The Bubble Wrap is our monthly round up of some of the interesting papers that have made it to press. It’s impossible to keep up to date with every publication that comes out but at least you might be a little bit wiser.
In this talk – the second from the Bubble Wrap live session – Susie Piper talks about these five papers:-
Mitre E, Susi A, Kropp LE, Schwartz DJ, Gorman GH, Nylund CM. Association between use of acid-suppressive medications and antibiotics during infancy and allergic diseases in early childhood. JAMA pediatrics. 2018 Jun 1;172(6):e180315-.
Williams DJ, Edwards KM, Self WH, Zhu Y, Arnold SR, McCullers JA, Ampofo K, Pavia AT, Anderson EJ, Hicks LA, Bramley AM. Effectiveness of β-lactam monotherapy vs macrolide combination therapy for children hospitalized with pneumonia. JAMA pediatrics. 2017 Dec 1;171(12):1184-91.
Carosella A, Snyder A, Ward E. What parents of children with complex medical conditions want their child’s physicians to understand. JAMA pediatrics. 2018 Apr 1;172(4):315-6.
Hessler M, Pöpping DM, Hollstein H, Ohlenburg H, Arnemann PH, Massoth C, Seidel LM, Zarbock A, Wenk M. Availability of cookies during an academic course session affects evaluation of teaching. Medical education. 2018 Oct;52(10):1064-72.
Liu PP, Sun Y, Wu C, Xu WH, Zhang RD, Zheng JJ, Huang Y, Chen YQ, Zhang MZ, Wu JZ. The effectiveness of transport in a toy car for reducing preoperative anxiety in preschool children: a randomised controlled prospective trial. British journal of anaesthesia. 2018 Aug 1;121(2):438-44.
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This talk was recorded live at DFTB18 in Melbourne, Australia. With the theme of ‘Science and Story‘ we pushed our speakers to step out of their comfort zones and consider why we do what we do. Caring for children is not just about acquiring the scientific knowhow but also about taking a look beyond a diagnosis or clinical conundrum at the patient and their families.
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