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Academic Article Do oral antibiotics prevent meningitis and serious bacterial infections in children with Streptococcus pneumoniae occult bacteremia? A meta-analysis.
Academic Article Explanation of mathematical model.
Academic Article Test characteristics and interpretation of cerebrospinal fluid gram stain in children.
Academic Article Differentiating acute bacterial meningitis from acute viral meningitis among children with cerebrospinal fluid pleocytosis: a multivariable regression model.
Academic Article Accuracy and test characteristics of ancillary tests of cerebrospinal fluid for predicting acute bacterial meningitis in children with low white blood cell counts in cerebrospinal fluid.
Academic Article Fever interval before diagnosis, prior antibiotic treatment, and clinical outcome for young children with bacterial meningitis.
Academic Article Yield of lumbar puncture among children who present with their first complex febrile seizure.
Academic Article A low peripheral blood white blood cell count in infants younger than 90 days increases the odds of acute bacterial meningitis relative to bacteremia.
Academic Article Corrections for leukocytes and percent of neutrophils do not match observations in blood-contaminated cerebrospinal fluid and have no value over uncorrected cells for diagnosis.
Academic Article A decision rule for predicting bacterial meningitis in children with cerebrospinal fluid pleocytosis when gram stain is negative or unavailable.
Academic Article Risk of serious bacterial infection in isolated and unsuspected neutropenia.
Academic Article Occult bacteremia with group B streptococci in an outpatient setting.
Academic Article Utility of the peripheral blood white blood cell count for identifying sick young infants who need lumbar puncture.
Concept Meningitis, Bacterial
Academic Article Utility of Lumbar Puncture in Children Presenting With Status Epilepticus.
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  • Meningitis Bacterial
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.