PEM studies, May 2021
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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Bronchiolitis Management in Free-Standing Children's Hospitals
(Acad Emerg Med, abstract)
Reducing Unnecessary Treatments for Acute Bronchiolitis Through an Integrated Care Pathway
(Pediatrics, abstract)
Bibliography of published COVID-19 in children literature
(Arch Dis Child, abstract)
Performance of seven different paediatric early warning scores to predict critical care admission in febrile children presenting to the emergency department: a retrospective cohort study
(BMJ Open, abstract)
A comparison of self-reported risk and protective factors and the death implicit association test in the prediction of future suicide attempts in adolescent emergency department patients
(Psychol Med, abstract)
Associations of Stylet Use during Neonatal Intubation with Intubation Success, Adverse Events, and Severe Desaturation: A Report from NEAR4NEOS
(Neonatology, abstract)
Evaluation of digital otoscopy in pediatric patients: A prospective randomized controlled clinical trial
(Am J Emerg Med, abstract)
Acute urticaria in children: from pediatric emergency department to allergology consultation at a central hospital
(Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol, abstract)
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection and critically ill children
(Curr Opin Pediatr, abstract)
Predicting Admissions From a Paediatric Emergency Department - Protocol for Developing and Validating a Low-Dimensional Machine Learning Prediction Model
(Front Big Data, abstract)
Simulating Teamwork for Better Decision Making in Pediatric Emergency Medical Services
(AMIA Annu Symp Proc, abstract)
Predictors of Clinical Outcomes in Pediatric Appendicitis: Role of the Individual Sonographer and Radiologist When Using a First-Line Ultrasound Approach
(J Am Coll Radiol, abstract)
Testing for and identification of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children in the pediatric emergency department
(Curr Opin Pediatr, abstract)
Testing for and identification of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children in the pediatric emergency department
(Curr Opin Pediatr, abstract)