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The medical profession has increasingly recognized the magnitude and impact of intimate partner violence.
Intimate partner violence also occurs in teenagers in the form of dating violence. This study indicates the need to address intimate partner violence among teenagers and to intervene with all children and adolescents who are victims of violence to prevent long-term adverse effects. Relieving pain during procedures in the emergency department ED is challenging but is an important and necessary element of providing quality care. Children in the ED is a somewhat unique situation because the caregivers, while attempting to comfort their children, are exposed to the psychological trauma of the painful procedure as well.
This study examined the physiological and anxiety responses of caregivers while watching their child undergo intravenous cannulation.
Caregivers were found to have a ificant increase in heart rate, blood pressure, and anxiety while watching. The caregivers' distress and anxiety were found to for a substantial portion of the variability in the child's distress and anxiety. Thus, comforting of the child must also include measures to reduce stress and anxiety in the caregivers, as well. This systematic review and meta-analysis were undertaken to determine whether infants with NEC were at risk for later development of neurodevelopmental impairment.
The meta-analysis of 8 studies found a nearly 2-fold increased risk of neurodevelopmental impairment in infants with stage II or worse NEC compared with infants without NEC. Those infants who required surgical intervention were at higher risk of later neurodevelopmental impairment compared with those who required medical management only.
The risk of impairment associated with NEC was higher in patients with cerebral palsy, cognitive impairment, or severe visual impairment. Because of the obesity epidemic in children, increasing attention is being paid to the longer-term effect of intervention programs aimed at weight reduction and increasing physical activity. In this study, Carrel and colleagues followed a cohort of children who had lost weight with a lifestyle-focused physical education class to determine if this weight loss and other accompanying physiologic improvements were maintained during the 3-month summer vacation.
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