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  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 18, 2020

    MASSIVE, BENIGN, CYSTIC OVARIAN TUMORS: A TECHNICAL MODIFICATION FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE RESECTION

    The majority of large, cystic ovarian tumors presenting in children are benign and amenable to ovarian sparing surgery. Laparoscopy...

    Tumors
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 17, 2020

    DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND TO DETECT PATHOLOGY THAT NEEDS SURGICAL EXPLORATION IN CHILDREN WITH UMBILICAL DISCHARGE

    Umbilical discharge is common in children and mostly attributed to infection or granuloma. However, an underlying congenital abnormality...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 17, 2020

    PREDICTING LETHAL PULMONARY HYPOPLASIA IN CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA : INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE COMBINED WITH CDH REGISTRY OUTCOMES

    The Severe Pulmonary Hypoplasia and Evaluation for Resuscitative Efforts protocol was developed to attempt to identify CDH patients...

    Registry
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 17, 2020

    COMBINING CRIBARI MATRIX AND NEED FOR TRAUMA INTERVENTION TO ACCURATELY ASSESS UNDERTRIAGE IN PEDIATRIC TRAUMA

    The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma targets undertriage rates of

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 17, 2020

    ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDELINES FOR EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION : EXPERIENCE FROM A PEDIATRIC CENTER IN THE EPICENTER OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

    The rapid spread of coronavirus disease 2019 has exceeded the standard capacity of many hospital systems and led to an unprecedented...

    Hospital
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 16, 2020

    THE RIGHT CHILD/RIGHT SURGEON INITIATIVE: A POSITION STATEMENT ON PEDIATRIC SURGICAL TRAINING, SUB-SPECIALIZATION, AND CONTINUOUS CERTIFICATION FROM THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SURGICAL ASSOCIATION

    The past 50 years have witnessed profound changes in the specialty of pediatric surgery in North America. There has been a marked increase...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 16, 2020

    CONTINUING AND ENSURING SURGICAL CARE FOR CHILDREN DURING COVID AND POST-COVID CRISIS

    The COVID-19 pandemic has radically altered medical and surgical care delivery around the globe. Several guidelines were issued in...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 16, 2020

    WHAT IS THE APPROPRIATE AGANGLIONIC BOWEL LENGTH ON CONTRAST ENEMA FOR ATTEMPTING SINGLE STAGE TRANSANAL ENDORECTAL PULL-THROUGH IN HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE?

    To identify influence of different values of age and abnormal bowel length in HD patients selected for single stage TERPT which affects...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 15, 2020

    DECREASED NUMBER OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS CASES IN PEDIATRIC POPULATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: ANY LINK?

    Coronavirus disease-19 is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2. COVID-19 outbreak started in December 2019 as...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 15, 2020

    PREDICTORS OF SUCCESSFUL ENDOSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF CAUSTIC ESOPHAGEAL STRICTURES IN CHILDREN: WHEN TO STOP THE DILATATIONS?

    Caustic esophageal strictures are mainly managed by endoscopic dilatations. Cases that do not respond to the dilatations eventually...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 12, 2020

    PEDIATRIC VERSUS ADULT PARADIGMS FOR MANAGEMENT OF ADOLESCENT INJURIES WITHIN A REGIONAL TRAUMA SYSTEM

    We aimed to examine process and outcome indicators for adolescents with specific injury patterns managed in pediatric versus adult...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 10, 2020

    OPTIMAL MANAGEMENT OF GASTROJEJUNAL TUBE IN THE ENFIT ERA - INTERVENTIONS THAT CHANGED PRACTICE

    We experienced a high incidence of jejunal tube displacement in children who underwent percutaneous endoscopic transgastric jejunostomy...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 10, 2020

    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: RADIATION DOSES IN CHILDREN WITH GASTROJEJUNAL TUBES

    Many children with gastric feeding intolerance require postpyloric tube feeding via a gastrojejunal tube. Placement or positioning...

    Cancer
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 8, 2020

    RESUSCITATIVE ENDOVASCULAR BALLOON OCCLUSION OF THE AORTA FOR TEMPORIZATION OF HEMORRHAGE IN ADOLESCENT TRAUMA PATIENTS

    Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta has emerged as an alternative technique for traumatic hemorrhage control...

    Adolescence
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 6, 2020

    EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT UTILIZATION FOLLOWING PEDIATRIC GASTROSTOMY TUBE PLACEMENT IS DRIVEN BY A SMALL COHORT OF PATIENTS

    Pediatric gastrostomy tubes are associated with frequent postoperative problems and consumption of healthcare resources. We hypothesized...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 6, 2020

    DOES THE PEDIATRIC HEMODYNAMIC CLIFF EXIST IN RESPONSE TO HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK?

    The paradigm that children maintain normal blood pressure during hemorrhagic shock until 30%-45% hemorrhage is widely accepted. There...

    Child
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 6, 2020

    FLUORESCENCE IMAGING IN PEDIATRIC SURGERY: STATE-OF-THE-ART AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

    The employment of fluorescence imaging has gained popularity in many fields of adult surgery where it has demonstrated great potentials...

  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 2, 2020

    ACUTE APPENDICITIS DURING SARS-COV-2: A BRIEF COMMUNICATION OF PATIENTS AND CHANGES IN CLINICAL PRACTICE FROM A SINGLE INSTITUTE IN PAKISTAN

    We read the paper “Limiting hospital resources for acute appendicitis in children: Lessons learned from the U.S. epicenter of the COVID-19...

    Regard, Hospital
  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 2, 2020

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  • By Journal of Pediatric Surgery   -   Sep 2, 2020

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