Category: Pediatrics (Page 2)
Pioneering Collaborative Optimizes CHD Care Across Virginia
The Virginia Congenital Cardiac Collaborative aims to optimize care and outcomes for children in Virginia with complex congenital heart defects.
Drug Discovery: A Safer, More Accessible Treatment for Recurrent Pediatric T-ALL
UVA Children's pediatric oncology researchers have developed a molecule to block a key determinant of T-ALL cell survival.
UVA Surgeons Are Expanding the Pool of Organs for Kids & Adults With Pediatric Domino Liver Transplant
In lieu of more donors, UVA Children's transplant specialists are bridging the organ gap by innovating new ways to broaden the pool. These complex procedures are improving organ allocation for both kids and adults throughout the region.
UVA is a Global Referral Center for Children Born with Aural Atresia
Aural atresia can inhibit childhood speech development. UVA is one of the only programs in the world restoring hearing to children through canalplasty, an innovative repair surgery.
UVA Children’s at Forefront of Technologies That Signal Early Illness, Prevent Death
An international leader in predictive monitoring, UVA Children’s has developed technologies that improve outcomes for newborns and children.
Harnessing the Power of AI for Our Youngest Patients
UVA Health researchers are using artificial intelligence to advance risk evaluation and treatment options for children with disruptive gastrointestinal disease.
UVA Children’s Improves Patient Outcomes With First-Of-Its-Kind Home Monitoring Platform
UVA Children’s reduced ED visits and hospital length-of-stay with the first consumer-friendly, EMR-integrated home monitoring platform.
New Partnership Expands & Enhances Pediatric Heart Surgery in Virginia
UVA Children's and Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU formed a partnership to offer enhanced pediatric cardiac surgery care.
Five UVA Children’s Specialties Nationally Ranked by U.S. News & World Report
UVA Children’s pediatric care clinics are once again welcoming new and existing patients for on-site appointments, offering a variety of services ranging from well-child visits to more immediate or specialized care.
Get to Know: Reza Daugherty, MD, FAAP, Chief of Pediatric Medical Imaging
Daugherty has made a significant impact within the Division of Pediatric Radiology, working to expand the number of services and the locations these services are provided, introducing new technology and imaging protocols, as well as teaching and mentoring aspiring providers.