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Medical Study Suggests That Infant Bedsores Are Wholly Preventable

Bedsores, also known as pressure sores or decubitus ulcerspremature infant-thumb-175x131-30472.jpg, commonly victimize prematurely-born infants during their stay in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Medical research has revealed that as many as 25 percent of infants born preterm will suffer pressure sores during hospitalization. That is why the results of a new study are encouraging to parents of babies born preterm.

Study Aims To Help Speech Of Children With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy often impacts a child's speech, making words slur or lack enunciation.cerebral palsy child-thumb-165x170-24412-thumb-165x170-24429.jpg A speech problem can be just as troubling as a child's movement difficulties, so scientists at a Scotland university are about to begin a three-year study that will closely examine the speech patterns of children with cerebral palsy.

Brian McKeen Honored With Dan Cullan Memorial Award

Brian J. McKeen, managing partner and founder of McKeen & Associates, P.C., was recently selected for the Dan Cullan Memorial Award.  The prestigious honor was bestowed upon McKeen for his lifetime dedication to advocacy, especially in the area of birth trauma and brain injury. Please read more about this tremendous honor here.  

Study: Anesthesia Drug Ketamine Harms Children's Brain Activity

Ketamine is a commonly used anesthetic in pediatric operations, but it may be doing serious damage to young patients.syringedoctor-thumb-160x160-23100.jpg According to a study published in Science Daily, children under age 3 who had lengthy exposure to ketamine during surgery displayed memory problems, learning disorders and behavioral issues once they reached school age.

Study Links BPA Ingestion During Pregnancy To Childhood Asthma

asthma-thumb-140x140-17691.jpgIt seems like pregnant mothers must avoid half of the foods or beverages they normally enjoy. A new study from the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology recommends adding another chemical to that list because it could make the difference in a healthy childhood.

Pediatric Stroke Victims Often Harmed By Delayed Diagnosis

pediatrician-thumb-338x506-17283-thumb-144x215-17301-thumb-144x215-17302.jpgStrokes are a top-10 cause of death for children in the U.S., and approximately 3,000 children will suffer a stroke during 2013. The threat is substantial, but most children don't receive appropriate medical treatment in the critical minutes and hours after their stroke.

Girl Receives $63M Jury Award For Necrosis Caused By Motrin

In 2003, a girl's parents gave her ibuprofen to help battle a fever. The medication, manufactured by Motrin, caused a life-threatening side effect known as toxic epidermal necrosis (TEN). The reaction caused the 7-year-old to suffer brain damage and irreparable damage to her respiratory system. Unfortunately, that wasn't all that happened: TEN caused her to lose more than 90 percent of her skin and go blind.

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