E-cigarette or Vaping product use-Associated Lung Injury (EVALI) is a relatively recent epidemic, clinical presentation remains quite variable, and there is no consensus among pediatric pulmonologists as to the best treatment approach. In this article, Fariba Rezaee, MD, presents a case of EVALI in a 15-year-old female who presents with deteriorating respiratory status.
Pharmacogenomic testing may one day be feasible for ADHD. Jennifer Hockings, PharmD, PhD, explains a growing body of research to-date and what additional work is still needed to make it become a reality.
In today’s changing medical climate, physicians need to treat ADHD better and more cost-effectively. Get evidence-based recommendations and simple practices that integrate medicine and behavioral health for patients with ADHD.
Studies suggest that adults can grow into ADHD like children grow out of it. But Cleveland Clinic’s Michael Manos, PhD, says ADHD is most likely present throughout life, although it may manifest differently.
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An analysis of 250 youths with ADHD shows how dose responses to psychostimulants follow six distinct patterns — and how age and other factors figure into response.
High rates of neurodevelopmental disability are the one downside of improved survival among kids with congenital heart disease. Here’s why Cleveland Clinic created a Neurocardiac Clinic for these patients’ unique needs.
Dr. Schulte elaborates on primary care pediatricians’ roles in assessing learning disability, initiating school services and otherwise supporting children and their families.
For children with well-controlled epilepsy who also need treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, methylphenidate (MPH) can be an effective and safe option.
A unique Cleveland Clinic trial in youths with ADHD outlines the pros and cons of pharmacologic, behavioral and combined therapies — and underscores the need to include behavioral interventions whenever possible.
A faculty of over 50 pediatric experts explores practice implications of the year’s most important advances in pediatric care June 11-13 at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Innovation Summit.