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2015, Basic bioethics, ISBN 0262029596, x, 215
The United States has one of the highest rates of premature birth of any industrialized nation: 11.5%, nearly twice the rate of many European countries. In... 
Premature Birth | Premature infants | Infant Mortality | Infant, Premature | Reproductive Behavior | Obstetrics | Premature labor | trends | Prenatal Care | etiology | Clinical & internal medicine | United States | Health Sciences | Infant, Premature - United States
Book
1997, ISBN 9786610070732, 224
Written with poignancy and compassion, Do We Still Need Doctors? is a personal account from the front lines of the moral and political battles that are... 
Medicine | Physician and patient | Medical care | Practice | Medical innovations | Philosophy | Medicine: General Issues | Sociology & Social Policy | United States
eBook
Health Affairs, ISSN 0278-2715, 09/2018, Volume 37, Issue 9, pp. 1530 - 1531
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 01/2019, Volume 143, Issue Suppl 1, pp. S33 - S36
Ethical controversies may arise when genome sequencing reveals a genetic variant that is thought to be pathogenic, but the patient has no symptoms. This could... 
PEDIATRICS | KRABBE DISEASE | GENOMICS | Genotype & phenotype | Pediatrics | Genetic variance | Phenotypes | Genomes | Medical ethics | Gene sequencing
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 11/2018, Volume 142, Issue Suppl 3, pp. S199 - S204
This article draws on fiction, poetry, and memoir to suggest that for many people, tragic choices are best dealt with not through explicit conversations that... 
INTENSIVE-CARE UNITS | FUTILITY | PEDIATRICS | Professional-Family Relations | Truth Disclosure | Parents - psychology | Physicians | Child | Humans | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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JAMA PEDIATRICS, ISSN 2168-6203, 05/2019, Volume 173, Issue 5, pp. 411 - 412
This Viewpoint reviews the debate about germline gene editing in the context of previous debates about in vitro fertilization and other notable technologies. 
PEDIATRICS | Bioethics | Genetic engineering | Genes | Genetic modification | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
Journal Article
Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 07/2018, Volume 142, Issue 1, p. 1
Lantos discusses on what we think about survival rates for infants born at 22 or 23 weeks' gestational age is probably wrong. It is wrong because of some... 
Babies | Survival analysis | Stillbirth | Data collection | Infants | Prenatal care | Gestational age
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 08/2019, Volume 144, Issue 2, p. e20190932
Over the past decade, there have been numerous cases around the world in which parents have used digital media to orchestrate public opposition to doctors'... 
Parenting | Usage | Parent and child | Social media | Analysis | Pediatric research | Methods | Television and children | Medical personnel | Digital broadcasting | Public concern | Digital media | Public awareness | Doctors | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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The Journal of Pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 05/2018, Volume 196, pp. 8 - 10
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 01/2019, Volume 143, Issue Suppl 1, pp. S1 - S5
WGS raises different ethical issues than previous uses of genomics in newborns. In this article, I review some of the ethical issues that have arisen in the... 
PEDIATRICS | TOO | LEGAL | CHALLENGES | Pediatrics | Neonates | Ethics | Bioethics | Genomes | Genetic screening | Gene sequencing
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JAMA Pediatrics, ISSN 2168-6203, 2019, Volume 173, Issue 5, pp. 418 - 419
In this issue of JAMA Pediatrics, Brumbaugh et al1 show that infants born weighing less than 400 g can survive. In this study, when such infants were admitted... 
PEDIATRICS | Intensive care units | Neonates | Pediatrics | Weighing | Hospitals | Health problems | Infants | Birth weight | Survival | Gestational age | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
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PEDIATRICS, ISSN 0031-4005, 06/2019, Volume 143, Issue 6, p. e20190995
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 03/2019, Volume 143, Issue 3, p. e20181703
US regulations allow institutional review boards to approve pediatric clinical trials only when the risks are minimal or (in some cases) a minor increase over... 
PEDIATRICS | Clinical trials | Health risk assessment | Pediatric research | Analysis | Medical research | Pediatrics | Review boards
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 01/2018, Volume 141, Issue 1, p. 1
Poor families without health insurance present unique challenges for pediatricians who want to do what is best for the children who are their patients.... 
Medical personnel | Health insurance | Pediatrics | Physicians | Medical treatment | Medical services | Parents | Kidney diseases | Children | Children & youth | Doctors
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Pediatrics, ISSN 0031-4005, 01/2019, Volume 143, Issue Suppl 1, pp. S54 - S57
Using focus group methodology, we studied the attitudes of neonatologists regarding diagnostic rapid genome sequencing for newborns who were critically ill in... 
MORTALITY | PEDIATRICS | Medical personnel | Neonates | Intensive care | Physicians | Genomics | Attitudes | Genomes | Medical diagnosis | Medical ethics | Doctors | Gene sequencing | Domains | Demographics | Diagnostic systems | Genetic testing
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