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Status of Newborn Screening Programs in the United States

Date: 9/6/2013
BACKGROUND. Newborn screening programs have expanded over the years; currently, many programs screen for dozens of congenital conditions that, if not detected and treated early, could result in catastrophic health consequences, including death.

Pediatrics -- Subspecialty Collections : Newborn Screening Authoring Committee

Date: 8/6/2013
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Newborn Screening Expands: Recommendations for Pediatricians and Medical Homes—Implications for the

Date: 9/18/2013
Advances in newborn screening technology, coupled with recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of rare but serious congenital conditions that affect newborn infants, provide increased opportunities for positively affecting the lives of children and their families.

Recommendations for Effective Newborn Screening Communication: Results of Focus Groups With

Date: 9/6/2013
OBJECTIVES. The aims of this study were to determine parent and provider knowledge and awareness of newborn screening; to gather opinions from parents, providers, and newborn screening professionals about the content and timing of newborn screening education; and to use consensus data to formulate

Financing State Newborn Screening Programs: Sources and Uses of Funds

Date: 9/6/2013
BACKGROUND. Financing for newborn screening is different from virtually all other public health programs.

American Academy of Pediatrics Newborn Screening Task Force Recommendations: How Far Have We Come?

Date: 9/6/2013
American Academy of Pediatrics Newborn Screening Task Force Recommendations: How Far Have We Come?

Newborn Screening: Toward a Uniform Screening Panel and System—Executive Summary

Date: 9/6/2013
The Maternal and Child Health Bureau commissioned the American College of Medical Genetics to outline a process of standardization of outcomes and guidelines for state newborn screening programs and to define responsibilities for collecting and evaluating outcome data, including a recommended

Parents' Experiences of Expanded Newborn Screening Evaluations

Date: 9/18/2013
OBJECTIVE: Abnormal results of newborn screening for common metabolic diseases are known to create substantial distress for parents.

Informed Choice for Newborn Blood Spot Screening in the United Kingdom: A Survey of Parental

Date: 8/6/2013
OBJECTIVE: In the United Kingdom, newborn blood spot screening proceeds on the basis of consent based on an informed choice.

Newborn Screening: A Blueprint for the Future Executive Summary: Newborn Screening Task Force Report

Date: 9/16/2013
Approximately 4 million infants are born yearly in the United States (US), and are screened to detect conditions that threaten their life and long-term health.
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