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  • Significant Lactic Acidosis from Albuterol. [Journal Article]
  • CPClin Pract Cases Emerg Med 2018; 2(2):128-131
  • Hockstein M, Diercks D
  • Lactic acidosis is a clinical entity that demands rapid assessment and treatment to prevent significant morbidity and mortality. With increased lactate use across many clinical scenarios, lactate val...
  • Post-discharge outcomes of failed car seat tolerance screens: A case-control and follow-up study. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neonatal Perinatal Med 2018 May 23
  • Sharma P, Davis NL
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study to evaluate longer term post-discharge outcomes of subjects having undergone CSTS. Subjects who failed CSTS had significantly increased incidence of respiratory diagnoses such as OSA and asthma than matched controls by 2- 3 years after discharge. Larger studies are necessary to further evaluate these findings, but this does provide data that CSTS may be useful in identifying at risk neonates.
  • Ohio Pediatric Asthma Repository: Opportunities to Revise Care Practices to Decrease Time to Physiologic Readiness for Discharge. [Journal Article]
  • HPHosp Pediatr 2018; 8(6):305-313
  • Simmons JM, Biagini Myers JM, … Khurana Hershey GK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Substantial variation in care practices for inpatient asthma treatment exists among children's hospital systems in Ohio. We found several modifiable, system-level factors and therapies that contribute to PRD that warrant further investigation to identify the best and safest care practices. We also found that there was no standardized measure of exacerbation severity used across the hospitals. The development of such a tool is a critical gap in current practice and is needed to enable definitive comparative effectiveness studies of the management of acute asthma exacerbation.
  • Multicenter Study of Albuterol Use Among Infants Hospitalized with Bronchiolitis. [Journal Article]
  • WJWest J Emerg Med 2018; 19(3):475-483
  • Condella A, Mansbach JM, … Camargo CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Variation in pre-admission albuterol use suggests that local practice had a strong influence on use, but that patient characteristics also influenced the decision. While we agree with current guidelines in recommending against albuterol for all infants with bronchiolitis, our understanding of possible subgroups of responders may improve through investigation of infants with the identified characteristics.
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