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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 109, Number 9, 1 September 2020

Highlights in this issue
pp. 1698-1699(2)
Authors: Käll, Anna; Lagercrantz, Hugo

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The potential of proportionate universal health services
pp. 1700-1702(3)
Author: Goldfeld, Sharon

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If parents were a drug?
pp. 1709-1710(2)
Author: Moen, Atle

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Efficacy, safety and cost‐effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine in children with COVID‐19: A call for evidence
pp. 1711-1712(2)
Authors: Rodríguez‐Martínez, Carlos E.; Fernandes, Ricardo M.; Hawcutt, Daniel B.; Sinha, Ian P.; Pacheco, Rafael Leite

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Appropriate care for neonates born to mothers with COVID‐19 disease
pp. 1713-1716(4)
Authors: Tran, Hoang Thi; Nguyen, Phuong Thi Kim; Huynh, Le Thi; Le, Chau Hoang Minh; Giang, Hoang Thi Nam; Nguyen, Phuong Thi Thu; Murray, John

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A systematic review of prevention and treatment of infant behavioural sleep problems
pp. 1717-1732(16)
Authors: Reuter, Antonia; Silfverdal, Sven‐Arne; Lindblom, Kristin; Hjern, Anders

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A systematic review of prevention and treatment of infantile colic
pp. 1733-1744(12)
Authors: Hjern, Anders; Lindblom, Kristin; Reuter, Antonia; Silfverdal, Sven‐Arne

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Narrative review of interventions suitable for well‐baby clinics to promote infant attachment security and parents’ sensitivity
pp. 1745-1757(13)
Authors: Bergström, Malin; Gebreslassie, Mihretab; Hedqvist, Maria; Lindberg, Lene; Sarkadi, Anna; Hjern, Anders

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A scoping review presenting a wide variety of research on paediatric and adolescent patients with Marfan syndrome
pp. 1758-1771(14)
Authors: Lidal, Ingeborg Beate; Bathen, Trine; Johansen, Heidi; Velvin, Gry

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Parents of extremely and moderately preterm children reported long‐lasting impressions of medical care and the hospital environment
pp. 1772-1777(6)
Authors: Widding, Ulrika; Hägglöf, Bruno; Adamsson, Marie; Farooqi, Aijaz

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Longitudinal cohort study reveals different patterns of stress in parents of preterm infants during the first year after birth
pp. 1778-1786(9)
Authors: Schmöker, Annika; Flacking, Renée; Udo, Camilla; Eriksson, Mats; Hellström‐Westas, Lena; Ericson, Jenny

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Midwife‐to‐newborn ratio and neonatal outcome in healthy term infants
pp. 1787-1790(4)
Authors: Dani, Carlo; Papini, Sofia; Iannuzzi, Laura; Pratesi, Simone

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Low socio‐economic conditions and prematurity‐related morbidities explain healthcare use and costs for 2‐year‐old very preterm children
pp. 1791-1800(10)
Authors: Meregaglia, Michela; Croci, Ileana; Brusco, Carla; Herich, Lena C.; Di Lallo, Domenico; Gargano, Giancarlo; Carnielli, Virgilio; Zeitlin, Jennifer; Fattore, Giovanni; Cuttini, Marina

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A parent‐reported standardised checklist is not sensitive to screen for motor problems at school age following neonatal critical illness
pp. 1801-1806(6)
Authors: Toussaint‐Duyster, Leontien C. C.; Cammen‐van Zijp, Monique H. M.; Tibboel, Dick; Gischler, Saskia; Rosmalen, Joost; IJsselstijn, Hanneke

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Children with home mechanical ventilation—Parents' health‐related quality of life, family functioning and sleep
pp. 1807-1814(8)
Authors: Israelsson‐Skogsberg, Åsa; Persson, Carina; Markström, Agneta; Hedén, Lena

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Organised physical activity during leisure time is associated with more objectively measured physical activity among Swedish adolescents
pp. 1815-1824(10)
Authors: Fröberg, Andreas; Lindroos, Anna‐Karin; Ekblom, Örjan; Nyberg, Gisela

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Cross‐validation of Actigraph derived accelerometer cut‐points for assessment of sedentary behaviour and physical activity in children aged 8‐11 years
pp. 1825-1830(6)
Authors: Duncan, Michael J.; Eyre, Emma L. J.; Cox, Val; Roscoe, Clare M. P.; Faghy, Mark A.; Tallis, Jason; Dobell, Alexandra

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Randomised simulation trial found an association between rescuers' height and weight and chest compression quality during paediatric resuscitation
pp. 1831-1837(7)
Authors: Bibl, Katharina; Gröpel, Peter; Berger, Angelika; Schmölzer, Georg M.; Olischar, Monika; Wagner, Michael

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Healthcare utilisation and measles, mumps and rubella vaccination rates among children with an extended postnatal home visiting programme in a disadvantaged area in Stockholm, Sweden—A 3‐year follow‐up
pp. 1847-1853(7)
Authors: Burström, Bo; Mellblom, Johanna; Marttila, Anneli; Kulane, Asli; Martin, Helena; Lindberg, Lene; Burström, Kristina

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Foreign background and older age of children were associated with infection in Swedish tuberculosis contacts
pp. 1854-1859(6)
Authors: Bennet, Rutger; Nejat, Sahar; Eriksson, Margareta

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A single centre experience of treatment outcomes for Helicobacter pylori infection among inner‐city children and adolescents
pp. 1860-1866(7)
Authors: Mathews, Jubin; Malik, Preeti; Rai, Anjali; Lin, Juan; Kim, Ryung S.; Pan, Debra H.

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Insufficient referral practices of sick children in Ethiopia shown in a cross‐sectional survey
pp. 1867-1874(8)
Authors: Beyene, Habtamu; Hailu, Dejene; Tadele, Henok; Persson, Lars Åke; Berhanu, Della

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Unmet rehabilitation needs in 86% of Norwegian paediatric embryonal brain tumour survivors
pp. 1875-1886(12)
Authors: Stensvold, Einar; Stadskleiv, Kristine; Myklebust, Tor Åge; Wesenberg, Finn; Helseth, Eirik; Bechensteen, Anne Grete; Brandal, Petter

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Parental knowledge of safe infant sleep and sudden infant death syndrome is inadequate in Croatia
pp. 1887-1888(2)
Authors: Barbir, Ivana; Ball, Helen L.; Zakarija‐Grković, Irena

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Interleukin‐17 Receptor A gene polymorphism does not increase the risk of Bacillus Calmette‐Guérin osteitis
pp. 1889-1890(2)
Authors: Korppi, Matti; Teräsjärvi, Johanna; Barkoff, Alex‐Mikael; Lauhkonen, Eero; Huhtala, Heini; Nuolivirta, Kirsi; He, Qiushui

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Significant gender differences according to the Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale among 15‐year‐olds in Sweden
pp. 1891-1892(2)
Authors: Victorin, Åse; Åsberg Johnels, Jakob; Bob, Elena; Kantzer, Anne‐Katrin; Gillberg, Christopher; Fernell, Elisabeth

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The total body fat measured by bioelectrical impedance is associated with hyperinsulinaemia in apparently healthy adolescents
pp. 1893-1894(2)
Authors: Gamboa‐Gómez, Claudia I.; Guerrero‐Romero, Fernando; Aradillas‐García, Celia; Rodríguez‐Morán, Martha; Simental‐Mendía, Luis E.

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Live music can play a major role in aiding the development of preterm infants in neonatal intensive care units
pp. 1895-1896(2)
Authors: Morales‐Betancourt, Catalina; Acuña‐Muga, Juliana; López‐Maestro, María; De la Cruz‐Bértolo, Javier; Moral‐Pumarega, María Teresa; Pallás‐Alonso, Carmen Rosa; en Vena, Música

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Management strategies adopted by a paediatric palliative care network in northern Italy during the COVID‐19 pandemic
pp. 1897-1898(2)
Authors: Lazzarin, Pierina; Avagnina, Irene; Divisic, Antuan; Agosto, Caterina; Giacomelli, Luca; Benini, Franca

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Spectrum of COVID‐19 in children
pp. 1899-1900(2)
Authors: Ranabothu, Saritha; Onteddu, Sanjeeva; Nalleballe, Krishna; Dandu, Vasuki; Veerapaneni, Karthika; Veerapandiyan, Aravindhan

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COVID‐19 and Down syndrome
pp. 1901-1902(2)
Authors: Callea, Michele; Cammarata‐Scalisi, Francisco; Galeotti, Angela; Villani, Alberto; Valentini, Diletta

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A COVID‐19 outbreak's lesson: Best use of the paediatric emergency department
pp. 1903-1904(2)
Authors: Pata, Davide; Gatto, Antonio; Buonsenso, Danilo; Chiaretti, Antonio

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Drugs being investigated for children with COVID‐19
pp. 1905-1906(2)
Authors: Deniz, Melis; Tapısız, Anıl; Tezer, Hasan

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Diagnosis of COVID‐19 infection in children: Less nasopharyngeal swabs, more saliva
pp. 1913-1914(2)
Authors: Ruggiero, Antonio; Sanguinetti, Maurizio; Gatto, Antonio; Attinà, Giorgio; Chiaretti, Antonio

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French West Indies castaway children as a result of the COVID‐19 outbreak
pp. 1915-1915(1)
Authors: Rambaud, Jérôme; Flechelles, Olivier

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