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  • Pediatric acquired demyelinating syndrome (ADS) in inpatient hospital settings: The hospitalization rate, costs, and outcomes in the US. [Journal Article]
  • MSMult Scler Relat Disord 2019 Jun 27; 34:150-157
  • Minegishi M, Takahashi T, Testa M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hospital utilization by pediatric patients with ADS increased during the period 2003 through 2012. The cross-sectional analysis for the year 2016 indicated that the trend could be ongoing, although the direct comparison was not feasible due to the changes in the coding system of the dataset from ICD9-CM to ICD10-CM. Although relatively rare, pediatric ADS warrant long-term follow-ups and hospitalizations, impacting the developmental trajectory of the affected children and the lives of their family members. Th potentially increasing trend of pediatric ADS hospital utilization should be acknowledged when allocating and planning future resources and supporting programs.
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