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INFUSION Magazine

PEDIATRICS

Bing CM. Take a risk management check up: A self-assessment for home infusion providers. 1997;4(1):41-5.

Chamallas SN, Fishwick J, Riesenberg M. Special delivery: Keeping the product stable during shipping. 1997;4(3):30-2.

Kaplan LK. What's best for the children. 1995;1(4):8-13.

McKinnon BT. Growth hormone: It's not just for kids. 1999;5(6):32-36.

McKinnon BT. Synagis®: A clinical overview. 2000;7(1):26-32.

Orange J. Optimizing immunoglobulin therapy in the treatment of primary immunodeficiency disease. 2011; 17(5):Supp.S1-S12.

Ringel M. For pediatric infusion, there's no place like home. 1995;2(1):10-16.

Ringel M. Providing pediatric infusion therapies: Putting the pieces together. 1995;2(2):20-25.

Rizk M. Hemophilia and biotechnology: An update. 1999;5(6):23-26.

Schumann K. Healthier babies: A valuable outcome. 2000;7(1):20-5. Zimay D and Erickson K. Pediatric patients with immune disorders: Utilization patterns and clinical outcomes. 1999;5(8):29-33.

Wingert S. Meeting the Unique Needs of the Pediatric Home Care Patient: Lessons from a Full-Service Provider. 2010; 16(5):21-6.

Winn M. Jellybeans, spiders, and what I learned from an 11-year-old boy. 2011; 17(5):35-6.