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Zachi Grossman, MD, Diego van Esso, MD. Stefano del Torso, MD, Adamos Hadjipanayis, MD, Anna Drabik, MSc, Andreas Gerber, MD, PhD,and Dan Miron, MD Abstract: An electronic survey assessing primary care paediatricians estimations and practices regarding parents’ vaccination refusal was sent to395 members of the European Academy of Paediatrics Research in Ambulatory Setting network, with...
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Evidence base care (Clinical Assessment) Treatment of bronchiolitis. Evidence base care (Clinical Assessment). Bronchiolitis is the most common L.R.T.I characterized by acute inflammation, oedema and       necrosis of the epithelial cells lining the small airways, increase mucous production and bronchospasm. Asses diagnosis: Should diagnose on the basis of history and clinical examination. Should not routinely order...
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MD. Hadjigeorgiou Charalampos, PhD. Tornaritis Michael, MD PhD Savvas Savva, MA Solea Antonia, PhD Kafatos Antonis Abstract Objective: the aim of the present study is the evaluation of secular trends in the eating behaviours of Cypriot adolescents assessed in 2003 and 2009-2010. Method: a representative sample of children and adolescents aged 10 to 18 were...
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Από John Hadjiminas Paediatrician Chickenpox is caused by the Varicella-Zoster virus. The illness begins about 2 weeks [10-21 days] after infection with fever, anorexia, tiredness, headache and abdominal pain. In some children these symptoms are absent. 24-48 hours later the characteristic rash appears. This begins as red spots which then develop a vesicle [bubble with...
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