Dr Stefan Friedrichsdorf discusses what makes the Children’s Minnesota Hospital stand out, including its Comfort Promise and approach to pediatric pain.
Parental cardiac response in the context of pediatric acute pain: current knowledge and future directions
How can parental physiological response be used as an additional measure of parental experience? This review examines cardiac responses as common indices of stress and emotional responding and reviews extant literature examining parental cardiac responses in the pediatric pain context.
Researchers have used a novel imaging technique to demonstrate that premature infants, who have a higher frequency of neurodevelopmental disorders, may display brain impairments in utero.
A global team of experts has launched a new Suspicion Index (SI) for Neimann-Pick type C disease (NP-C), a rare genetic condition that leads to progressive neurological and systemic symptoms.
This infographic highlights some of the key facts related to Rett syndrome.
Researchers call for bone health to be monitored in children receiving treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder after potential link with low bone density identified.
“We should be striving for gender balance” – International Women’s Day interview with Christine Chambers
As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we talked to pediatric pain expert and Neurology Central Expert Panelist Christine Chambers (Dalhousie University, NS, Canada) to find out more about her career as a woman in STEM and some of the obstacles facing gender equality in STEM.
New research shows that ‘hyperactive’ movement may have a positive effect on working memory in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
This short communication describes a child with young onset of multiple sclerosis, highlighting the need for further research in this area.
This short commentary explores the role of parent management in reducing the pain associated with child vaccinations.