US pediatric emergency department visits for mental health conditions during COVID-19 pandemic

What The Study Did: Changes in the demographic characteristics and clinical outcomes of pediatric emergency department visits for mental health conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic are described in this study.

Authors: Polina Krass, M.D., of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, is the corresponding author.

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