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1 Re: Age-related incidence curve of hospitalized Shaken Baby Syndrome cases: Convergent evidence for crying as a trigger to shaking (Barr, Trent, & Cross, 2006)
article 2007    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A.
Keywords: Health · Jeugd en Gezondheid · age distribution · child · crying · hospitalization · human · incidence · infant · letter · questionnaire · shaken baby syndrome · skill · Age Factors · Crying · Humans · Incidence · Infant · Shaken Baby Syndrome

2 Excessive infant crying: Definitions determine risk groups
article 2002    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Brugman, E. · Hirasing, R.A.
Keywords: Health · Anamnesis · Employment · High risk population · Infant crying · Lifestyle · Major clinical study · Parental behavior · Crying · Decision Making · Humans · Infant · Mothers · Netherlands · Odds Ratio · Prevalence · Risk Assessment · Risk Factors · Smoking · Socioeconomic Factors
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3 Prevalentie van gedragingen van ouders om het huilen van zuigelingen te verminderen die kunnen leiden tot mishandeling [Prevalence of parental behaviour to diminish the crying of infants that may lead to abuse]
article 2004    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Wal, M.F. van der · Brugman, E. · Hira Sing, R.A. · Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P.
Keywords: Health · Adult · Confidence interval · Coping behavior · Developing country · High risk population · Parental behavior · Risk factor · Shaken baby syndrome · Work · Child Abuse · Crying · Female · Humans · Infant · Infant Behavior · Infant, Newborn · Male · Netherlands · Parents · Prevalence · Questionnaires
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4 Infant crying and abuse
article 2004    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Wal, M.F.V.D. · Brugman, E. · Sing, R.A.H. · Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P.
Keywords: Health · Child death · Child neglect · Coping behavior · Developing country · Infant welfare · Morbidity · Parental behavior · Physician · Poverty · Risk assessment · Child Abuse · Crying · Female · Humans · Infant · Infant Behavior · Infant, Newborn · Male · Netherlands · Parents · Prevalence · Questionnaires · Socioeconomic Factors
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5 Gastro-oesofageale reflux bij zuigelingen: Een grotere rol voor de jeugdarts [Gastro-oesophageal reflux in infants: A more prominent role for the youth healthcare physician]
article 2014    
Author: Jong, T. de · Kamphuis, M. · Kivit-Schwengle, L.
Keywords: Health · Crying · Gastroesophageal reflux · Growth curve · health care · Health care personnel · Human · Infant · Infant disease · Lactation · Netherlands · Note · Overnutrition · Physician · Practice guideline · Stimulus · Weight gain · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living · Behavioural Changes · CH - Child Health · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences

6 Excessive infant crying: The impact of varying definitions
article 2001    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Brugman, E. · Hirasing, R.A.
Keywords: Health · Infancy · Prevention · Preventive child health care · Accuracy · Concept formation · Controlled study · Diagnostic procedure · Disease severity · Distress syndrome · Major clinical study · Population research · Colic · Cross-Sectional Studies · Crying · Humans · Infant · Infant Behavior · Infant, Newborn · Netherlands · Parents · Population Surveillance · Prevalence · Sampling Studies · Terminology · Time Factors
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7 Exposure to tobacco smoke and infant crying
article 2005    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Lanting, C.I. · Crone, M.R. · Wouwe, J.P. van
Keywords: Health · Tobacco · Tobacco smoke · Cigarette smoking · Controlled study · Environmental exposure · Infancy · Maternal behavior · Newborn · Paternal behavior · Postnatal care · Prenatal exposure · Smoking · Breast Feeding · Colic · Crying · Female · Humans · Infant · Infant, Newborn · Logistic Models · Male · Netherlands · Parents · Pregnancy · Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects · Prevalence · Tobacco Smoke Pollution
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8 Infantile colics: Maternal smoking as potential risk factor
article 2000    
Author: Reijneveld, S.A. · Brugman, E. · Hirasing, R.A.
Keywords: Health · Infancy · Prevention · Preventive child health care · Crying · High risk population · Infant feeding · Major clinical study · Maternal behavior · Prevalence · Risk factor · Indoor air pollution · Infant nutrition · Breast Feeding · Colic · Female · Humans · Infant · Infant Nutrition Physiology · Netherlands · Prevalence · Risk Factors · Smoking · Tobacco Smoke Pollution
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9 Neonatal Facial Coding System for Assessing Postoperative Pain in Infants: Item Reduction is Valid and Feasible
article 2003    
Author: Peters, J.W.B. · Koot, H.M. · Grunau, R.E. · Boer, J. de · Druenen, M.J. van · Tibboel, D. · Duivenvoorden, H.J.
Keywords: Facial action · Pain measurement · Postoperative pain · Body movement · Child · Clinical article · Crying · Feasibility study · Newborn period · Nonverbal communication · Pain · Pain assessment · Patient coding · Postoperative pain · Prospective study · Risk assessment · Validation process · Visual analog scale · Blood Pressure · Catecholamines · Facial Expression · Female · Heart Rate · Humans · Infant · Infant, Newborn · Male · Morphine · Outcome Assessment (Health Care) · Pain Measurement · Pain, Postoperative · Postoperative Care · Prospective Studies · Psychological Tests · Reproducibility of Results · Videotape Recording
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10 Double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges in children with alleged cow's milk allergy: Prevention of unnecessary elimination diets and determination of eliciting doses
article 2013    
Author: Dambacher, W.M. · Kort, E.H.M. de · Blom, W.M. · Houben, G.F. · Vries, E. de
Keywords: Health · Cow's milk allergy · Cow's milk protein · Double-blind placebo-controlled provocation · Milk hypersensitivity · Minimum eliciting dose · food allergen · milk protein · abdominal pain · adverse outcome · allergic reaction · article · artificial milk · child · colic · constipation · controlled study · diarrhea · diet · double blind procedure · dyspnea · eczema · feeding disorder · female · human · infant · infant feeding · major clinical study · male · milk allergy · pathological crying · preschool child · prospective study · provocation test · randomized controlled trial · rash · rectum hemorrhage · school child · swelling · urticaria · vomiting · wheezing · Food and Nutrition · Healthy Living · Life · QS - Quality & Safety · EELS - Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences
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11 Parental knowledge reduces long term anxiety induced by false-positive test results after newborn screening for cystic fibrosis
article 2014    
Author: Vernooij-van Langen, A.M.M. · Pal, S.M. van der · Reijntjens, A.J.T. · Loeber, J.G. · Dompeling, E. · Dankert-Roelse, J.E.
Keywords: Health · Newborn screening · Cystic fibrosis · False positive · Parental knowledge · Parental feelings · False positive · Chloride · Adult · Anxiety · Appetite disorder · Childbirth education · Chloride blood level · Controlled study · Crying · Cystic fibrosis · Depression · Dyspnea · Educational status · emotion · False positive result · Female · Follow up · Happiness · Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale · Human · Infant · Knowledge · Laboratory diagnosis · Major clinical study · Male · Marriage · Muscle cramp · Newborn care · Newborn screening · Observational study · Parental stress · Pregnant woman · Prospective study · Reassurance · Reliability · Respiratory tract disease · Screening test · Semi structured interview · Sleep disorder · Stomach pain · Structured questionnaire · Sweat test · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living · Behavioural Changes · CH - Child Health · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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