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|Category||Member Name||Authors||Title||Abstract||Other link
|Education||Day, Sara||Day SW.||Development and evaluation of a sickle cell disease assessment instrument. Pediatric Nursing: in press|| ||
|Education||Day, Sara||Wang W, Day S, Turner E, Bhakta M, Erickson S. ||Medical management and prevention guidelines for children with sickle cell disease. J Tenn Med Assoc 85:209-214, 1992.
|Hydroxyurea||Day, Sara||Day SW, Wynn LW||Alleviating sickle cell pain with hydroxyurea. Am J Nurs 100(11):34-39, 2000|| ||
|Hydroxyurea||Day, Sara||Day SW, Wynn LW.||Sickle cell pain & hydroxyurea.
Am J Nurs. 2000 Nov;100(11):34-8; quiz 38-9. ||11103633||
|Infection||Day, Sara||Chesney PJ, Wilimas JA, Presbury G, Abbasi S, Leggiadro RJ, Davis Y, Day SW, Schutze GE, Wang WC. ||Penicillin and cephalosporin-resistant strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae causing sepsis and meningitis in children with sickle cell disease. J Pediatr 127:526-532, 1995.|| ||
|Infection||Day, Sara||Gigliotti F, Feldman S, Wang WC, Day SW, Brunson G.
||Serologic follow-up of children with sickle cell disease immunized with a Haemophilus influenzae type b conjugate vaccine during early infancy.
J Pediatr. 1991 Jun;118(6):917-9||2040930||
|Infection||Day, Sara||Hongeng S, Wilimas JA, Harris S, Day SW, Wang WC.||Recurrent Streptococcus pneumoniae sepsis in children with sickle cell disease. J Pediatr 130:814-816, 1997.|| ||
|Newborn Screening||Day, Sara||Day S, Brunson G, Wang W||A successful education program for parents of infants with newly diagnosed sickle cell disease. J Pediatr Nurs 7:52-57, 1992|| ||
|Newborn Screening||Day, Sara||Day SW, Brunson GE, Wang WC.||A newborn sickle cell trait counseling program utilizing health department nurses. Pediatr Nurs 23:557-561, 1997.|| ||
|Newborn Screening||Day, Sara||Day SW, Brunson GE, Wang WC.
||Successful newborn sickle cell trait counseling program using health department nurses.
Pediatr Nurs. 1997 Nov-Dec;23(6):557-61.
|Other||Day, Sara||Elliott V, Morgan S, Day S, Mollerup LS, Wang W. ||Parental health beliefs and compliance with prophylactic penicillin administration in children with sickle cell disease. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol 23:112-116, 2001.|| ||
|Other||Day, Sara||Wilimas JA, Flynn PM, Harris S, Day S, Smith R, Chesney PJ, Rodman J, Eguiguren J, Fairclough D, Wang W. ||Safety and effectiveness of outpatient treatment with ceftriaxone for febrile children with sickle cell disease: a randomized study. N Engl J Med 329:472-476, 1993.|| ||
|Other||Day, Sara||Williams LL, Wilimas JA, Harris SC, Day SW, Dancy RM, Wang WC.
||Outpatient therapy with ceftriaxone and oral cefixime for selected febrile children with sickle cell disease.
J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 1996 Aug;18(3):257-61.||8689337||
|Transfusion||Day, Sara||Day SW, Dancy RM, Kelly KD, Wang WC. ||Iron overload in sickle cell disease. Am J Mat Child Nursing 18:330-335, 1993.|| ||
|Transfusion||Day, Sara||Wang WC, Kovnar EH, Tonkin IL, Mulhern RK, Langston JW, Day SW, Schell MJ, Wilimas JA.||High risk of recurrent stroke after stopping transfusion therapy in sickle cell patients transfused for 5-12 years. J Pediatr 118:377-382, 1991.|| ||
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The Cognitive and Academic Impact Of Sickle Cell Disease
by Sara Day, RN, MSN; and Elisabeth Chismark, RN, MSN.
California Newborn Screening Program: A Parent's Handbook for Sickle Cell Disease.
Part II, Age 6 to 18 years of Age is available now, with Part 1, Birth to 6 Years of Age 'coming soon'.