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Pregnancy and perinatal outcomes of women with severe acute respiratory syndrome☆
Waist circumference and waist-to-height ratio of Hong Kong Chinese children
Simple WC measurement is a more convenient method for central fat estimation than WHRT, since the use of WHRT does not obviate the need for age-related reference standards.
Standard reference for the six-minute-walk test in healthy children aged 7 to 16 years.
Forward stepwise multiple regression analysis revealed height and difference in heart rate before and after the walk test to be important clinical variables associated with 6MWD.
Diagnostic markers for neonatal sepsis
Judicious selection of a panel of markers with complementary properties could greatly increase the ability of neonatologists to diagnose infection and discern valuable prognostic information.
Ambulatory blood pressure in children with obstructive sleep apnoea: a community based study
Children with OSA had significantly higher BP than normal healthy children during both sleep and wakefulness, and children with moderate to severe disease (AHI >5) were at significantly higher risk for nocturnal systolic and diastolic blood pressure problems.
Host-response biomarkers for diagnosis of late-onset septicemia and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants.
The ApoSAA score could potentially allow early and accurate diagnosis of sepsis/NEC, and upon confirmation by further multicenter trials, the score would facilitate rational prescription of antibiotics and target infants who require urgent treatment.
Biomarkers for Late-Onset Neonatal Sepsis: Cytokines and Beyond
Infants born to mothers with severe acute respiratory syndrome.
This case series is the first report to describe the clinical course of the first cohort of liveborn infants born to pregnant women with SARS, and none of the infants developed clinical, radiologic, hematologic, or biochemical evidence suggestive of SARS.
CDLQI, Scorad and Ness: Are they Correlated?
Quality of life, disease severity scores and laboratory atopic markers represent different domains in AD assessment and all three aspects must be individually evaluated to assess the well-being of these patients.