A search method without restriction to children population was applied and during the review phase, if a study included patients <18 years old, authors were contacted to provide additional information on the subset of children.
The need from that time was to break the chain of the virus and to further contain the spread of the virus especially among the vulnerable groups like the elderly people, individuals who have underlying chronic diseases, and also children population.
The French short version of the ChEAT provided a quick and reliable assessment for DEAB with non-clinical children population and could be used as a screening tool, even though no cut-off was established yet.
In order for nurses to be able to support specially children population during and after the pandemic period, it is important to know about the various traumas that children may be experiencing during the pandemic period as they can lead to psychosocial problems such as obesity, alcohol and drug use, self-harm, interpersonal violence, and varied types of mental illness in adulthood.
In the context studied, the results show that a large fraction of infected cases comes from the adult and children populations in the presence of a mutant variant of COVID-19 with high infection rates.
Using the critical application of securitization theory developed by Charett (2009), the paper concludes that the asymmetrical power relations will lead to securitizing actor maintaining its power in the expense of oppressing the marginalized voice, especially the minority poor and children population, thus de-securitization model (Hansen, 2012) is more effective in dealing drug-related crimes in the Philippines.
Summary After screening 725 citations from the PubMed database, 39 (n=39) studies in total were included in this literature review; Four (n=4) studies were conducted in the children population, seven (n=7) studies were performed in children-parent/caregiver dyads, and 28 studies (n=28) enrolled adults.
In this retrospective study, we used Michigan immunization registry data from 2018 through September 2020 to assess the number of vaccine doses administered, number of sites providing immunization services to the Vaccines for Children population, provider location types that administer adult vaccines, and vaccination coverage for children.
Glioblastoma involved with subventricular zone (SVZ) predicted a worse outcome in adult, but we know less about it based on children population due to the rarity of pediatric glioblastoma (pGBM).
Our results confirm the scarce involvement of the major high-risk susceptibility genes in pediatric melanoma and suggest the implication of MC1R gene variants especially in the children population.
This article provides an overview of epidemiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation and diagnosis, and management of lice infestations, specifically addressing the infant and children population.
However, it doesn’t answer the main questions of the public safety and of the safety of the abovementioned persons as it fails to account for the exogenous factors of the manifestation of the genetically determined and inborn mental disorders that incapacity mostly the children population.
Although the legislation (1972) allowed supplementation of iodine in drinking water (2), a 60% prevalence of nodal goitre, consistent with moderate iodine deficiency, was still registered in schoolchildren population residing in the Tuscan Apennines in 1982 .
The first section reviews the literature on the relationship between dehydration and cognitive performance in both adult and children populations, using electronic databases for systematic reviews and meta-analyses (excluding vulnerable populations, such as infants, the elderly and people with disabilities).
Objectives The standard cartilage thickness in Asian children population Methods A cross-sectional study was performed in 100 healthy Asian children (including 48 girls and 52 boys, age between 5 to 12 years-old).
Conclusion There is still a great opportunity to improve the utility of IOS by developing more computer-aided robust classifiers, specifically for the asthmatic children population as the classification studies performed to date (1) are limited in number, (2) include features derived from tests that are not optimally suitable for children, (3) are solely bi-class (mostly asthma and non-asthma) and therefore fail to include different degrees of peripheral obstruction for disease prevention and control and (4) lack of validation in cases that focus on multi-class classification of the different degrees of peripheral airway obstruction.
The relevance of studying the provision of vitamin D in children with inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) is due to a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency conditions in children population, which, according to current literature data, leads to the imbalance of the immune system and a predisposition to a severe disease course, chronization of the process, development of autoimmune pathology.
Strategies and measures are tested in the rural and suburban hinterland of city of České Budějovice (South Bohemia) after monitoring and comparing of the territorial distribution of primary schools, their catchment regions, the number of pupils in the classrooms of schools, and the schoolchildren populations in the settlements.