There is much work to be done to catch up with vaccinations missed because of the pandemic.
Incidental findings are very common in pediatric imaging.
AAP president: “In areas with rapid community spread, it’s likely that more children will also be infected.”
A nonjudgmental but firm critique of weaknesses during urgent care simulation exercises fosters readiness.
A look at the effect of the school closures at the start of the pandemic in the United States.
Pediatric hospitalists in New York City volunteered to treat adult patients during the COVID-19 surge.
Of 22 children hospitalized and positive for SARS-CoV-2, most had no respiratory illness or symptoms.
Plus, answers to who and when to test.
Given the COVID-19-associated decline in patients, pediatric hospitalists are urged to adapt to a changed environment.
We must ensure that our desire to have productive academic faculty does not result in the loss of those with clinical expertise.