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  • Experience of pediatric urogenital tract inserted objects: 10-year single-center study. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Urol 2019 Jun 15
  • He Y, Zhang W, … Song H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Urogenital tract FBs in children is a great challenge. As the vagina is shorter and wider than the urethra, girls with vagina FBs are usually treated by day surgery and adolescent boys of urethra FBs are treated by hospital surgery. Misdiagnosis may occur when patients conceal FBs insert history, have severe urinary tract infections, or have previous surgery history. Ultrasonography helps to reduce misdiagnosis. FBs should be taken into consideration when patients have new symptoms after hypospadias repair, and postoperative changes of hypospadias repair, such as urinary calculi, have been excluded. Appropriate surgery techniques, based on the size, nature, and location of FBs, should be performed for complete removal of FBs with minimal complications to reduce secondary injury. Sharp FBs could be migrated among the digestive system, urogenital system, and deep pelvic. If the procedure is difficult, patients with a stable needle can be conservatively managed with close follow-up. Nevertheless, symptomatic patients should be treated actively.The awareness of potential severity of pediatric urogenital tract FBs should be raised. Appropriate toys and timely sex education help prevent children from urogenital tract FBs insertion. Selecting appropriate techniques for particular situations is the best way to reduce secondary injury, especially for cases with migrated FBs (needles), magnetic FBs, and postoperative FBs.
  • Makkah female teachers' knowledge of seizure first aid. [Journal Article]
  • EBEpilepsy Behav 2019 Jul 09; 98(Pt A):10-13
  • Alkhotani AM, Almalki WM, … Turkistani MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Female school teachers in the Makkah region significantly lack adequate training and knowledge of seizure first aid. A health education policy targeting teachers may improve this.
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