FaxNotes

FaxNotes is a one-page monthly newsletter available by fax to physicians at their request. FaxNotes highlights medical news and services at Children’s. Details regarding upcoming educational offerings, including grand rounds, also are included. To receive FaxNotes, call 888-730-DOCS (3627).

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Current FaxNotes Issue

December 2011Comprehensive Care for the Patient With Cleft Lip and Palate: A Team Approach

Previous FaxNotes Issues

November 2011Sports Concussions in Young Athletes

October 2011Pap Smears in Adolescents

September 2011Sleep-Disordered Breathing (SDB) In Children

August 2011Resolving the Itch of Atopic Dermatitis

July 2011Cardiac Screening for Pre-sports Participation

June 2011Minimizing exposure to ionizing radiation in children

May 2011Child Abuse Awareness

April 2011Nerve Transfers: Treatments in Peripheral Nerve Reconstruction

March 2011Thrombophilia

February 2011  Seatbelt Injuries in Children

January 2011  K2 and Synthetic Marijuana

December 2010 Undescended v. retractile testes is a diagnostic challenge

November 2010 Obesity in Our Youth: Perspectives

October 2010 Nephrotic syndrome update

September 2010 Screening for Primary Stroke Prevention in Children with Sickle Cell Anemia

August 2010 Evaluating Headache in Children

July 2010 Eosinophilic Esophagitis

June 2010 Atypical or incomplete Kawasaki Disease

May 2010 Pediatric Oncologic Emergencies

April 2010 Preparticipation Physical Evaluation (PPE)

March 2010 Vitamin D deficiency a growing concern in U.S.

February 2010 Robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery in pediatric urology

January 2010 Pediatric Lower Extremity Reconstruction

December 2009 New Autism Prevalence Rates and Intervention Standards

November 2009 Anticipate more waves of illness

October 2009 Going back to school with food allergies

September 2009 Return to play following a concussion

August 2009 Thyroid nodules merit close evaluation

July 2009 Escitalopram approved for adolescent depression

June 2009 Caring for the foreskin in uncircumcised boys

May 2009 Congenital hand differences

April 2009 Diagnosing pediatric bipolar disorder

March 2009 Epidural catheter for pain management

January 2009 Functional abdominal pain in children

December 2008 Meningococcal vaccine

September 2008 Cardiovascular monitoring for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) patients

August 2008 Inhaler Conversion

June 2008 Pneumococcal Vaccine in Patients with Cochlear Implants

May 2008 Importance of early diagnosis and treatment for children with autism

April 2008 Prednisone and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

March 2008 Spasticity Management

February 2008 Treatments for children and adolescents with depression

January 7, 2008 Neurometabolic Diseases and Hypoglycorrhachia

December 3, 2007 Type 1 Diabetes

September 12, 2007 Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID)

September 5, 2006 The primary immunodeficiency diseases

August 14, 2006 Mental health disorders and the return to school

July 31, 2006 Heat-Related Illnesses

July 17, 2006 Acanthosis nigricans

July 5, 2006 Dysfunctional voiding

June 19, 2006 GI bleeding

June 5, 2006 Snakebites: An update and a review

May 22, 2006 Rotavirus vaccines in phase III trials

May 8, 2006 Diagnosing eating disorders

April 24, 2006 Unilateral cervical lymphadenitis

April 10, 2006 Enterovirus (Nonpoliovirus) Infections: Coxsackievirus, Echovirus and Enterovirus

March 27, 2006 Office emergency preparedness

March 13, 2006 Common indicators for ear tubes referral

February 27, 2006 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in a pediatric emergency

January 23, 2006 Stem cell transplantation in non-malignant disorders

January 9, 2006 Early intervention can reduce childhood obesity

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