Review Article
16/5/2017
Yasaman Allameh, Faezeh Sadat Akrami, Gholamreza Mohammadi, Nader Molavi, Masoudeh Babakhanian
Symptoms of methadone poisoning, as one of the most dangerous types of poisoning, are very serious in children.The aim of this study was to describe causes and clinical symptoms of methadone poisoning in children admitted to hospitals in Iran.Relevant studies published in national and international journals before ... read more
Review Article
25/2/2017
Yousef Veisani, Ali Delpisheh
Resent reviews have shown that about 18% of all child cancers are leukemia. Track of the survival rate can help researchers improve quality of life of patients through improving screening or discovery of better treatments.This review aimed at estimating the 5-year survival rates and associated factors of ... read more
Review Article
15/5/2017
Neel S. Bhatt, Rachel Phelan, Michael J. Burke
Survival after allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation (HSCT) for children with hematologic malignancies including acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) continues to improve in part due to advancement in HLA typing and enhanced supportive care. Despite improved outcomes with HSCT, the decision to offer it in first remission (CR1) in ... read more
Review Article
5/5/2017
Bahram Pishgoo, Amin Shahmoradi, Leila Asadian
In the past 20 to 30 years, the area of pediatric interventional cardiology has had noteworthy development. Technological revolutions have significantly progressed management of cardiovascular disease in both children and adults with congenital heart disease (CHD). This article reviews the current indications, techniques and complications of interventional ... read more
Review Article
12/3/2017
Kamaledin Alaedini, Kaveh Haddadi, Leila Asadian
Substance abuse has remained a worldwide issue for many years and in recent decades there has been a major growth in the number of individuals consuming opioids. Several studies have discovered that young kids who have been exposed to opioids develop greater damages in overall intellectual capabilities ... read more
Review Article
3/5/2017
Narges Karimi, Athena Sharifi Razavi
Zika virus (ZIKV) is an arbovirus of the family Flaviviridae. This virus, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, usually affects children and causes self-limited diseases, associated with fever, maculopapular rash, conjunctivitis, arthralgia, and myalgia. There is a significant relationship between ZIKV infection and central nervous system disorders in ... read more
Review Article
15/4/2017
Mohammed Jafar Saffar, Ghasem Rahmatpour Rokni, Mohammad Raeasian
Many diseases caused by viral agents are associated with fever and cutaneous manifestations. Viral exanthema is a widespread nonspecific skin rash, commonly characterized by generalized eruption of erythematous macules and papular lesions. Although these rashes are mostly benign and self-limited, some may be serious and life-threatening. Differentiation ... read more
Review Article
15/4/2017
Shahryar Karami, Nazanin Ghobadi, Hasan Karami
Oral health status plays an essential role in human health. Recently, enhancement in oral health caries has been noted in both developed and developing countries. Dental caries is still very common among children. Screening and preventive interventions is necessary. The aim of this study was to review ... read more
Case Report and Review of Literature
31/12/2016
Farhad Abolhassan Choobdar, Elham Zarei, Mohammad Reza Navaeifar, Ali Manafi Anari, Behzad Haghighi Aski
Candida is one of the common causes of infections in late sepsis of very low birth weight neonates. The outcome ranges from a mild focal disease to a fatal septicemia and multi-organ dysfunction.Acute renal failure was found in a seven-week-old preterm infant due to bilateral renal fungal ... read more

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