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Gloria Pelizzo; Sara Costanzo; Luciano Maestri (et al.)
Sara Anderson; Simon Haeder; Kelli Caseman (et al.)
Jila Mirlashari; Fatemeh Ebrahimpour; Waliu Jawula Salisu
Abideen Salako; Oluwatosin Odubela; Tomilola Musari-Martins (et al.)
Hepsi Priyadharsini ; Jing Jing Chiang
Modupe Coker; Morenike O. Folayan; Ian C. Michelow (et al.)
Benjamin Jones; Susan Woolfenden; Sandra Pengilly (et al.)
Davide Massano; Laura Cosma; Martina Garolla (et al.)
Damian Roland; Rachel Harwood; Nick Bishop (et al.)
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in large-scale changes to the National Health Service (NHS) systems in the UK to accommodate a predicted surge in acutely unwell adults presenting to emergency and critical care departments. This article describes a rapid, multicentre surveillance project with three
main aims: (1) to identify the number
of children with delayed presentations
to hospital in large emergency
departments; (2) to find out what
proportion of these delays was due
to hesitance of parents in attending
versus the proportion that was due
to advice from primary care staff or
NHS 111 referrals; and (3) to find out
whether these delays might have
resulted in harm to children (using
admission to hospital as a proxy).
Leonell Torres-Pagán; Angelica Terepka
Jonathan Adamson; Chris Bird; Kate Edgworth (et al.)
This paper tries to put up guidelines in preparing a stand-alone children’s
emergency department. It takes into account triage, personal protective equipment, clinical guidelines, information sharing and personnel training.
Joseph L. Mathew
This paper examines how the pandemic and mitigation efforts
affected the physical and emotional well-being of parents and children
in India. Although pediatric cases are fewer and milder, pediatric health care services are severely affected in the country and restarting these services is necessary. Several additional issues merit consideration, both with respect to COVID, as well as other child health needs affected by COVID.
Ricardo Paes Mamede; Mariana Pereira ; António Simões
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