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BPSUBritish Paediatric Surveillance Unit (est. 1986; UK)
BPSUBermuda Public Services Union (est. 1952)
BPSUBataan Peninsula State University (Philippines)
BPSUBusiness Partnership for Sustainable Urbanization (UN)
BPSUBrake Position Sensor Unit
BPSUBarometric Pressure Sensing Unit
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Pediatricians in the United Kingdom and Ireland were asked to report all cases of suspected anaphylaxis in children younger than age 16 years following an immunization to the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit between Sept.
Figures from the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU) showed a child as young as six was found to be suffering from a disorder.
I find it astonishing that the chairman of the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit should appear to be so clearly at odds with what I understand to be that organisation's stated aims.
Pediatricians actively reported new cases of HUS in children to the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit or the Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental Health, by using a card mailed to them each month (13,14).
After a report was submitted to the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit, a short, standard, structured questionnaire was mailed to the reporting clinician to collect basic epidemiologic data that included family history, clinical features, laboratory investigations, and initial outcome.
Clinical features and acute complications of diarrhea-associated hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) in children from the 1997-2001 British Paediatric Surveillance Unit survey compared with children from the 1985-1988 survey 1985-1988 1997-2001 survey survey No.
We thank our pediatric colleagues, particularly members of the British Association for Paediatric Nephrology, for reporting their patients to the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit scheme; laboratory colleagues for performing initial diagnostic tests and referring isolates to the reference laboratories; B.
The British Paediatric Surveillance Unit said the victims were four girls and two boys aged between 12 and 16.
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