTAL (MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching and learning resources)
[2019, 15:10846]

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Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome in Children.

Elena Fornari, Claudio Maffeis,

The Metabolic Syndrome may be tentatively defined as the clustering of several metabolic risk factors in the same individual. A progressively higher number of children and adolescents is affected by this syndrome worldwide, mainly as a consequence of the constant increase of the prevalence of obesity and sedentary habits. As ... Read more >>

Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) (Frontiers in endocrinology)
[2019, 10:702]

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Code Blue: Life-threatening Methemoglobinemia.

José D Ponce Ríos, Rothsovann Yong, Paul Calner,

Most cases of acquired methemoglobinemia result from exposure to certain drugs or toxins. One of the more common and well-described causes in the literature is exposure to topical benzocaine during medical procedures. We present a case series of acute acquired methemoglobinemia from a food source that has not been previously ... Read more >>

Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med (Clinical practice and cases in emergency medicine)
[2019, 3(2):95-99]

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Seizures following Intoxication with a Common Antituberculosis Drug.

Adnane Lahlou, Saïd Benlamkaddem, Mohamed Adnane Berdai, Mustapha Harandou,

Isoniazid is an antimycobacterial agent commonly prescribed in most tuberculosis chemotherapy regimens. Its side effects are widely known including mainly liver toxicity and peripheral neuropathy. The toxic effects of isoniazid are dose-related. Toxic doses are estimated at 35-40 mg/kg and fatal doses at 150 mg/kg. Treatment consists primarily of basic life support, ... Read more >>

Case Rep Pediatr (Case reports in pediatrics)
[2019, 2019:8972574]

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Prospective evaluation of clinical symptoms of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis in adult patients with acute leukemia: A preliminary study.

Yeon-Hee Lee, Junshik Hong, Inho Kim, Youngnim Choi, Hee-Kyung Park,

OBJECTIVE:The objective of this study was to prospectively evaluate the clinical features of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis (CIOM) in adult patients with acute leukemia and the aggravating factors for such symptoms. SUBJECTS:Thirty-seven prospective patients aged ≥19 years with acute leukemia undergoing chemotherapy were enrolled. Oral and clinical investigations were performed at ... Read more >>

Clin Exp Dent Res (Clinical and experimental dental research)
[2020, 6(1):90-99]

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A Rare and Potentially Fatal Etiology of Hypercalcemia in an Infant.

Ambreen Sonawalla, Vildan Tas, Manish Raisingani, Emir Tas,

Hypercalcemia is an uncommon finding in children. Hypercalcemia has various etiologies including parathyroid dependent and independent mechanisms. Increased activity of the 1-alpha-hydroxylase enzyme in granulomatous diseases is a well-defined but an extremely rare cause of hypercalcemia in pediatric patients, particularly in infants. We describe the case of an infant who ... Read more >>

Case Rep Endocrinol (Case reports in endocrinology)
[2019, 2019:4270852]

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Pyridostigmine in Pediatric Intestinal Pseudo-obstruction: Case Report of a 2-year Old Girl and Literature Review.

Giovanni Di Nardo, Federica Viscogliosi, Francesco Esposito, Vincenzo Stanghellini, Maria Pia Villa, Pasquale Parisi, Alessia Morlando, Girolamo Caló, Roberto De Giorgio,

Pediatric chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction is a rare disorder characterized by a severe impairment of gastrointestinal motility leading to intestinal obstruction symptoms in the absence of mechanical causes. The diagnosis is usually clinical and diagnostic work is usually aimed to rule out mechanical obstruction and to identify any underlying diseases. Treatment ... Read more >>

J Neurogastroenterol Motil (Journal of neurogastroenterology and motility)
[2019, 25(4):508-514]

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Extracorporeal treatment in children with acute severe poisoning.

Xiaomei Sun, Xiuying Chen, Jing Lu, Yuhong Tao, Lijuan Zhang, Liqun Dong,

Acute poisoning in children is a clinical emergency. Prompt and effective treatment is critical for life-threatening poisoning. Extracorporeal treatment (ECTR) is a practical option for enhancing the elimination of poisons.We conducted a retrospective observational study on 338 children with severe acute poisoning who received ECTR during hospitalization from January 2010 ... Read more >>

Medicine (Baltimore) (Medicine)
[2019, 98(47):e18086]

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An epidemiological snapshot of toxicological exposure in children 12 years of age and younger in Riyadh.

Nahar Dakeel Alruwaili, Bachar Halimeh, Mohammed Al-Omar, Badria Alhatali, Ismail Ibrahim Sabie, Mohammed Alsaqoub,

BACKGROUND:Poisoning among the pediatric population is an important public health concern that is responsible for frequent pediatric emergency department visits and hospital admissions. Surveillance of poisoning cases is essential for designing and implementing effective preventive strategies. OBJECTIVE:Describe the characteristics of acute poison exposure and related therapeutic interventions in children aged ... Read more >>

Ann Saudi Med (Annals of Saudi medicine)
[2019, 39(4):229-235]

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Safety and Immunogenicity of Live Oral Cholera Vaccine CVD 103-HgR in Children and Adolescents Aged 6-17 Years.

James M McCarty, Emma C Gierman, Lisa Bedell, Michael D Lock, Sean Bennett,

The attenuated recombinant Vibrio cholerae O1 vaccine strain CVD 103-HgR, redeveloped as PXVX0200, elicits a rapid serum vibriocidal antibody (SVA) response and protects against cholera-induced diarrhea in adult volunteer challenge trials but has not been studied in children in developed countries. We performed a phase 4, placebo-controlled, double-blind, multicenter study ... Read more >>

Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. (The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene)
[2020, 102(1):48-57]

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Identification of goals and barriers to treatment from 92 consecutive consultations with families considering peanut oral immunotherapy.

Andrea C Blackman, Aikaterini Anagnostou,

Background:Peanut allergy has become an important public health issue. It can be the cause of severe reactions and also the trigger of significant anxiety for the allergic individual, especially with regards to the risk of unintentional accidental exposures. Peanut oral immunotherapy (POIT) is a newly developed treatment approach that has ... Read more >>

Ther Adv Vaccines Immunother (Therapeutic advances in vaccines and immunotherapy)
[2019, 7:2515135519869763]

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Cost savings associated with timely treatment of botulism with botulism antitoxin heptavalent product.

Deborah M Anderson, Veena R Kumar, Diana L Arper, Eliza Kruger, S Pinar Bilir, Jason S Richardson,

BACKGROUND:Botulism is a rare, serious, and sometimes fatal paralytic illness caused by exposure to neurotoxins produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Patients with documented or suspected exposure to botulinum toxin serotypes A-G can be treated with BAT® [Botulism Antitoxin Heptavalent (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)-(Equine)] product, which was approved ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2019, 14(11):e0224700]

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A single-center experience of pediatric foreign-body aspiration: A retrospective 4-year case series.

Mustafa Erman Dorterler, Osman Hakan Kocaman, Tansel Gunendi, Mehmet Emin Boleken,

Introduction:Foreign body aspirations (FBA) in children are serious life-threatening clinical conditions that require immediate intervention. In this study, it was aimed to retrospectively investigate the demographic features, clinical diagnosis and treatment methods of children admitted to our clinic due to FBA. Materials and Methods:The study included 86 children aged <16 ... Read more >>

Lung India (Lung India : official organ of Indian Chest Society)
[2019, 36(3):202-206]

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Critical Review of Exposure and Effects: Implications for Setting Regulatory Health Criteria for Ingested Copper.

Alicia A Taylor, Joyce S Tsuji, Michael R Garry, Margaret E McArdle, William L Goodfellow, William J Adams, Charles A Menzie,

Decades of study indicate that copper oral exposures are typically not a human health concern. Ingesting high levels of soluble copper salts can cause acute gastrointestinal symptoms and, in uncommon cases, liver toxicity in susceptible individuals with repeated exposure. This focused toxicological review evaluated the current literature since the last ... Read more >>

Environ Manage (Environmental management)
[2020, 65(1):131-159]

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Burden of typhoid fever and cholera: similarities and differences. Prevention strategies for European travelers to endemic/epidemic areas.

D Amicizia, R T Micale, B M Pennati, F Zangrillo, M Iovine, E Lecini, F Marchini, P L Lai, D Panatto,

The burden of diarrheal diseases is very high, accounting for 1.7 to 5 billion cases per year worldwide. Typhoid fever (TF) and cholera are potentially life-threatening infectious diseases, and are mainly transmitted through the consumption of food, drink or water that have been contaminated by the feces or urine of ... Read more >>

J Prev Med Hyg (Journal of preventive medicine and hygiene)
[2019, 60(4):E271-E285]

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Foreign object ingestion and esophageal food impaction: An update and review on endoscopic management.

Brian M Fung, Seth Sweetser, Louis M Wong Kee Song, James H Tabibian,

Foreign body ingestion encompasses both foreign object ingestion (FOI) and esophageal food impaction (EFI) and represents a common and clinically significant scenario among patients of all ages. The immediate risk to the patient ranges from negligible to life-threatening, depending on the ingested substance, its location, patient fitness, and time to ... Read more >>

World J Gastrointest Endosc (World journal of gastrointestinal endoscopy)
[2019, 11(3):174-192]

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Deliberate Self-Harm Among Chinese Children with Different Types and Severity of Disabilities.

Huiping Zhu, Xiayidanmu Abudusaimaiti, Joe Xiang, Qi Gao,

Background: The aims of this study were to determine the prevalence of deliberate self-harm (DSH) and to compare the risk of self-harm in Chinese children with different types and severity of disabilities. Methods: Participants were 1300 children aged 6-17 years in Beijing, China; 650 children with disabilities and 650 healthy ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2019, 16(17):]

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Evaluation of the quality and value of data sources for postmarket surveillance of the safety of cough and cold medications in children.

Jody L Green, Kate M Reynolds, William Banner, G Randall Bond, Ralph E Kauffman, Robert B Palmer, Ian M Paul, Richard C Dart,

BACKGROUND:The purpose of this report is to evaluate the quality of data sources used to study cough and cold medication (CCM) safety in children via the Pediatric Cough and Cold Safety Surveillance System. METHODS:The System utilized the National Poison Data System (NPDS), FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS), English-language medical ... Read more >>

BMC Med Res Methodol (BMC medical research methodology)
[2018, 18(1):175]

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Denying renal transplantation to an adolescent medical cannabis user: An ethical case study.

Jennie E Ryan, Maia Noeder, Christine Burke, Samuel C Stubblefield, Salwa Sulieman, Elissa G Miller,

Medical cannabis is now legal in over half of the United States. As more patients adopt this unconventional therapy, it is inevitable that potential transplant recipients will disclose their cannabis use during transplant evaluation. Transplant teams are tasked with the decision to utilize a pressure resource, often with little guidance ... Read more >>

Pediatr Transplant (Pediatric transplantation)
[2019, 23(5):e13467]

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A Roadmap for the Development of Ivermectin as a Complementary Malaria Vector Control Tool.

The Ivermectin Roadmappers,

In the context of stalling progress against malaria, resistance of mosquitoes to insecticides, and residual transmission, mass drug administration (MDA) of ivermectin, an endectocide used for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), has emerged as a promising complementary vector control method. Ivermectin reduces the life span of Anopheles mosquitoes that feed on ... Read more >>

Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. (The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene)
[2020, 102(2s):3-24]

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