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Faire l'expérience de la transition de son enfant des soins curatifs vers les soins palliatifs | Juin 2022 H

Article (Soins palliatifs et soins spirituels)

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Accompagner vers la mort son enfant atteint de cancer et faire le deuil de celui-ci représente une expérience bouleversante et souffrante à laquelle aucun parent ne souhaite être confronté. En Amérique du Nord, plusieurs dizaines de milliers d’enfants vivent avec le cancer (Snaman et al., 2020). Au Canada, 20 % des enfants atteints de cancer ne survivront pas à leur maladie (Société canadienne du cancer, 2021). Les parents de ces enfants sont leurs proches aidants principaux. Toutefois, le processus psychologique et social que traversent les parents ainsi que leurs besoins psychosociaux durant la fin de vie de leur enfant atteint de cancer sont peu documentés. Le présent article présente une synthèse des connaissances sur l’expérience des parents qui accompagnent leur enfant atteint de cancer vers les soins de fin de vie dans une perspective psychosociale. Cette recension permet, dans un premier temps, de caractériser la transition des soins curatifs vers les soins palliatifs d’un enfant atteint de cancer avancé. Dans un deuxième temps, elle décrit les principaux facteurs psychosociaux qui influencent le vécu des parents à travers la trajectoire de soin de l’enfant, de l’annonce de la maladie jusqu’à la période de deuil. Enfin, des recommandations pour améliorer le soutien psychosocial offert aux parents tout au long de la trajectoire de soin de l’enfant malade, incluant la phase palliative et celle du deuil, sont proposées.
Accompagner vers la mort son enfant atteint de cancer et faire le deuil de celui-ci représente une expérience bouleversante et souffrante à laquelle aucun parent ne souhaite être confronté. En Amérique du Nord, plusieurs dizaines de milliers d’enfants vivent avec le cancer (Snaman et al., 2020). Au Canada, 20 % des enfants atteints de cancer ne survivront pas à leur maladie (Société canadienne du cancer, 2021). Les parents de ces enfants sont ...

Soins palliatifs ; ENFANTS ; Cancer ; Pédiatrie ; Parents et enfants

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Observation Versus Cast Treatment of Toddler's Fractures | Mai / Juin 2022 H

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Background: Nondisplaced metaphyseal fractures of the distal tibia, or toddler's fractures, are one of the most common pediatric injuries. Healing typically occurs quickly without sequelae. Treatment ranges from long leg cast immobilization to observation. This study compares short-term clinical and radiographic outcomes of toddler's fractures treated with long leg casting versus observation.

Methods: Patients with toddler's fractures were offered enrollment and randomization at diagnosis. Because many families opposed randomization, a preference arm was added after one year. All subjects were analyzed as a prospective cohort. Radiographs were obtained at diagnosis and 4 weeks. A modified Oxford Ankle Foot Questionnaire for Children (OAFQ-C) and family satisfaction survey were collected at diagnosis, 4 and 8 weeks. Scores were analyzed using mixed effect models. Family satisfaction surveys were compared using a Wilcoxon rank sum test.

Results: Forty-four subjects participated in the study, 34 (77%) in the preference arm and 10 (23%) in the randomized cohort. The median patient age was comparable between the cast and the observation groups, 2.0 versus 1.8 years, respectively. Significant improvement in OAFQ-C scores was observed in both groups over 8 weeks (P<0.01). Patients in the observation group had a higher initial play score than the cast group (P=0.03). The observation group trended toward higher physical scores at all time points (P=0.11). There was no significant difference in emotional scores between groups (P=0.77). No displacement was observed in any patient. Casted patients had significantly more minor complications with 4 patients requiring cast change or removal compared with 0 in the observed group (P=0.01). At 8 weeks, 80% of parents in the cast group were likely or very likely to choose the same treatment compared with 95.6% in the observation group. Family satisfaction scores did not differ between groups (P=0.18). They demonstrated differences in perceived normal walking at 4 weeks, with 50% of casted patients walking normally compared with 92% of observed patients. Over 90% of patients in both groups were reportedly walking normally at week 8.

Conclusion: Observation of toddler's fractures results in equivalent clinical and radiographic outcomes, high family satisfaction and fewer complications compared with treatment with a long leg cast.

Level of Evidence: Level II.
Background: Nondisplaced metaphyseal fractures of the distal tibia, or toddler's fractures, are one of the most common pediatric injuries. Healing typically occurs quickly without sequelae. Treatment ranges from long leg cast immobilization to observation. This study compares short-term clinical and radiographic outcomes of toddler's fractures treated with long leg casting versus observation.

Methods: Patients with toddler's fractures were ...

Fractures ; Traumatisme psychique chez l'enfant ; Pédiatrie

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Background: A small but significant number of children and adolescents with cancer experience severe physical and psychological distress. Previous studies have shown that drawing therapy positively affects relieving psychological problems. However, the effect of drawing therapy on pediatric oncology patients has not been established by systematic review.

Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of drawing therapy on the pediatric oncology population.

Methods: PubMed, EMBASE, MEDLINE, Cochrane, PsycINFO, CINAHL, and Chinese databases including CNKI, Wanfang, VIP, and CBM were searched. Studies published in the English and Chinese languages up to December 2019 were screened, and randomized controlled trials and nonrandomized experimental studies of drawing therapy interventions for pediatric oncology patients were reviewed. Screening was undertaken independently by 2 reviewers. The review protocol was registered with PROSPERO (registration number: CRD42020178365).

Results: Eight studies were included. Three studies were randomized controlled trials, and 5 studies were nonrandomized experimental studies. Seven studies showed that drawing therapy had positive effects on reducing depression and anxiety and improving quality of life. However, 1 study showed a contradictory result, that is, participants had an increased anxiety level after intervention.

Conclusions: Drawing therapy is effective in improving negative emotions, relieving somatic symptoms, and increasing social communication for pediatric oncology patients.

Implications for Practice: Drawing therapy may be considered an adjuvant psychological intervention strategy for pediatric oncology patients. Meanwhile, more rigorous studies are needed to address the deficiencies of small number size and methodological weakness.
Background: A small but significant number of children and adolescents with cancer experience severe physical and psychological distress. Previous studies have shown that drawing therapy positively affects relieving psychological problems. However, the effect of drawing therapy on pediatric oncology patients has not been established by systematic review.

Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of drawing therapy on the ...

Dessin - Emploi en thérapeutique ; Oncologie ; Pédiatrie ; Cancer chez l'enfant

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Background
Home enteral nutrition (HEN) use continues to increase in children unable to meet nutritional needs through oral intake. Some patients do not tolerate standard polymeric formula (SPF), which may lead to malnutrition. Use of peptide-based diet (PBD) has demonstrated benefits in adults, however there remains a paucity of data in pediatric population.

Methods
Retrospective review of medical records of children receiving HEN between October 2015 and October 2019 was conducted. Nutrition, tolerance, and healthcare utilization was tracked through May 2020. Children receiving PBD as initial formula or transitioned to PBD from SPF were included. Our objective was to assess gastrointestinal tolerance and impact on healthcare utilization in children receiving PBD.

Results
During study period, 30 children (mean age, 9 ± 5.44 years; 20 of 30 [66.7%] male) utilized PBDs. Twenty-one patients started PBD directly with malnutrition as primary indication. Nine patients transitioned from SPF to PBD, most often due to intolerance of SPF (66%). After transition to PBD, no symptoms were reported in 6 of 9 (66.7%) patients, and symptoms of SPF intolerance resolved in 4 of 9 (44.5%) patients. Healthcare utilization declined significantly after transition to PBD, including mean numbers of emergency room visits (0.78 ± 1.09 to 0.11 ± 0.33; P = .025), provider visits (1.67 ± 1.32 to 0.56 ± 0.73; P = .007), and phone calls (1.22 ± 1.39 to 0.33 ± 0.50; P = .026).

Conclusions
PBD is well tolerated and can result in significant reduction in healthcare utilization in children intolerant to SPF.
Background
Home enteral nutrition (HEN) use continues to increase in children unable to meet nutritional needs through oral intake. Some patients do not tolerate standard polymeric formula (SPF), which may lead to malnutrition. Use of peptide-based diet (PBD) has demonstrated benefits in adults, however there remains a paucity of data in pediatric population.

Methods
Retrospective review of medical records of children receiving HEN between ...

Soins à domicile ; Pédiatrie ; Nutrition

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Background and Objectives: Although the recent approval of selumetinib is expected to transform the management of children with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), particularly those with symptomatic and inoperable plexiform neurofibromas, no systematic review has summarized its efficacy and safety based on the latest studies. This study was conducted to systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of selumetinib in children with NF1.

Methods: Original articles reporting the efficacy and safety of selumetinib in patients with NF1 were identified in PubMed and EMBASE up to January 28, 2021. The pooled objective response rates (ORRs) and disease control rates (DCRs) were calculated using the DerSimonian-Laird method based on random-effects modeling. The pooled proportion of adverse events (AEs) was also calculated. The quality of the evidence was assessed using the Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation system.

Results: Five studies involving 126 patients were included in our analysis. The studies had a very low to moderate quality of the evidence. The pooled ORR was 73.8% (95% CI 57.3%-85.5%) and the DCR was 92.5% (95% CI 66.5%-98.7%). The 2 most common AEs were diarrhea, which had a pooled rate of 63.8% (95% CI 52.9%-73.4%), and an increase in creatine kinase levels, which had a pooled rate of 63.3% (95% CI 35.6%-84.3%).

Discussion: Our results indicate that selumetinib is an effective and safe treatment for pediatric patients with symptomatic, inoperable plexiform neurofibromas. Further larger-scale randomized controlled studies are needed to confirm the long-term outcome of patients treated with this drug.
Background and Objectives: Although the recent approval of selumetinib is expected to transform the management of children with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), particularly those with symptomatic and inoperable plexiform neurofibromas, no systematic review has summarized its efficacy and safety based on the latest studies. This study was conducted to systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of selumetinib in children with NF1.

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Pédiatrie ; Système nerveux - Maladies ; Cerveau - Maladies

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Abstract: A 7-year-old girl with chronic active EBV (CAEBV) infection-associated hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis presented with fever. 18F-FDG PET/CT revealed heterogeneous FDG uptake in multiple muscle groups without significant abnormal activity elsewhere. On repeat FDG PET/CT scan 1 year later after therapy, the abnormal activity in muscles disappeared. Skeletal muscle involvement by CAEBV infection should be included as differential diagnosis for increased muscle activity on FDG PET/CT study.
Abstract: A 7-year-old girl with chronic active EBV (CAEBV) infection-associated hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis presented with fever. 18F-FDG PET/CT revealed heterogeneous FDG uptake in multiple muscle groups without significant abnormal activity elsewhere. On repeat FDG PET/CT scan 1 year later after therapy, the abnormal activity in muscles disappeared. Skeletal muscle involvement by CAEBV infection should be included as differential ...

Infection ; Pédiatrie ; Maladies à virus ; Imagerie médicale

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Acute severe respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 treatment overview for pediatrics | Février 2022 H

Article (Pédiatrie, néonatologie et périnatalité)

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Purpose of review
The novel severe respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus has caused a world-wide pandemic with devastating effects. Fortunately, most children display only mild-to-moderate symptoms, but there are a subset that will have severe symptoms warranting treatment. This review evaluates the current evidence for antiviral and anti-inflammatory treatment of acute SARS-COV-2 infections, including coronavirus disease 2019 in pediatrics.
Recent findings
Treatment recommendations continue to evolve with emerging results from clinical trials. Initial therapies were tailored to repurposed medications, and have now transitioned toward more specific antiviral therapy. In addition to specific antiviral therapy, there is also support to modulate the immune system and reduce inflammatory damage seen in coronavirus disease 2019. Much of the data result from adult studies with subsequent extrapolation to pediatrics.
Summary
Recommended therapy will continue to adapt as results return from clinical trials. A continued commitment from the National Institutes of Health and research community to assist in determining optimal therapies for pediatric patients is essential. Until then, most recommendations will likely be informed from the results seen in adult populations.
Purpose of review
The novel severe respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus has caused a world-wide pandemic with devastating effects. Fortunately, most children display only mild-to-moderate symptoms, but there are a subset that will have severe symptoms warranting treatment. This review evaluates the current evidence for antiviral and anti-inflammatory treatment of acute SARS-COV-2 infections, including coronavirus disease 2019 in ...

COVID-19 ; Médicaments ; Pédiatrie ; Appareil respiratoire - Maladies

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Cote : W84.6 E785 2021

Essential Med Notes is a clinical complement and resource for medical trainees. This 37th edition features substantial content revisions to the main text, figures, graphics, and evidence-based medicine boxes of all 31 chapters across the 3 volumes - Primary, Medicine, and Surgery.

Primary:
- Ethical, legal, and organizational medicine
- Anesthesia
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Dermatology
- Emergency medicine
- Family Medicine
- Medical Genetics
- Medical Imaging
- Pediatrics
- Psychiatry
- Public Health and Preventice Medicine
Essential Med Notes is a clinical complement and resource for medical trainees. This 37th edition features substantial content revisions to the main text, figures, graphics, and evidence-based medicine boxes of all 31 chapters across the 3 volumes - Primary, Medicine, and Surgery.

Primary:
- Ethical, legal, and organizational medicine
- Anesthesia
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Dermatology
- Emergency medicine
- Family Medicine
- Medical Genetics
- ...

Soins de santé primaires ; Éthique médicale ; Anesthésie ; Pharmacologie clinique ; Dermatologie ; Médecine d'urgence ; Médecine familiale ; Génétique médicale ; Imagerie médicale ; Pédiatrie ; PSYCHIATRIE ; Santé publique ; Médecine préventive

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Cote : WS100 P3716 2020

Cet ouvrage aborde pour le pédiatre, le médecin généraliste, ou tout professionnel de la santé de l’enfant, l’ensemble des aspects de la prévention, du diagnostic et du suivi, ainsi que les différentes structures d’orientation et d’accueil à tous les âges de l’enfance (du nouveau-né à l’adolescence). Toutes les pathologies pédiatriques sont abordées et intégrées au sein de véritables monographies autonomes comme l’infectiologie, les urgences, les pathologies respiratoires, digestives ou neurologiques, les spécificités reliées à l’adolescence… L’ouvrage a bénéficié de la coordination d’experts reconnus ayant assuré la cohérence rédactionnelle des différents chapitres par les spécialistes concernés. Cette 7e édition bénéficie d’une profonde refonte des contenus et d’une mise à jour complète des données médicales avec une première partie sous forme d’algorithmes déclinant des symptômes ou des motifs de consultation, facilitant la recherche des informations dans les chapitres de l’ouvrage et ainsi la conduite diagnostique pratique. Une très grande rigueur a marqué la coordination multiple de ce document de référence. L’attention des coordinateurs, à l’échelle de chaque thématique ou de l’ouvrage dans son ensemble, a permis de veiller scrupuleusement au respect des objectifs attendus pour le praticien de terrain.
Cet ouvrage aborde pour le pédiatre, le médecin généraliste, ou tout professionnel de la santé de l’enfant, l’ensemble des aspects de la prévention, du diagnostic et du suivi, ainsi que les différentes structures d’orientation et d’accueil à tous les âges de l’enfance (du nouveau-né à l’adolescence). Toutes les pathologies pédiatriques sont abordées et intégrées au sein de véritables monographies autonomes comme l’infectiologie, les urgences, ...

Pédiatrie ; Enfants - Maladies ; Médecine de l'adolescence

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Background and purpose — The value of arthroscopic surgical reduction in developmental hip dysplasia is poorly known. We compared the clinical and radiographic efficacy of arthroscopic and medial open surgical reduction in patients less than 18 months of age with developmental hip dysplasia. Patients and methods — 54 patients with a mean age of 11 months who were treated by Ludloff's medial open reduction technique (28 hips, Group L) or arthroscopic surgical reduction technique (26 hips, Group A) were evaluated in this case series. Data on age, sex, preoperative Tönnis grade, operative time, estimated blood loss, residual leg length discrepancy, range of motion (ROM), acetabular index (AI) angle, coverage ratio of the femoral head, continuity of Menard–Shenton line, re-dislocation rate, McKay classification, and Kalamchi–MacEwen avascular necrosis (AVN) classification were collected. Results — Preoperatively, the mean AI angle was 39° in Group L and 37° in Group A. At the latest follow-up, the mean AI was 26° in both groups. The mean femoral head coverage ratio was 79% in Group L and 80% in Group A. The Menard–Shenton line was intact in all patients. Residual leg length discrepancy or limited ROM was not detected in any patients. 4 patients in Group L and 2 in Group A were diagnosed with type 2 AVN. Interpretation — Arthroscopic surgical reduction in patients aged 6–18 months revealed promising clinical and radiographic outcomes similar to medial open reduction using Ludloff's technique.
Background and purpose — The value of arthroscopic surgical reduction in developmental hip dysplasia is poorly known. We compared the clinical and radiographic efficacy of arthroscopic and medial open surgical reduction in patients less than 18 months of age with developmental hip dysplasia. Patients and methods — 54 patients with a mean age of 11 months who were treated by Ludloff's medial open reduction technique (28 hips, Group L) or ...

Pédiatrie ; Chirurgie

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Cannabis-related emergencies in children and teens. | Juin 2019 H

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Purpose of review: To examine the spectrum of emergency department presentations associated with cannabis use or misuse that are currently seen in the pediatric population.

Recent findings: There is a growing concern that pediatric emergency department visits related to cannabis are on the rise, especially given rapidly changing legislation on cannabis and its broad availability in certain areas. These concerns are substantiated in the current literature, as the evidence mounts for an array of emergency department presentations of intentional or accidental cannabis use. The range of presentations documented in the recent literature spans gastrointestinal, psychiatric and cardiorespiratory effects, in addition to traumatic injuries and accidental ingestions by younger children. Complications of chronic cannabis use, such as 'cannabis hyperemesis syndrome', depression, psychosis or cognitive impairment, are now recognized outcomes and even more are likely to emerge.

Summary: An array of cannabis-related symptoms is possible from acute use or exposure. Common presentations include acute intoxication, hyperemesis, depression and acute physical injuries from impaired psychomotor function. Uncommon presentations include cardiorespiratory effects, and a range of symptoms in young children that include hyperkinesis and coma. Clinical vigilance is needed to suspect and clinically diagnose cannabis exposure in the emergency department.
Purpose of review: To examine the spectrum of emergency department presentations associated with cannabis use or misuse that are currently seen in the pediatric population.

Recent findings: There is a growing concern that pediatric emergency department visits related to cannabis are on the rise, especially given rapidly changing legislation on cannabis and its broad availability in certain areas. These concerns are substantiated in the current ...

Cannabis ; Pédiatrie ; ENFANTS ; Adolescents ; Urgences en pédiatrie ; Maladies chroniques

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How to diagnose and treat severe asthma. | 2019-05-29 H

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The article discusses the definition, risk factors, and treatments for severe asthma. Topics covered include the two treatments that indicate severe asthma, the 3 groups with distinct challenges and treatment issues that encompass it, its gender and race distribution, the clusters of pediatric asthma patients, and asthma type differences and their personalized therapy approaches. Also noted are pediatric asthma biologics like omalizumab, mepolizumab, and dupilumab.
The article discusses the definition, risk factors, and treatments for severe asthma. Topics covered include the two treatments that indicate severe asthma, the 3 groups with distinct challenges and treatment issues that encompass it, its gender and race distribution, the clusters of pediatric asthma patients, and asthma type differences and their personalized therapy approaches. Also noted are pediatric asthma biologics like omalizumab, ...

Asthme chez l'enfant ; Pédiatrie

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Pediatric cardiothoracic surgery centers: How to compare outcomes for kids with congenital heart defects. | Mai 2019 H

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An interview with surgeons from four of the 3-star pediatric cardiothoracic surgery centers is presented on what they think makes their institutions stand out as quality centers. Surgeons interviewed include Mark W. Turrentine, M.D., of Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, Christopher A. Caldarone, M.D., of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, and Daniel Velez, M.D., of Phoenix Children's Hospital and Phoenix Children's Heart Center in Arizona.
An interview with surgeons from four of the 3-star pediatric cardiothoracic surgery centers is presented on what they think makes their institutions stand out as quality centers. Surgeons interviewed include Mark W. Turrentine, M.D., of Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, Christopher A. Caldarone, M.D., of Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, and Daniel Velez, M.D., of Phoenix Children's Hospital and Phoenix Children's ...

Coeur - Maladies ; Chirurgie ; Pédiatrie

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What to do in neurologic emergencies. | Mai 2019 H

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The article examines three cases that can present in pediatric practice and determine an appropriate differential diagnosis and workup for each. Case studies include a two-year-old child with ataxia, a three-year-old female with a generalized seizure for 20 minutes unresponsive to rectal diazepam at home, and a 14-year-old boy with a left-sided facial droop after a teacher noted his smile was crooked.

Système nerveux - Maladies ; Urgences en pédiatrie ; Pédiatrie

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American Academy of Pediatrics [3]

Feld, Leonard G. [3]

Mahan, John D. [3]

Abzug, Mark J. [2]

Bourrillon, Antoine [2]

Brassard, Yvon [2]

Gousse, Hélène [2]

Hay Jr, William W. [2]

Hockenberry, Marilyn J. [2]

Lavertu, Éric [2]

Levin, Myron J. [2]

Rauch, Daniel A. [2]

Rodgers, Cheryl C. [2]

Weber, Michel [2]

Wilson, David [2]

Ashcraft, Keith W. [1]

Augustyn, Marilyn [1]

Bachur, Richard G. [1]

Battaile, Britta [1]

Behrman, Richard E. [1]

Benoist, Grégoire [1]

Blosser, Catherine G. [1]

Bockenhauer, Detlef [1]

Brady, Margaret A. [1]

Briard, Marie-Louise [1]

Brogan, Paul A. [1]

Bunik, Maya [1]

Burns, Catherine E. [1]

Cantey Basaniak, Nancy [1]

Chabrol, Brigitte [1]

Chamberlain, James M. [1]

Chéron, Gérard [1]

Chevalier, Bertrand [1]

Clayden, Graham [1]

Cousineau, Dominique [1]

Deterding, Robin R. [1]

Ditmar, Mark F. [1]

Driver, David [1]

Drupals, Megan [1]

Dunn, Ardys M. [1]

Dupuis, France [1]

Fresco, Olivier [1]

Gallet, Jean-Paul [1]

Garzon, Dawn Lee [1]

Gedeit, Rainer G. [1]

Gershel, Jeffrey C. [1]

Geyer, Jane [1]

Goldbloom, Richard B. [1]

Greenbaum, Larry A. [1]

Greer, Frank R. [1]

Haut, Catherine [1]

Hôpital Sainte-Justine [1]

Jackson, Mary Anne [1]

Kher, Karrwal K. [1]

Kleinman, Ronald E. [1]

Kliegman, Robert [1]

Kline-Tilford, Andrea [1]

Kurkowski, Jennifer [1]

Lacombe, Didier [1]

Lavelle, Jane [1]

Lissauer, Tom [1]

Long, Toby [1]

Lorenz, John M. [1]

Lyonnet, Stanislas [1]

Massé, Linda [1]

McInerny, Thomas K. [1]

Meadows-Oliver, Mikki [1]

Murphy, J. Patrick [1]

Nagler, Joshua [1]

Nelson, Waldo E. [1]

Nocton, James J. [1]

Ono, Jennie G. [1]

Oshimura, Jennifer [1]

Osorio, Snezana Nena [1]

Ostlie, Daniel J. [1]

Polin, Richard A. [1]

Rees, Lesley [1]

Schnaper, H. William [1]

Seigel, Warren M. [1]

Selbst, Steven M. [1]

Sénécal, Lyse [1]

Shaw, Kathy N. [1]

Sheng, Vanessa [1]

Shook, Joan E. [1]

Starr, Nancy Barber [1]

Thomas, Shari S. [1]

Toscano, Kathleen [1]

Turgeon, Jean [1]

Valleteau de Moulliac, Jérôme [1]

Ware, Matthaeus [1]

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Pédiatrie [63]

Enfants - Maladies [14]

Enfants - Maladies - Diagnostics [5]

Urgences en pédiatrie [5]

Cannabis [4]

Chirurgie [4]

Enfants - Maladies - Traitement [4]

Soins infirmiers en pédiatrie [4]

Enfants - Développement [3]

Enfants - Santé et hygiène [3]

Maladies chroniques [3]

Soins de santé primaires [3]

Système nerveux - Maladies [3]

Adolescents [2]

Appareil urinaire [2]

ENFANTS [2]

Imagerie médicale [2]

Infection [2]

Néphrologie [2]

Nutrition [2]

Performance [2]

Reins [2]

Reins - Physiologie [2]

Soins infirmiers en pédiatrie - Problèmes et exercices [2]

Adolescents - Maladies [1]

Adolescents - Santé et hygiène [1]

Adolescents - Usage des drogues [1]

Anémie [1]

Anesthésie [1]

Appareil respiratoire - Maladies [1]

Asthme chez l'enfant [1]

Cancer [1]

Cancer chez l'enfant [1]

Cerveau - Maladies [1]

Chirurgie opératoire [1]

Coeur - Maladies [1]

COVID-19 [1]

Dermatologie [1]

Dermatologie pédiatrique [1]

Dessin - Emploi en thérapeutique [1]

Douleur - Traitement [1]

Douleur chez le nouveau-né [1]

Drogues - Effets physiologiques [1]

Enfants - Alimentation [1]

Enfants - chirurgie [1]

Enfants - Examens médicaux [1]

Enfants - Psychiatrie [1]

Enfants - Psychologie [1]

Enfants - Psychopathologie [1]

Enfants - Soins [1]

Enfants - Usage des drogues [1]

Enfants malades - Soins hospitaliers [1]

Éthique médicale [1]

Fractures [1]

Génétique médicale [1]

Gynécologie [1]

Jeunesse - Usage des drogues [1]

Maladies à virus [1]

Maladies génétiques [1]

Maladies infectieuses - Traitement [1]

Malformations [1]

Médecine d'urgence [1]

Médecine de l'adolescence [1]

Médecine familiale [1]

Médecine préventive [1]

Médicaments [1]

Néonatalogie [1]

Neurologie pédiatrique [1]

Nourrissons - Alimentation [1]

Nouveau-nés - Alimentation [1]

Nouveau-nés - Soins [1]

Nouveaux-nés - Soins médicaux [1]

Oncologie [1]

Parents et enfants [1]

Peau - Maladies - Traitement [1]

Pédiatrie - Aspect moral [1]

Pédiatrie - Dictionnaires français [1]

Pharmacologie clinique [1]

Physiothérapie [1]

Prématurés - Alimentation [1]

PSYCHIATRIE [1]

Relations interprofessionnelles [1]

Santé publique [1]

Soins à domicile [1]

SOINS INFIRMIERS [1]

Soins intensifs en pédiatrie [1]

Soins palliatifs [1]

Traitement ambulatoire [1]

Traumatisme psychique chez l'enfant [1]

Troubles de l'audition chez l'enfant [1]

Urgences médicales [1]

Vaccination [1]

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