Investigators conducted a study to assess the effects of COVID-19 on pediatric gastroenterology practice in an effort to develop strategies to prepare for a future resurgence and/or pandemic.
This study looked at the predictive effects of parenting processes and family functioning on depressive symptoms and suicidal ideation in a randomized controlled trial of integrated cognitive-behavioral therapy vs. treatment as usual for adolescents with comorbid SUDs and psychiatric disorders.
Study authors described the characteristics of youth with post-traumatic headache and determined whether the PTH phenotype was associated with outcome.
The aim of this study was to examine how the use of dexmedetomidine is associated with total perioperative opioid consumption in children undergoing adenotonsillectomy.
The aim of this study was to investigate prognostic factors in adolescents with knee pain using Individual Participant Data meta-analysis.
Computed tomography use has decreased recently among children but has continued to increase among adults.
Increasing pain levels are associated with possible desegregation of the default mode network and the prefrontal cortex as well as alterations in default mode network connectivity during rest in adolescents with pain.
Celiac disease in children leads to an increased risk for functional constipation and irritable bowel syndrome compared with healthy controls.
There are racial differences in pain management and pain outcomes for children seen in the emergency department for long-bone fractures.
A single-center study showed that intranasal ketamine effectively reduced pain in children with migraine from hospital admission to discharge.