Aerosolization increases risk for endoscopists amid COVID-19. In this article, pediatric gastroenterologist Karen Murray, MD, discusses the impact of COVID-19 in the pediatric population and precautions for caregivers.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s is dedicated to delivering the highest quality medical care, for every care in the world. To mark this continued advancement, this post focuses on specialty outcomes measures.
Toileting Clinic helps kids (and their parents) struggling with constipation and toilet training. Group sessions combine behavioral health and GI treatments.
After demonstrating that breath analysis can detect pediatric nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, Cleveland Clinic Children’s is assessing the technique’s utility in diagnosing other pediatric gastrointestinal conditions.
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The director of Cleveland Clinic Children’s cystic fibrosis program opines on the merits and pitfalls of newborn screening, when to refer and the benefits of teaming with adult-care specialists.
Three-quarters of a sample of obese kids had at least one obesity-related comorbidity, and nearly half had two or more comorbidities. Check out these and other insights from the clinic’s early research initiatives.
Why is Cleveland Clinic Children’s one of only 21 U.S. facilities recognized for top care in all 10 specialties ranked by U.S. News in its “Best Children’s Hospitals” 2015-16? Here’s one reason for each specialty ranked.
Half of all recent pediatric liver transplants at Cleveland Clinic use split-liver grafts or partial grafts from living donors. This case profile illustrates why the living-donor option appeals to many families.
Pediatric gastroenterology trainees learn and practice endoscopy skills risk-free with a virtual-reality endoscopy simulator. It prepares them better for training on patients.