Researchers sought to determine whether a real-time clinical decision support tool can help physicians identify clinically stable patients and safely discontinue overnight vital sign checks.
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Researchers sought to validate the modified Erasmus GBS Outcome Score, a clinical model that predicts the inability to walk in patients with GBS, in the International GBS Outcome Study cohort, observe any regional variations in performance, and improve predictions by adjusting accordingly.
This study was done by the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network. In this observational program, prevalence of autism spectrum disorder is estimated and the timing of ASD identification among children aged 4 and 8 years is monitored.
Researchers sought to determine whether acutely elevated tau levels are associated with future neurocognitive impairment in children after cerebral malaria and severe malarial anemia.
Researchers sought to examine the global burden of stroke and dramatic geographic disparities in stroke incidence and access to acute ischemic stroke interventions.
Researchers analyzed the trends in evaluation and management of children with simple febrile seizures at US Children’s hospitals before and after the AAP’s updated guidelines.
Using single molecule array assay, researchers examined sNfL levels of patients with MS who were either on a common diet or ketogenic diet or fasting.
Researchers conducted a 24-week phase 2 trial of intranasal oxytocin therapy in pediatric patients with autism spectrum disorder to divulge whether it would improve social functioning.
Researchers examined if an adolescent diagnosis with psychiatric disorders is associated with long term absence from education, employment, or training.