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CONTEMPORARY ® N O V E M B E R 2009 PRACTICAL INFORMATION FOR TODAY’S PEDIATRICIAN www.contemporarypediatrics.com V O L . 26 N O. 11 A pragmatic approach to ALTEs Does your patient’s ALTE indicate an underlying problem? Probably not, but a careful history, clinical acumen, and judicial testing should be your guide. By Joshua L. Bonkowsky, MD, PhD, and Joel S. Tieder, MD, MPH FE ATUR ES 30 Then and now: ADHD treatments The eleventh in a year-long series of commentary reviewing topics published in Contemporary Pediatrics 25 years ago examines advances in the management of ADHD. By Harlan R. Gephart, MD Cardiovascular risk in ADHD pharmacotherapy Using pharmacotherapy for ADHD requires an understanding of the potential CV risk associated with these agents. By Paul Hammerness, MD, Avram Z. Traum, MD, Judith Becker MD, and Anita Deshpande, BS Transitioning adolescents to adult care and adulthood: Is it time yet? Part 1 of 2 The transition from adolescence to adulthood involves multiple interrelated systems, including healthcare, educational, and social services. By Renata Arrington Sanders, MD, MPH, Dennis Z. Kuo, MD, MHS, Eric Levey, MD, and Tina L. Cheng, MD, MPH 6 8 11 16 67 68 77 88 1 78 78 79 NEWS AND COMMENTARY YOUR VOICE NEWS UPDATES JOURNAL CLUB DEPA RTMENTS EDITORIAL Lessons learned from 2009 H1N1 influenza—so far. By Julia A. McMillan, MD D 72 Developmental surveillance and screening Part 1 of 3 Implementing AAP screening guidelines. By Michelle M. Macias, MD, and Paul H. Lipkin, MD RESOURCES FOR YOUR PRACTICE MYSTERIES AND QUANDARIES When is a febrile seizure something else? By Julie Ewasiuk, MD, and John Andrew, MD DERMATOLOGY: WHAT’S YOUR DX? PUZZLER CP LINKS H1N1 influenza A resources CP LINKS Omnibus of resources NEW PRODUCTS POSTSCRIPT How Ben Spock became Dr. Spock IN ADDITION Hypertrophic scar in an adolescent girl. 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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contemporary Pediatrics - November 2009
Contemporary Pediatrics - November 2009
Editorial Advisory Board
Dermatology: What's Your DX?
Then and Now: ADHD Treatments
Cardiovascular Risk in ADHD Pharmacotherapy
Transitioning Adolescents to Adult Care and Adulthood: Is it Time Yet? Part 1 of 2
A Pragmatic Approach to ALTEs
Developmental Surveillance and Screening Part 1 of 3
Contemporary Pediatrics - November 2009
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