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Intussusception is the most common abdominal emergency of early childhood and is usually idiopathic. The vast majority of cases (80%) occur in children less than 2 years, with the most frequent age range being 5-10 months.

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Clinical Practice Guideline: European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases consensus recommendations for rotavirus vaccination in Europe: update 2014

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Vesikari T, Van Damme P, Giaquinto C, Dagan R, Guarino A, Szajewska H, Usonis...

This guideline aims to provide policy makers of European countries with the information and tools to assist in decision making on rotavirus vaccination policy with the new consensus recommendations.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Japanese guidelines for the management of intussusception in children, 2011

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Ito Y, Kusakawa I, Murata Y, Ukiyama E, Kawase H, Kamagata S, Ueno S, Osamura...

This guideline aims to help clinicians promptly diagnose intussusception, initiate appropriate treatment as early as possible, and to protect intussuscepted children.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Data Form: Appendix from article, "Risk of intussusception after monovalent rotavirus vaccination"

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Weihmiller SN, Buonomo C, Bachur R,

This checklist assists in the detection of intussusception risk following monovalent rotavirus vaccination.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Recommendations for the use of rotavirus vaccines in infants

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Canadian Paediatric Society

These guidelines provide recommendations for the use of rotavirus vaccine for infants in Canada, and summarize information on the disease, epidemiology, as well as the safety and efficacy of vaccines currently authorized for the prevention of rotavirus disease in Canada.

Clinical Practice Guideline: European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases consensus recommendations for rotavirus vaccination in Europe: update 2014

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Vesikari T, Van Damme P, Giaquinto C, Dagan R, Guarino A, Szajewska H, Usonis...

This guideline aims to provide policy makers of European countries with the information and tools to assist in decision making on rotavirus vaccination policy with the new consensus recommendations.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Japanese guidelines for the management of intussusception in children, 2011

Visit

Ito Y, Kusakawa I, Murata Y, Ukiyama E, Kawase H, Kamagata S, Ueno S, Osamura...

This guideline aims to help clinicians promptly diagnose intussusception, initiate appropriate treatment as early as possible, and to protect intussuscepted children.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Data Form: Appendix from article, "Risk of intussusception after monovalent rotavirus vaccination"

Visit

Weihmiller SN, Buonomo C, Bachur R,

This checklist assists in the detection of intussusception risk following monovalent rotavirus vaccination.

Clinical Practice Guideline: Recommendations for the use of rotavirus vaccines in infants

Visit

Canadian Paediatric Society

These guidelines provide recommendations for the use of rotavirus vaccine for infants in Canada, and summarize information on the disease, epidemiology, as well as the safety and efficacy of vaccines currently authorized for the prevention of rotavirus disease in Canada.