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  • Evaluation of foreign body aspiration cases in our pediatric intensive care unit: Single-center experience. [Journal Article]
  • TPTurk Pediatri Ars 2019; 54(1):44-48
  • Aslan N, Yıldızdaş D, … Kılıç S
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the diagnosis of foreign body aspiration, the most important step is maintaining a high index of suspicion. Foreign body aspiration should be considered in patients who present with cough, respiratory distress or cyanosis, unilaterally diminished breath sounds, ronchi or stridor on physical examination, and air trapping on chest X-ray. Bronchoscopy is life-saving in the presence of any suspicious history suggestive foreign body aspiration or refractory pneumonia, even if a physical examination and radiologic findings are normal, especially in high-risk children between 1-3 years old.
  • Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Outcomes of Bacteremic Pneumonia in Children. [Journal Article]
  • PedPediatrics 2019 Jun 19
  • Fritz CQ, Edwards KM, … Williams DJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Bacteremia was uncommonly detected in this large multicenter cohort of children hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia but was associated with severe disease. S pneumoniae was detected most often. Blood culture was of low yield in general but may have greater use in those with parapneumonic effusion and ICU admission.
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