Management of Apparent Life-Threatening Events
in Infants: A Systematic Review.
CASE 2 * Apparent life-threatening event
Sarah is brought to your office after being hospitalized for an ALTE.
A homeopathic preparation for 'infantile colic' may cause an apparent life-threatening event
(ALTE), a study has reported.
Recommended clinical evaluation of infants with an apparent life-threatening event
. Consensus document of the European Society for the Study and Prevention of Infant Death.
Apparent life-threatening events
(ALTEs), which include observation of a color change, apnea, alteration in muscle tone, choking, and/or gagging, can have benign or pathologic etiologies, explained Dr.
He told the GMC he was not aware of any paper or case reports where a baby had a nosebleed with an apparent life-threatening event
which had not been due to intentional suffocation.
Patterns of gastroesophageal reflux (GER) in patients with apparent life-threatening events
. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 1989;8:157-60.
Vaccines, apparent life-threatening events
, Barlow's disease, and questions about "shaken baby syndrome." J Am Phys Surg 2006;11:17-19.
It cannot be predicted by "near-SIDS" events, what doctors call "apparent life-threatening events
Risk factors for apparent life-threatening events
(ALTEs) differ significantly from those for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a study has found.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The recurrence of apparent life-threatening events
was associated with iron deficiency in a prospective case-control study of 216 children, Raymond D.