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Screening for iron deficiency anemia in at risk children in the pediatric emergency department: a survey of Canadian pediatric emergency department physicians



Screening for iron deficiency anemia in at risk children in the pediatric emergency department: a survey of Canadian pediatric emergency department physicians



Pediatric Emergency Care 23(5): 281-284



Objective: To determine the attitudes and reported practices of physicians regarding screening for iron deficiency anaemia in at-risk children in paediatric emergency departments (PEDs) across Canada. Methods: A standardized survey was mailed to 183 PED physicians at 10 tertiary care PED across Canada.

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Accession: 016988004

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PMID: 17505267

DOI: 10.1097/01.pec.0000270169.08734.be


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