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  • Trampoline injuries compared with other child activities. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pediatr 2019 Jul 04
  • Meyerber M, Fraisse B, … Violas P
  • CONCLUSIONS: To our knowledge, no study has compared trampoline injuries with those stemming from other activities. Awareness campaigns are needed as well as information from sellers, who have to be trained.Surgical treatments are twice as likely in trampoline accidents. Prevention is simple: Children should be alone on the trampoline and supervised by an adult.
  • Acute tubulointerstitial nephritis in children and chronic kidney disease. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pediatr 2019 Jul 04
  • Clavé S, Rousset-Rouvière C, … Tsimaratos M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a single-center 10-year series of biopsy-confirmed ATIN in children, drugs and TINU syndrome were the main etiologies of ATIN. This study suggests that children with idiopathic ATIN and prompt treatment have a better prognosis. In this series, occurrence of chronic kidney disease justified long-term follow-up.
  • Parental management of children's fever: Assessment of knowledge and use of health record information. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pediatr 2019 Jul 04
  • Chefdeville E, Pages AS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The improvement of how parents manage their child's fever first requires an update of the knowledge of healthcare professionals to homogenize their messages and practices. One of their essential roles is to inform parents of the existence of the fever advice card updated in the 2018 health record, which most particularly contains information that remains poorly known by parents. The health record should be the medium of dialogue with families to promote children's health.
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