Background and Aims
Abbreviations:BB (button battery), BBI (button battery ingestion), IQR (interquartile range)
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DISCLOSURE: The following authors received research support for this study from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundational Grant Award (no. Khalaf17B0, HAZLET15B0, and HAZLET18D0) and National Institutes of Health Training Grant 5T32-DK067009-12: R. Khalaf, K. Hazleton; National Institutes of Health Training Grant 5T32-DK7664-28: W. Ruan; National Institutes of Health Training Grant NIH 5T32-DK0077-27: S. Orkin; and Sondheimer Fellow Funds (R. Khalaf) from Children’s Hospital Colorado. In addition, the following author disclosed financial relationships: D. S. Fishman: Paid contributor to UpToDate. All other authors disclosed no financial relationships.
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