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Infant clothing, bedding and room heating in an area of high postneonatal mortality.

Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology

Nelson EA, Taylor BJ.
PMID: 2734233
Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 1989 Apr;3(2):146-56. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3016.1989.tb00508.x.

Documentation of infant care practices (clothing, bedding and room heating) was undertaken in an area where the postneonatal mortality rate is 9.3 per 1000 live births. Three hundred and eleven infants (mean age 5 weeks) were studied in their...

Cot death and cot mattresses.

The New Zealand medical journal

Mitchell EA.
PMID: 7891944
N Z Med J. 1995 Mar 08;108(995):69-70.

No abstract available.

Infant walker injuries persist in Canada after sales have ceased.

Pediatric emergency care

Morrison CD, Stanwick RS, Tenenbein M.
PMID: 8806140
Pediatr Emerg Care. 1996 Jun;12(3):180-2. doi: 10.1097/00006565-199606000-00008.

OBJECTIVE: To identify the source of acquisition of infant walkers and attitudes regarding the continuing use of walkers following an injury to an infant in order to design preventive strategies.DESIGN: Descriptive and retrospective.SETTING: Emergency department of a children's hospital...

Travelling with your baby.

Modern midwife

[No authors listed]
PMID: 7780753
Mod Midwife. 1995 May;5(5):S1-4.

No abstract available.

Pediatric restraint use in motor vehicle collisions: reduction of deaths without contribution to injury.

Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill. : 1960)

Tyroch AH, Kaups KL, Sue LP, O'Donnell-Nicol S.
PMID: 11030874
Arch Surg. 2000 Oct;135(10):1173-6. doi: 10.1001/archsurg.135.10.1173.

HYPOTHESIS: Restraint use for children in automobiles is mandated in every state, but injury patterns are unknown. Although use of pediatric retraints is associated with reducing morbidity and mortality, the injury distribution for specific anatomic sites may be altered...

Influence of restraining devices on patterns of pediatric facial trauma in motor vehicle collisions.

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

Murphy RX, Birmingham KL, Okunski WJ, Wasser TE.
PMID: 11176598
Plast Reconstr Surg. 2001 Jan;107(1):34-7. doi: 10.1097/00006534-200101000-00006.

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, it is required that all children under the age of 4 years be restrained by an infant seat or car seat appropriate for their age and weight. Furthermore, all individuals riding in the front...

Kids and car seats.

The Canadian nurse

Brady-Fryer B, Gent M.
PMID: 8443775
Can Nurse. 1993 Feb;89(2):23-5.

No abstract available.

Developmentally disabled children recycle car seats: a win-win program.

Pediatrics

Berger LR, Benally LM, Robson W, Olson LM.
PMID: 8441578
Pediatrics. 1993 Mar;91(3):659-61.

No abstract available.

Child safety seats--improving use step-by-step.

Annals of emergency medicine

Jolly BT.
PMID: 10459101
Ann Emerg Med. 1999 Sep;34(3):404-5. doi: 10.1016/s0196-0644(99)70142-3.

No abstract available.

Carseat study.

The Canadian nurse

Cindrich L.
PMID: 8500091
Can Nurse. 1993 May;89(5):49.

No abstract available.

Counseling children and adolescents on safety.

The Nurse practitioner

[No authors listed]
PMID: 9253018
Nurse Pract. 1997 Jul;22(7):112, 115-6.

No abstract available.

Safe transportation for the tiniest patients.

Nursing spectrum (D.C./Baltimore metro ed.)

Haut CM.
PMID: 7742948
Nurs Spectr (Wash D C). 1995 May 01;5(9):11.

No abstract available.

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