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Utility of lumbar puncture for first simple febrile seizure among children 6 to 18 months of age.
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Pediatric complex chronic conditions classification system: updated for ICD-10 and complex medical technology.
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Children with first-time simple febrile seizures are at low risk of serious bacterial illness.
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Simple febrile seizures: Are the AAP guidelines regarding lumbar puncture being followed?.
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Neurodiagnostic evaluation of the child with a simple febrile seizure.
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Filling the Void: Defining Invasive Bedside Procedural Competency for Internal Medicine Residents.
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Neonatal-perinatal medicine fellow procedural experience and competency determination: Results of a national survey.
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Lumbar puncture simulation in pediatric residency training: Improving procedural competence and decreasing anxiety.
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Impact of just-in-time and just-in-place simulation on intern success with infant lumbar puncture.
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Interns’ success with clinical procedures in infants after simulation training.
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Simulation-based education with mastery learning improves residents’ lumbar puncture skills.
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