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Mette Bliddal; Lotte Rasmussen; Jacob Harbo Andersen (et al.)
The direct and indirect implications of the COVID-19 pandemic have been associated with the mental health of children and adolescents, but it is uncertain whether these implications have been associated with changes in prescribing and diagnosis patterns. This study aimed to examine psychotropic medication use and rates of psychiatric disorders in Danish children, adolescents, and young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. This population-based, descriptive register-based cohort study included all Danish individuals aged 5 to 24 years from January 1, 2017, until June 30, 2022.
Samar Thiab; Muna Barakat; Raja'a Qudah (et al.)
Adriana Yock- Corrales; Jacopo Lenzi; Rolando Ulloa- Gutiérrez (et al.)
This study aims to assess rates of antibiotic prescriptions and its determinants in in children with COVID‐19 or Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS‐C). Children <18 years‐old assessed in five Latin Americas countries with a diagnosis of COVID‐19 or MIS‐C were enrolled. Antibiotic prescriptions and factors associated with their use were assessed.
Daniel J. Corsi; Malia S. Q. Murphy
Inés Jiménez‐Lozano; José Manuel Caro‐Teller; Nuria Fernández‐Hidalgo (et al.)
Lucia Quaglietta; Massimo Martinelli; Annamaria Staiano
Kayla M. Joyce; Emily Cameron; Julia Sulymka (et al.)
Patel Zeeshan Jameel; Amar M. Taksande
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