The Social, Behavioral, and Academic Experiences of Children with Asperger Syndrome
- C. Church, Susan B Alisanski, S. Amanullah
- Psychology, Medicine
- 1 February 2000
The results indicate that social skill deficits were variable but remained the greatest challenge for these intellectually bright and verbal children.
A Population-Based Assessment
- Sakina H Sojar, A. Gjelsvik, Hoi See Tsao, S. Amanullah
- Medicine, Political Science
Lack of access to basic health services is thought to increase emergency department (ED) utilization in the United States, but unmet health needs were not found to be a significant driving force for ED utilization.
The Use of Local Anesthetic Techniques for Closed Forearm Fracture Reduction in Children: A Survey of Academic Pediatric Emergency Departments
- E. Constantine, D. Steele, C. Eberson, K. Boutis, S. Amanullah, J. Linakis
- MedicinePediatric emergency care
- 1 April 2007
Local anesthetic techniques are used only occasionally by those surveyed, and all believe that sufficient analgesia is obtained from procedural sedation alone, and 35% believe that local anesthesia is ineffective.
Emergency department visits for pediatric trampoline-related injuries: an update.
- J. Linakis, M. Mello, J. Machan, S. Amanullah, Lynne M Palmisciano
- MedicineAcademic Emergency Medicine
- 1 June 2007
ED visits for trampoline-related injuries in 2000-2005 increased in frequency by 113% over the number of visits for 1990-1995, and trampolin use at home continues to be a significant source of childhood injury morbidity.
Emergency Department Visits Resulting From Intentional Injury In and Out of School
- S. Amanullah, J. Heneghan, D. Steele, M. Mello, J. Linakis
- 1 February 2014
There is a need for additional prevention strategies addressing school-based intentional injuries, as well as temporal and demographic trends in intentional injuries in the school setting, to compare these with intentional injuries outside the school set.
Analysis of blood tests in the emergency department of a tertiary care hospital
- Rifat Rehmani, S. Amanullah
- MedicinePostgraduate medical journal
- 1 November 1999
It is suggested that improving supervision, decreasing the utilization of the emergency department as a phlebotomy service for the hospital, and abolition of routine blood tests would help to improve patient care.
Increasing computed tomography use for patients with appendicitis and discrepancies in pain management between adults and children: an analysis of the NHAMCS.
- D. Tsze, L. Asnis, R. Merchant, S. Amanullah, J. Linakis
- MedicineAnnals of Emergency Medicine
- 1 May 2012
Emergency department visits for sledding injuries in children in the United States in 2001/2002.
- Sara Skarbek-Borowska, S. Amanullah, M. Mello, J. Linakis
- Medicine, Political ScienceAcademic Emergency Medicine
- 1 February 2006
Sledding injuries resulting in ED visits predominantly affect children and are a source of measurable morbidity in this population and an increase in injury prevention efforts for this activity is warranted.
Emergency department visits for injury in school-aged children in the United States: a comparison of nonfatal injuries occurring within and outside of the school environment.
- J. Linakis, S. Amanullah, M. Mello
- Medicine, EducationAcademic Emergency Medicine
- 1 May 2006
A significant proportion of injuries to school-aged children occur at school, and notable differences exist between the epidemiology of in- and out-of-school injuries.
Emergency Department Utilization Among Assault-Injured Youth: Implications for Youth Violence Screening
- Frances Turcotte Benedict, S. Amanullah, J. Linakis, M. Ranney
- Medicine, PsychologyPediatric emergency care
- 1 September 2017
Assault-injured youth are more likely to have had prior ED use particularly for psychiatric illnesses and assault-related injury, and targeted youth violence screening may be appropriate for such patients.