Clinical Pediatrics and Research

ISSN: 2642-4967

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Case Series Pages 21-24

Congenital Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria: A Report of Three Cases

Authors: Eugene Vernyuy Yeika, Bettina Schlemmer, Martin Hongieh Abanda and Paul Nkemtendong Tolefac

Abstract: Congenital Malaria is a life threatening infection of neonates occurring as a vertical transmission of malaria during pregnancy or at birth. Recent studies report a high burden of congenital malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Case Report Pages 18-20

What's Your Diagnosis? A 7-Year-Old Boy with a White Hair Patch on the Head for Three Months

Authors: Ahdi Amer and Watcharoot Kanchongkittiphon

Abstract: Tinea capitis is one of the most common dermatophyte infections in children, particularly among African American children. It can manifest with a variety of clinical presentations ranging from the subtle seborrheic dermatitis subtype to the more severe kerion pattern, with boggy and tender lesions.

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Review Article Pages 14-17

Use Overview of Pediatric "Dental-Voucher" in Portugal

Authors: Tammy Messias Takara, Isabel Almeida, Magda Reis, Carlos Valente and Manuel Castro

Abstract: Oral diseases are common, multifactorial diseases with great impact in general health and quality of life. More than 3.9 billion people worldwide are affected by this situation. The two most common oral diseases are dental cavities and periodontal disease.

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Research Article Pages 6-13

Qualitative Analysis of Interpersonal Oral Health Communication between Providers and Caregivers in the Medical Home: A Pilot Study

Authors: Melani B Decker, Rocio B Quinonez, R Gary Rozier, Paul Mihas, Rebecca Wilder and Michael J Steiner

Abstract: Using qualitative analysis, 15 transcripts of caregiver-provider interactions collected in 2008 were assessed during visits for 0-42 month old children. Preventive messages by five providers participating in a Medicaid preventive oral health initiative in North Carolina were evaluated.

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Case Report Pages 1-5

Successful Treatment of Neonatal Extreme Breastfeeding-Associated Hypernatremia

Authors: Itai Gross, Yael Siedner Weintraub, Amir Zilkha and Jacques Braun

Abstract: Exclusive breastfeeding is a leading cause of hypernatremia and dehydration. We describe successful treatment in a case of extreme breastfeeding hypernatremia in a neonate, presenting with serum sodium up to 232 mmol/L, acute renal failure and a rare complication of sinus vein thrombosis.

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Journal Details

  • Journal: Clinical Pediatrics and Research
  • ISSN: 2642-4967
  • ISO abbreviation: Clin Pediatr Res
  • Other Title: CPR
  • Pub Type: Open Access