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Older Publications

Select older publications by faculty, fellows, residents and staff.  

  1. Reed R, Chang C, Perlman J. Perinatal characteristics and delivery room management of infants born through MSAF. Resuscitation. Dec 2020; 157: 99-105.
  2. Chang, Jane: Co-author on a position statement by the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine. Preventing Nutritional Disorders in Adolescents by Encouraging a Healthy Relationship With Food. Journal of Adolescent Health 67 (2020) 875-879:
  3. Chien KA, Cooley V, Prishtina F, Grinspan ZM, Gerber LM, Kucine N. Health and Financial Burdens Associated with Venous Thrombosis in Hospitalized Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.  J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2021 Jan 14. doi: 10.1097/MPG.0000000000003052. Online ahead of print. 
  4. Lafond, E., Clapper, T. C., Easthausen, I., Smith, S., Moulton, M., Rusiewski, N., Griffin, K., Rajwani, K. (2020). The use of a step stool during chest compressions: Does it make a difference and do clinicians choose to use it? Chest, 158(4), 1347A, Suppl.
  5. Dolan Sondhi, Stephen M. Kaminsky, Neil R. Hackett, Odelya E. Pagovich, Jonathan B. Rosenberg, Bishnu P. De, Alvin Chen, Benjamin Van de Graaf, Jason G. Mezey, Grace W. Mammen, Denesy Mancenido, Fang Xu, Barry Kosofsky, Kaleb Yohay, Stefan Worgall, Robert J. Kaner, Mark Souwedaine, Bruce M. Greenwald, Michael Kaplitt, Jonathan P. Chen, Douglas J. Ballon, Linda A. Heier, Szilard Kiss and Ronald G. Crystal. Slowing late infantile Batten disease by direct brain parenchymal administration of a rh.10 adeno-associated virus expressing CLN2. Sci. Transl. Med. 12, eabb5413 (2020) 2 December 2020.
  6. Dayton, JD, Ford K, Carroll SJ, Flynn PA, Kourtidou S, Holzer RJ. The Deconditioning Effect of the COVID‑19 Pandemic on Unaffected Healthy Children. Pediatr Cardiol. 2021 Jan 4;1-6. doi: 10.1007/s00246-020-02513-w.
  7. Giulino-Roth L, Pei Q, Buxton A, Bush R, Wu Y, Wolden SL, Constine LS, Kelly KM, Schwartz CL, Friedman DL. Subsequent malignant neoplasms among children with Hodgkin lymphoma: A report from the Children’s Oncology Group.  Blood, in press.
  8. Gupta N, Lustig RH, Andrews H, Sylvester F, Keljo D, Goyal A, Gokhale R, Patel AS, Guthery S, Leu CS. Introduction to and screening visit results of the multicenter pediatric Crohn’s disease Growth Study. Inflamm Bowel Dis 2020; 26(12):1945-1950.  PMID: 32190893.
  9. Gupta N, Liu C, King E, Sylvester F, Lee D, Boyle B, Trauernicht A, Chen S, Colletti R. Continued  statural growth in older adolescents and young adults with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis beyond the time of expected growth plate closure. Inflamm Bowel Dis 2020; 26(12):1880-1889. PMID: 31968095.
  10. Joyce CL, Howell JD, Toal M, Wasserman E, Finkelstein RA, Traube C, et al. Critical Care for Coronavirus Disease 2019: Perspectives From the PICU to the Medical ICU. Critical Care Medicine 2020;48:1553–5. PMID: 29167075.
  11. Alyssa Baccarella, Alexandra Linder, Robert Spencer, Alexander J. Jonokuchi, Paul Benjamin King, Angel Maldonado-Soto, Alexis Boneparth, Benjamin S. Hooe, Adam J. Schweickert, Rebecca F. Carlin, Francesca Kingery, Wendy S. Vargas, Taylor B. Sewell & Wendy G. Silver Increased Intracranial Pressure in the Setting of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, Associated With COVID-19.  Pediatric Neurology, Volume 115, 2021,48-49.
  12. Silver G, Doyle H, Hegel E, Kaur S, Mauer EA, Gerber LM, Traube C. Association Between Pediatric Delirium and Quality of Life After Discharge. Critical Care Medicine 2020;48:1829–34. PMID: 33031144.
  13. Fink EL, Maddux AB, Pinto N, Sorenson S, Notterman D, Dean JM, et al. A Core Outcome Set for Pediatric Critical Care. Critical Care Medicine 2020; 48:1819–1828. PMID: 33048905.
  14. Traube C, Rosenberg L, Thau F, Gerber LM, Mauer EA, Seghini T, et al. Sleep in Hospitalized Children With Cancer: A Cross-Sectional Study. Hosp Pediatr 2020;10:969–76. PMID: 3312217
  15. Siegel EJ, Traube C. Pediatric delirium: epidemiology and outcomes. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2020; 32:743–749. PMID: 33105274

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