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  • 1.   A 16-year follow-up of a child inpatient population

    The aim of this study was to evaluate long-term outcomes of children who had been inpatients in a child psychiatry unit

    Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry, Vol: 9 Page: 46-53 March 2000
    E. Healy; M. Fitzgerald

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  • 2.   A contrastive view of Irish language dynamics

    The aim of this study was to examine the linguistic anthropology which underpins the language dynamics of two Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) areas

    Coll Antropol, Vol: 28 Suppl 1 Page: 73-81 2004
    C. O. Giollagain

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  • 3.   A probabilistic estimation of fluoride intake by infants up to the age of 4 months from infant formula reconstituted with tap water in the fluoridated regions of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine a probabilistic estimation of fluoride intake by infants up to the age of 4 months from infant formula reconstituted with tap water in the fluoridated regions of Ireland

    Caries Res, Vol: 38 Page: 421-9 2004 Sep-Oct
    W. A. Anderson; I. Pratt; M. R. Ryan; A. Flynn

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  • 4.   A review of early childhood studies

    This article provides an introduction to the many aspects of childhood studies. The different strategies, particularly interventions, to achieve these objectives are discussed

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: suppl 69-71 September 2007
    D. McMahon

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  • 5.   A snapshot view of the impact of chronic pain on adolescents

    The aim of this study was to examine the impact that chronic pain has on the daily functioning of a small group of adolescents

    Br J Nurs, Vol: 11 Page: 735-44 2002 Jun 13-26
    E. Matthews

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  • 6.   A survey of sidedness in Northern Irish schoolchildren: the interaction of sex, age, and task

    The aim of this study was to examine lateral preference in use of hands, feet, eyes, and ears in a group of nearly 5000 schoolchildren

    Laterality, Vol: 12 Page: 1-18 January 2007
    J. G. Greenwood; J. J. Greenwood; J. F. McCullagh; J. Beggs; C. A. Murphy

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  • 7.   Antimicrobial susceptibility of lower respiratory tract pathogens in Great Britain and Ireland 1999-2001 related to demographic and geographical factors: the BSAC Respiratory Resistance Surveillance Programme

    The aim of this study was to assess the antimicrobial susceptibility of community-acquired lower respiratory pathogens in Great Britain and Ireland, and investigate its relationship with demographic and geographical factors

    J Antimicrob Chemother, Vol: 52 Page: 931-43 December 2003
    R. Reynolds; J. Shackcloth; D. Felmingham; A. MacGowan

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  • 8.   Associations between physical fitness and activity patterns during adolescence and cardiovascular risk factors in young adulthood: the Northern Ireland Young Hearts Project

    The aim of this study was to examine relationships between cardiovascular disease risk factor status in young adulthood and antecedent physical fitness and physical activity at ages 12 and 15 years

    Int J Sports Med, Vol: 23 Suppl 1 Page: S22-6 May 2002
    C. Boreham; J. Twisk; C. Neville; M. Savage; L. Murray; A. Gallagher

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  • 9.   Attitudes of children towards peers with acquired brain injury (ABI)

    The aim of the study was to investigate the attitudes peers hold toward a fictional child with acquired brain injury

    Brain Inj, Vol: 21 Page: 47-52 January 2007
    I. R. Crothers; M. A. Linden; N. Kennedy

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  • 10.   Calcium and vitamin D

    This article discusses the role of Calcium and Vitamin D in normal growth and development as well as maintenance of the skeleton

    Novartis Found Symp, Vol: 282 Page: 123-38; discussion 138-42, 212-8 2007
    K. D. Cashman

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  • 11.   Changing pattern of childhood blindness

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of, and trends in, child blindness of varying aetiologies

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: 458-61 May 2007
    R. I. Khan; M. O'Keefe; D. Kenny; L. Nolan

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  • 12.   Child coping strategies, dental anxiety and dental treatment: the influence of age, gender and childhood caries prevalence

    The aim of the study was to understand the coping strategies children employ in dealing with pain in dentistry

    Eur J Paediatr Dent, Vol: 6 Page: 173-8 December 2005
    P. Van Meurs; K. E. Howard; J. Versloot; J. S. Veerkamp; R. Freeman

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  • 13.   Cleft lip and/or palate in the west of Ireland, 1980-1996

    The aim of this study was to identify and investigate care for children born, over a 17-year period (1980-1996), with cleft lip and/or palate (CL/P) in the Western Health Board region of Ireland

    Spec Care Dentist, Vol: 20 Page: 143-6 2000 Jul-Aug
    A. R. Hewson; C. M. McNamara

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  • 14.   Clinical and immunological risk factors associated with Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccine failure in childhood

    The aim of this study was to examine the clinical and immunological risk factors associated with Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccine failure in childhood

    Clin Infect Dis, Vol: 31 Page: 973-80 October 2000
    P. T. Heath; R. Booy; H. Griffiths; E. Clutterbuck; H. J. Azzopardi; M. P. Slack; J. Fogarty; A. C. Moloney; E. R. Moxon

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  • 15.   Clinical screening for developmental dysplasia of the hip in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the incidence of late diagnosed developmental dysplasia of the hip requiring surgery in Northern Ireland

    Bmj, Vol: 324 Page: 1031-3 April 2002
    S. L. Maxwell; A. L. Ruiz; K. J. Lappin; A. P. Cosgrove

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  • 16.   Comparison of graft-versus-host-disease and survival after HLA-identical sibling bone marrow transplantation in ethnic populations

    The aim of the study was to compare graft-versus-host-disease and survival after HLA-identical sibling bone marrow transplantation in ethnic populations

    Blood, Vol: 105 Page: 1408-16 February 2005
    H. Oh; Jr. F. R. Loberiza; M. J. Zhang; O. Ringden; H. Akiyama; T. Asai; S. Miyawaki; S. Okamoto; M. M. Horowitz; J. H. Antin; A. Bashey; J. M. Bird; M. H. Carabasi; J. W. Fay; R. P. Gale; R. H. Giller; J. M. Goldman; G. A. Hale; R. E. Harris; J. Henslee-Downey; H. J. Kolb; M. R. Litzow; P. L. McCarthy; S. M. Neudorf; D. S. Serna; G. Socie; P. Tiberghien; A. J. Barrett

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  • 17.   Cryptorchidism: a general surgical perspective

    This study examined patterns of referral of cryptorchid patients to a surgical clinic, management and follow up

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 172 Page: 139-40 2003 Jul-Sep
    K. T. Lim; R. G. Casey; F. Lennon; P. Gillen; M. Stokes

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  • 18.   Cytokine gene polymorphisms: association with psoriatic arthritis susceptibility and severity

    The aim of this study was to determine whether functional cytokine gene polymorphisms influence disease susceptibility and phenotype in patients with psoriatic arthritis

    Arthritis Rheum, Vol: 48 Page: 1408-13 May 2003
    J. Balding; D. Kane; W. Livingstone; L. Mynett-Johnson; B. Bresnihan; O. Smith; O. FitzGerald

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  • 19.   Dental caries, age and anxiety: factors influencing sedation choice for children attending for emergency dental care

    This study aimed to explore how physical (dental caries) and psychosocial (age, dental anxiety and dental health behaviour) factors, associated with child and parent, influenced dentists' sedation choice when a child presents in pain

    Community Dent Oral Epidemiol, Vol: 29 Page: 30-6 February 2001
    P. Carson; R. Freeman

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  • 20.   Dental erosion -- changing prevalence? A review of British National childrens' surveys

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of dental erosion, over time, by a review of the data from the published national dental surveys of young people in the United Kingdom

    Int J Paediatr Dent, Vol: 13 Page: 98-105 March 2003
    J. H. Nunn; P. H. Gordon; A. J. Morris; C. M. Pine; A. Walker

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  • 21.   Dental experience of cleft affected children in the west of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine caries experience and initial access to dental services in a group of children with cleft lip/palate in the west of Ireland

    Int Dent J, Vol: 51 Page: 73-6 April 2001
    A. R. Hewson; C. M. McNamara; T. F. Foley; J. R. Sandy

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  • 22.   Developmental changes in submucosal nitrergic neurons in the porcine distal colon

    The aim of this study was to determine the normal nitrergic neuronal density and morphology in the submucosal plexus of the porcine distal bowel from fetal life to adulthood

    J Pediatr Surg, Vol: 41 Page: 1029-35 May 2006
    S. Montedonico; T. Sri Paran; M. Pirker; U. Rolle; P. Puri

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  • 23.   Developmental changes of the adrenergic network in the myenteric plexus of the porcine small bowel

    The aim of this study was to investigate the age-related changes in the sympathetic innervation of the myenteric plexus

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 23 Page: 659-63 July 2007
    T. Sri Paran; U. Rolle; P. Puri

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  • 24.   Differences in risk factors for partial and no immunisation in the first year of life: prospective cohort study

    The aim of the study was to compare demographic, social, maternal, and infant related factors associated with partial immunisation and no immunisation in the first year of life in the United Kingdom.

    Bmj, Vol: 332 Page: 1312-3 June 2006
    L. Samad; A. R. Tate; C. Dezateux; C. Peckham; N. Butler; H. Bedford

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  • 25.   Does the risk of acute rejection really decrease with increasing recipient age?

    This study examined the major factors affecting graft survival in cadaveric kidney transplants

    Transpl Int, Vol: 13 Suppl 1 Page: S42-4 2000
    B. A. Bradley

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  • 26.   Early management of meningomyelocele

    This article discusses early management of meningomyelocele

    Eur J Pediatr Surg, Vol: 10 Suppl 1 Page: 40-1 December 2000
    S. Brown; A. Bailie

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  • 27.   Early postnatal dexamethasone and cerebral palsy

    This article discusses the early postnatal dexamethasone and cerebral palsy

    Pediatrics, Vol: 109 Page: 1168-9 June 2002
    H. L. Halliday

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  • 28.   Effect of social class at birth on risk and presentation of schizophrenia: case-control study

    The aim of this study was to examine whether low parental social class increases children's risk of subsequently developing Schizophrenia or modifies the presentation

    Bmj, Vol: 323 Page: 1398-401 December 2001
    F. Mulvany; E. O'Callaghan; N. Takei; M. Byrne; P. Fearon; C. Larkin

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  • 29.   Epidemiology of childhood fractures in Britain: a study using the general practice research database

    The aim of this study was to examine the incidence (age- and sex-specific) of childhood fractures in Britain using the general practice research database

    J Bone Miner Res, Vol: 19 Page: 1976-81 December 2004
    C. Cooper; E. M. Dennison; H. G. Leufkens; N. Bishop; T. P. van Staa

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  • 30.   Factors influencing the costs of emergency medical admissions to an Irish teaching hospital

    The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between coded diseases at the time of hospital discharge and costs of hospital re-admission.

    Eur J Health Econ, Vol: 7 Page: 123-8 June 2006
    E. D. Moloney; K. Bennett; B. Silke

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  • 31.   Fertility assumptions for the 2002-based national population projections

    The aim of this study was to examine national population projections with regard to levels of fertility

    Popul Trends, 2003 Winter
    S. Smallwood

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  • 32.   Frequent use of sugar products by schoolchildren in 20 European countries, Israel and Canada in 1993/1994

    The aim of this study was to describe the daily use of certain between-meal sugar products (soft drinks and sweets) of schoolchildren in 20 European countries, Israel and Canada

    Int Dent J, Vol: 49 Page: 105-14 April 1999
    S. Kuusela; L. Kannas; J. Tynjala; E. Honkala; C. Tudor-Smith

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  • 33.   Genomic diversity of cultivable Lactobacillus populations residing in the neonatal and adult gastrointestinal tract

    The aim of this study was to examine genomic diversity of cultivable Lactobacillus populations residing in the neonatal and adult gastrointestinal tract

    FEMS Microbiol Ecol, Vol: 59 Page: 127-37 January 2007
    R. Wall; G. Fitzgerald; S. Hussey; T. Ryan; B. Murphy; P. Ross; C. Stanton

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  • 34.   Have we stopped looking for a red reflex in newborn screening?

    This study aimed to review when the diagnosis of congenital cataracts was made in our region, by whom it was made, and the visual outcome at 2 years of age or more

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: 398-400 March 2007
    O. Sotomi; C. A. Ryan; G. O'Connor; B. P. Murphy

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  • 35.   Helical CT of the body: are settings adjusted for pediatric patients?

    This study aimed to determine whether adjustments related to patient age are made in the scanning parameters that are determinants of radiation dose for helical CT of pediatric patients

    AJR Am J Roentgenol, Vol: 176 Page: 297-301 February 2001
    A. Paterson; D. P. Frush; L. F. Donnelly

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  • 36.   Higher incidence of SIDS at weekends, especially in younger infants

    The aim of this study was to examine the magnitude of "weekends on deaths" in British data in relation to the "back to sleep" campaign.

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 89 Page: 670-2 July 2004
    J. A. Mooney; P. J. Helms; I. T. Jolliffe

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  • 37.   Human seroprevalence to Coxiella burnetii (Q fever) in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the distribution and determinants of C. Burnetii past infection

    Zoonoses Public Health, Vol: 55 Page: 189-94 May 2008
    C. McCaughey; J. McKenna; C. McKenna; P. V. Coyle; H. J. O'Neill; D. E. Wyatt; B. Smyth; L. J. Murray

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  • 38.   IL-15 drives neonatal T cells to acquire CD56 and become activated effector cells

    The aim of this study was to examine the frequency of neonatal NK receptor-positive (NKR+) T cells and their expansionary properties with interleukin-2 (IL-2), IL-7, or IL-15

    Blood, Vol: 102 Page: 2195-7 September 2003
    S. Cookson; D. Reen

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  • 39.   Incidence and outcome of middle ear disease in cleft lip and/or cleft palate

    The aim of this study was to examine the incidence, natural history, treatment, and outcome of middle ear disease in children with clefts

    Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, Vol: 67 Page: 785-93 July 2003
    P. Sheahan; I. Miller; J. N. Sheahan; M. J. Earley; A. W. Blayney

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  • 40.   Infant Feeding Survey 2000. A review of the findings from this new report

    This article discusses the Infant Feeding Survey 2000

    Pract Midwife, Vol: 5 Page: 24-6 June 2002
    S. Brooker

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  • 41.   Interpersonal relationships as predictors of positive health among Irish youth: the more the merrier?

    The aim of this study was to investigate positive health and its associations with supportive relationships with friends and family members, we conducted an analysis of data from the 2002 Irish Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children Study

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: suppl 33-6 September 2007
    M. Molcho; S. N. Gabhainn; C. C. Kelleher

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  • 42.   Issues in dietary intake assessment of children and adolescents

    This article discusses issues related to the collection of dietary data and urge caution when evaluating all such data.

    Br J Nutr, Vol: 92 Suppl 2 Page: S213-22 October 2004
    M. B. Livingstone; P. J. Robson; J. M. Wallace

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  • 43.   Key messages from the National Prospective Tonsillectomy Audit

    The aim of this study was to audit occurrence of postoperative hemorrhage after tonsillectomy and risk factors for these complications

    Laryngoscope, Vol: 117 Page: 717-24 April 2007
    D. Lowe; J. van der Meulen; D. Cromwell; J. Lewsey; L. Copley; J. Browne; M. Yung; P. Brown

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  • 44.   Lack of MEF2A Delta7aa mutation in Irish families with early onset ischaemic heart disease, a family based study

    The aim of this study was to describe the MEF2A gene in individuals had early-onset ischaemic heart disease

    BMC Med Genet, Vol: 7 Page: 65 2006
    P. G. Horan; A. R. Allen; A. E. Hughes; C. C. Patterson; M. Spence; P. G. McGlinchey; C. Belton; T. C. Jardine; P. P. McKeown

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  • 45.   Management of the floating elbow injury in children. Simultaneous ipsilateral fractures of the elbow and forearm

    This study examined the management of the floating elbow injury in children

    Arch Orthop Trauma Surg, Vol: 120 Page: 205-8 2000
    P. Harrington; I. Sharif; E. E. Fogarty; F. E. Dowling; D. P. Moore

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  • 46.   Measurement of dietary intake in children

    This article discusses the cognitive abilities required to self-report food intake include an adequately developed concept of time, a good memory and attention span, a knowledge the names of foods

    Proc Nutr Soc, Vol: 59 Page: 279-93 May 2000
    M. B. Livingstone; P. J. Robson

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  • 47.   Mothers' dietary patterns during pregnancy and risk of asthma symptoms in children at 3 years

    This study examined maternal dietary patterns during pregnancy influenced general practitioner diagnosis of asthma by the age of 3 years in the Life-ways cohort of children.

    Ir Med J, Vol: 100 Page: suppl 27-32 September 2007
    N. Fitzsimon; U. Fallon; D. O'Mahony; B. G. Loftus; G. Bury; A. W. Murphy; C. C. Kelleher

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  • 48.   Mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis C virus: evidence for preventable peripartum transmission

    The aim of this study was to examine the effect of risk factors, including mode of delivery, on the vertical transmission rate of hepatitis C

    Lancet, Vol: 356 Page: 904-7 September 2000
    D. M. Gibb; R. L. Goodall; D. T. Dunn; M. Healy; P. Neave; M. Cafferkey; K. Butler

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  • 49.   Motor development and gender effects on stretch-shortening cycle performance

    The aim of this study was to determine whether the stretch shortening cycle movements affects performance in vertical jump in children to the same extent as it does in adults

    J Sci Med Sport, Vol: 4 Page: 406-15 December 2001
    A. J. Harrison; S. Gaffney

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  • 50.   Mucinous cystadenoma of the ovary in perimenarchal girls

    This study presented six cases of mucinous tumours of the ovary in perimenarchal girls

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 22 Page: 224-7 March 2006
    T. Sri Paran; A. Mortell; D. Devaney; A. Pinter; P. Puri

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  • 51.   Narratives of Irishness and the problem of abortion: the X case 1992

    This article discusses the ramifications of the 1992 "X Case" in which an Irish High Court rescinded the constitutional right to travel of a 14-year-old rape victim who intended to obtain an abortion in England

    Fem Rev, 1998 Autumn
    L. Smyth

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