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Kenneth W. Feldman, MD

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Kenneth W. Feldman, MD

Pediatrics-Primary Care, Pediatrics-Inpatient

On staff since October 1974

Children's Title: Co-chair, Child Protection Subcommittee

Research Center: Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development

Overview

Board Certification(s)
Pediatrics
Child Abuse Pediatrics
Medical/Professional School
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Clinical Interests

Additional information: Medical Director Children's Protection Program; Past Helfer Society Board 2004-2006

Research Description

My research has involved childhood injuries, including epidemiology and prevention of unintentional injuries and delineation of attributes of both inflicted injuries and injuries that might be confused with inflicted injuries. The focus has been on physical injuries, although some aspects of sexual abuse have been studied. I have also studied some primary care topics: absent records as a barrier to immunization and rickets in primary care.

Research Focus Area

Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Ray Helfer Society AwardHelfer Society 2008
Stanley Stamm Role Model AwardSeattle Children's Housestaff 2000
AAP Pediatric Practitioner Research AwardAAP 1991
Children's Pediatric Housestaff Teaching award 1984 - 1986

Publications

The Utility of Alkaline Phosphatase Measurement as a Screening Test for Rickets in Breast-fed Infants and Toddlers: A Study From the Puget Sound Pediatric Research Network.
Clinical pediatrics , 2010 Aug 19
Use of supplemental vitamin d among infants breastfed for prolonged periods.
Pediatrics , 2010 Jan: 105-11
The pace of signs and symptoms of blunt abdominal trauma to children.
Clinical pediatrics , 2010 Jan: 24-8
Toward instituting a chaperone policy in outpatient pediatric clinics.
Child abuse & neglect , 2009 Oct: 709-16
The bruised premobile infant: should you evaluate further?
Pediatric emergency care , 2009 Jan: 37-9
Pediatric tramadol ingestion resulting in seizurelike activity: a case series.
Pediatric emergency care , 2008 Jun: 380-1
Cervical spinal cord injury in abused children.
Pediatric emergency care , 2008 Apr: 222-7
Ecstasy ingestion causing heatstroke-like, multiorgan injury in a toddler.
Pediatric emergency care , 2007 Oct: 725-6
Perineal impalements in children: distinguishing accident from abuse.
Pediatric emergency care , 2007 Sep: 605-16
Renal and urologic manifestations of pediatric condition falsification/Munchausen by proxy.
Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany) , 2007 Jun: 849-56
Hypocalciuric hypercalcemia presenting as neonatal rib fractures: a newly described mutation of the calcium-sensing receptor gene.
Pediatric emergency care , 2006 Nov: 722-4
Hypocalciuric hypercalcemia presenting as neonatal rib fractures: a newly described mutation of the calcium-sensing receptor gene.
Pediatric emergency care , 2006 Nov: 722-4
Oral surgical aspects of child abuse and neglect.
Oral and maxillofacial surgery clinics of North America , 2005 Nov: 435-45
Motor vehicle crash brain injury in infants and toddlers: a suitable model for inflicted head injury?
Child abuse & neglect , 2005 Sep: 953-67
Into hot water head first: distribution of intentional and unintentional immersion burns.
Pediatric emergency care , 2004 May: 302-10
Child abuse in infants with proximal physeal injuries of the femur.
Pediatric emergency care , 2004 Mar: 157-61
Variable presentations of rickets in children in the emergency department.
Pediatric emergency care , 2004 Feb: 126-30
Asthma, allergy, and sinopulmonary disease in pediatric condition falsification.
Child maltreatment , 2002 May: 125-31
Position paper: definitional issues in Munchausen by proxy.
Child maltreatment , 2002 May: 105-11
Does soccer ball heading cause retinal bleeding?
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2002 Apr: 337-40
Feldman KW, Schaller RT, Feldman JA & McMilTap Water Scald Burns in Children.
Pediatrics , 1978: 781-7
Feldman KW, Schaller RT, Feldman JA & McMillon M. Tap Water Scald Burns in Children. Pediatrics. 1978;78:1-7.
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Presentations

Presentations TitleEventLocationDate
Medical conundrums in child abuse - Bone and bleeding disordersAAP NCEWashington DCOct. 17, 2009
Inflicted skeletal injuries - Identification and differential diagnosisChild Abuse and Family Violence SummittPortland, OregonMay 5, 2009
Fracture patterns in children with ricketsAnnual Society for Pediatric Radiology MeetingunknownMay 1, 2009
Current issues in abusive head injuryGrand Rounds Seattle Children’sSeattle, WAApril 2, 2009
Inflicted skeletal traumaPediatric NAT Symposium for Law Enforcement and Attorneys. Madigan Army Medical CenterTacoma, WAFeb. 26, 2009
Inflicted burnsRegional Children's Advocacy Center, NCA net Teleconference Education Call, Video conference for Midwest sitesOklahoma, Portland and HawaiiFeb. 12, 2009
Selective detection of polyethylene glycol based laxatives in children’s stool. Am Soc for Mass Spectrophotometry. 2009Proceedings of the 57th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied TopicsPhiladelphia, PAJan. 1, 2009

Primary Office

Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
OBCC - Suite 100
2101 E Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98122
206-987-7200

Additional Offices

Seattle Children's
M2-10 - SCH Protection Program
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-987-2194

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