Every Ewing sarcoma cell line tested in a recent study had sensitivity to the agent SP-2509, now in Phase 1 clinical trial.
More than half of all pediatric donor hearts are declined for use each year, despite the fact that many children die waiting for a heart. But why? And what can be done about it?
Spinal anesthesia has good results and avoids potential adverse effects of general anesthesia in infants undergoing TAL.
FEV1, shortness of breath score and physical quality of life were all improved after participation in a formalized program.
Very low income patients had 3x the risk for worse 1-year outcomes compared with high income children.
A protocolized approach significantly reduced ED visits and hospital admissions for children with chronic constipation – and became a driver for surgical referrals.
Common ready-to-eat formulas for babies born preterm can have osmolalities much higher than recommended when they are thickened or fortified.
An innovative mobile phone application determined hydration status better than thirst, urine color scales and dipstick tests in a pilot study.