Affiliation: University of Glasgow
- Adrenal responses to low dose synthetic ACTH (Synacthen) in children receiving high dose inhaled fluticasoneJ Paton
Division of Developmental Medicine, University of Glasgow, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow G3 8SJ, Scotland, UK
Arch Dis Child 91:808-13. 2006..Following two cases of serious adrenal insufficiency (one fatal) attributed to FP, adrenal function was evaluated in children receiving FP outwith the licensed dose...
- A practical approach to the interpretation of lung function testing in childrenJ Y Paton
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Paediatr Respir Rev 1:241-8. 2000..Here, a structured approach to the interpretation of lung function results is developed. This should help the clinician understand the results from their lung function laboratory...
- Adequacy of clinical formulae for estimation of energy requirements in children with cystic fibrosisJ J Reilly
Department of Human Nutrition, University of Glasgow, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, G3 8SJ, UK
Arch Dis Child 81:120-4. 1999..Two clinical formulae (CF conference formula and estimation based on 120% of average requirement for energy) have been recommended for the estimation of energy requirements in cystic fibrosis but their accuracy is unknown...
- Objective measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour: review with new dataJ J Reilly
University Division of Developmental Medicine, 1st Floor Tower Block QMH, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow G3 8SJ, Scotland
Arch Dis Child 93:614-9. 2008..We also consider unresolved practical issues in paediatric accelerometry by critically reviewing the existing evidence and by providing new evidence...
- Fatal and near-fatal encephalopathy with hyponatraemia in two siblings with fluticasone-induced adrenal suppressionM D C Donaldson
Division of Developmental Medicine, University of Glasgow, UK
Acta Paediatr 96:769-72. 2007..To document previously unreported acute effects of adrenal insufficiency...
- Low physical activity levels and high levels of sedentary behaviour are characteristic of rural Irish primary school childrenL A Kelly
University of Glasgow Division of Developmental Medicine, Yorkhill Hospital, Glasgow, G3 8SJ, Scotland, UK
Ir Med J 98:138-41. 2005..0011) and moderate-vigorous physical activity (Boys 4% of waking time, girls 2% of waking time; p=0.0175). This study that suggests young rural Irish children lead sedentary lifestyles...
- Association of duration of television viewing in early childhood with the subsequent development of asthmaA Sherriff
Dental School, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G2 3JZ, UK
Thorax 64:321-5. 2009..To investigate whether duration of television (TV) viewing in young children is associated with subsequent development of asthma...
- Total energy expenditure and physical activity in young Scottish children: mixed longitudinal studyJ J Reilly
University of Glasgow Division of Developmental Medicine, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, G3 8SJ, Glasgow, UK
Lancet 363:211-2. 2004..Median time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity represented only 2% of monitored hours at age 3 years (IQR 1-4) and 4% at age 5 years (2-6). Modern British children establish a sedentary lifestyle at an early age...
- Children admitted with acute wheeze/asthma during November 1998-2005: a national UK auditG Davies
Division of Developmental Medicine, University of Glasgow, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 93:952-8. 2008..To report 8 years' data from a UK-wide audit of acute wheeze/asthma management in children carried out annually since 1998...
- Pilot study of objective cough monitoring in infantsD L Corrigan
Royal Hospital for Sick Children, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Pediatr Pulmonol 35:350-7. 2003..In conclusion, objective assessment of cough is practical in infants, enabling the pattern of cough in illness and in health to be studied further...
- Total energy expenditure in children with obstructive sleep apnoea syndromeR M Bland
University of Glasgow, Dept of Child Health, Yorkhill Hospitals, UK
Eur Respir J 18:164-9. 2001....
- The evolution of liver disease in cystic fibrosisS C Ling
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, Yorkhill NHS Trust, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Arch Dis Child 81:129-32. 1999..To describe prospectively the evolution of liver abnormalities in cystic fibrosis (CF), and to assess their impact on nutritional status...
- Positive experiences and the relationship between stress and asthma in childrenS Sandberg
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Acta Paediatr 91:152-8. 2002..No such effect was found in children exposed to high chronic stress nor did long-term positive experiences, such as when the child has a rewarding hobby, affect the asthma risk...
- Medication errors in a paediatric teaching hospital in the UK: five years operational experienceL M Ross
Department of Child Health, University of Glasgow, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill NHS Trust, Glasgow G3 8SJ, UK
Arch Dis Child 83:492-7. 2000..In the past 10 years, medication errors have come to be recognised as an important cause of iatrogenic disease in hospital patients...
- Effect of socioeconomic status on objectively measured physical activityL A Kelly
University of Glasgow Division of Developmental Medicine, Yorkhill Hospitals, Glasgow, UK
Arch Dis Child 91:35-8. 2006..The origin of this gradient is unclear at present, but must lie in socioeconomic differences in habitual physical activity, sedentary behaviour, or dietary intake...
- Asthma exacerbations in children immediately following stressful life events: a Cox's hierarchical regressionS Sandberg
Department of Mental Health Sciences, Royal Free and University College London Medical School, London, UK
Thorax 59:1046-51. 2004..A hierarchical Cox regression analysis was undertaken to examine whether there were any immediate effects of negative life events in children without a background of high chronic stress...