Category: Pediatrics (Page 2)
Every Minute Matters: How UVA Health Will Streamline Organ Acceptance Practices
An analytical scorecard will help doctors make heart transplant decisions better and faster.
Advanced Pediatric Endoscopic Airway Surgery
New endoscopic techniques help children with rare airway conditions avoid lengthy, painful recoveries.
Healing Hearts at Home: UVA Children’s Program Boosts Outcomes & Quality of Life
Pushing the boundaries of a digital home monitoring program delivers improved outcomes for children with complex single ventricle defects.
UVA Children’s Teams Up With 2 Virginia Hospitals to Expand Access to Expert Congenital Heart Surgery Care
In this unique collaboration, all three hospitals are conducting complex open-heart surgery in children.
Growth Modulation in Pediatric Scoliosis at UVA Health: Expanding the Scope of Care
See the impact we're making by participating in a study for ApiFix, a ratcheting, nonfusion device for growth modulation in pediatric scoliosis.
UVA Children’s Completes First Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant, Progressing Toward Filling a Key Gap in Care for Virginia Children
85% of Virginia children needing allogeneic transplants travel outside the state to receive them. UVA Children's completed an important milestone toward meeting this need.
When a Children’s Hospital Advocates for Children With Spinal Muscular Atrophy
How one of only a few multidisciplinary treatment programs for SMA in Virginia cares for children throughout the region.
How the Only Pediatric MS Clinic in Virginia Delivers a Rare Level of Expertise & Care
Virginia's only clinic for children with MS and related disorders offers expert diagnosis, comprehensive care, and clinical research opportunities.
Highlights of 2022’s Updated Safe-Sleep Guidelines for Babies
Rachel Y. Moon, MD, chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, discusses its latest recommendations.
Kids Diagnosed with Severe Hepatitis: What You Need to Know
As part of the its investigation, the CDC is asking healthcare providers nationwide to consider testing for adenovirus in pediatric patients of all ages with hepatitis of unknown origin.