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Little Kids With Big BP Numbers: What Every Pediatrician Should Know About HypertensionPediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, offers a lesson in accurate BP measurement, explains which populations should have additional screening, and notes the benefits of ambulatory monitoring as well as when to order it.
Vaginal Bleeding Before Puberty: A Specialist’s Practical Tips on Evaluation and CareGynecologist Sloane Berger-Chen, MD, whose focus is pediatric patients, explains her experience-based evaluation process.
ABCs of Asthma: Using the Guidelines to Provide Individualized CareTo effectively manage this common chronic disease in children, providers must have a firm grasp on categorizing the condition and how to step therapy up (and down).
Innovative Care for Devastating Disorders: Investigating Prenatal Enzyme ReplacementPregnant patients with a diagnosed fetal lysosomal storage disease may have the opportunity to receive a promising treatment that could improve their babies’ health after birth.
Pain-Free Kids: How to Prevent and Manage Common Injuries in Young AthletesSports medicine specialist Celine de Borja, MD, discusses why developing bodies are prone to certain aches and pains.
Getting Off on the Right Foot: Smart Strategies for Injured Young AthletesJamie Faison, a certified athletic trainer at the UCSF Sports Medicine Center for Young Athletes, discusses how the growing bodies and common injuries of sports-playing kids call for specialized, verified techniques in physical evaluation and rehab.
Managing Picky Eaters: How to Assess Nutritional Status and Talk to Worried ParentsWhen kids eat very little or only a few foods, they risk developing nutrient deficiencies – or behavioral issues because of how their parents respond.
Fetal Tumors: A Multidisciplinary ApproachWatch “Fetal Tumors: A Multidisciplinary Approach” to learn about risk factors for disease severity and death, as well as other various clinical presentations of fetal tumors.
Hematuria in Everyday Pediatrics: Significance and First StepsBlood in urine is common in little kids. In this guide, pediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, MAS, walks primary care providers through the process that starts with a positive dipstick. She describes types of hematuria, reviews the many causes, clarifies “persistent” hematuria, and covers workup options.
Serious Headache, Small Patient: How to Approach Migraines in KidsNot just a bad headache, migraines are complex and have particular features in the very young.
Pediatric Hydrocephalus: An Update on Signs, Solutions and StrategiesWith a range of causes, associated disorders and presentations, childhood hydrocephalus can be challenging to diagnose.
Puzzling Out Bleeding Problems in Kids: A Practical Way to Put the Pieces TogetherPediatric hematologist-oncologist Tiffany Lucas, MD, formerly a pediatrician, knows that primary care visits for bleeding issues are common, with signs ranging from frequent nosebleeds to low energy.