The clinical application of a novel algorithm in the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit can alert patients’ care team in real-time when the risk for cardiac arrest is likely.Read More
Cleveland Clinic’s pediatric heart team created a 3-D replica of a boy’s heart in order to better understand how to fix some congenital defects.
Interim Chair Rita Pappas, MD, highlights the best of the best from 2017 — from VADs to living donor liver transplants.
What inspires pediatric practitioners to seek out interactions with their pediatric radiology colleagues — even when they have remote access to images? A look at Cleveland Clinic Children’s researchers’ findings.
Two-day symposium will feature lectures and break-out sessions on the latest evidence-based interventions and treatment techniques for pediatric conditions, including neurological disorders, orthopaedic conditions, autism and chronic pain.
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Meet Sammy: An energetic 8-year-old who received the first multivisceral transplant in a pediatric patient with Alagille syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that can lead to liver failure.
When treating children with complicated gait abnormalities, detailed understanding of a patient’s walking impairments is important. Cleveland Clinic physiatrist Benjamin Katholi, MD, describes how technology that animates movies and video games provides valuable therapeutic insight.
This profile of a successful kidney transplant case illustrates the value of classic clinical sleuthing even when standard screening for pediatric kidney disease raises no flags.
Profiles of two new rehabilitative therapy offerings at Cleveland Clinic Children’s showcase just how broad the reach of pediatric therapy services has become.
This novel protocol adjusts the pain medication regimen after scoliosis fusion surgery to promote earlier mobility. Among the first 20 patients treated under it at Cleveland Clinic, LOS has been cut nearly in half.
By using a first-generation operating laparoscope and stripping instrumentation to the essentials, Cleveland Clinic pediatric surgeons have achieved excellent clinical and cosmetic results with shortened LOS.