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Caspian Journal of Pediatrics (CJP)
Babol University of Medical Sciences

"Scientific Research"


Vol 7 - No 1 (Spring 2021 - Serial : 13)

e-ISSN: 2383-3106 

Indexed in: DOAJ, ISC, ESJIScientific World Index, ROAD DIRECTORY, Ricest, Google scholar, magiran, SID, ResearchBib, SafetyLit

:: Latest Published Issue: Volume 7, Number 1 (2021/3) ::
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  • Our findings highlight the importance of identification of VMC in children with clinical suspicion of MCI.
  • The present study emphasizes the importance of PCR-based assays for detection of viral agents in MCI patients with symptoms of virus infection.

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  • Physical-motor disability (PMD) is one of the major disabilities of children in many countries. Children with PMD facing restricted in daily personal and social activities.
  • Play therapy helps these children overcome environmental and communication barriers.
  • The results of present study showed that play therapy can help adaptive behavior in these children.
  • Play therapy can be used to help master daily life skills and activities in children's rehabilitation centers.

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  • The administration of antenatal corticosteroids at gestational age of 39-42 weeks did not significantly reduce respiratory complications.
  • It seems illogical to prescribe corticosteroid in gestational ages >39 weeks.

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  • Hemolysis and sepsis are common causes of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (NNH).
  • The extensive screening and identification of the at-risk population can help decrease the incidence of severe NNH.
  • Most of the short-term complications of ET are reversible as well as metabolic and laboratory abnormalities.
  • Frequent monitoring of blood sugar and management of electrolyte abnormalities as well as screening for thrombocytopenia before and after ET procedures are necessary to reduce adverse events.
  • It seems that the use of RBCs for newborns <5 days old, may lead to reduce the incidence of post-ET complications and the need for another ET during hospitalization.

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  • Painting therapy reduced anxiety in children with specific learning disabilities.
  • Planners, principals, educators, and teachers can provide students with proper training to prepare the ground for applying effective therapeutic interventions.
  • Therapists in counseling centers and other institutes that provide psychological services use this intervention program to reduce the anxiety of children with specific learning disabilities.

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