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(Arch Dis Child[TA])
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  • Child sexual assault reported to an acute sexual assault referral centre in London. [Journal Article]
  • ADArch Dis Child 2016 Oct 13
  • Morgan L, Khadr S, Bewley S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study provides an important overview of young children referred for forensic medical examination in the week following an allegation of sexual assault. Rates of learning difficulty and domestic violence were relatively high, and alcohol and drug use was rare. A large number of alleged perpetrators were young themselves. Additional violence was not common, and rates of injury were low. There may be important differences in sexual offences against boys and girls. Further research is necessary, as is greater case identification and referral for services.
  • Infantile wheeze: rethinking dogma. [Review]
  • ADArch Dis Child 2016 Oct 4
  • de Benedictis FM, Bush A
  • Wheeze is a common symptom in young children and is usually associated with viral illnesses. It is a major source of morbidity and is responsible for a high consumption of healthcare and economic res...
  • Dietitians' perceptions and experience of blenderised feeds for paediatric tube-feeding. [Journal Article]
  • ADArch Dis Child 2016 Sep 27
  • Armstrong J, Buchanan E, … Gerasimidis K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of these feeds for tube-fed children is increasingly being seen as a viable choice. Dietitians experienced significantly fewer issues with the use of BFTF in clinical practice compared with their self-reported apprehensions in the survey. Well-controlled studies are now needed to objectively assess the benefits, risks, costs and practicality of BFTF.
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