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Pediatric Insights: Advances and Innovations with Children’s Health
15 minutes | May 25, 2022
From Hospital to Home: Improving the Outpatient Transition for Pediatric Heart Patients
For children with heart conditions, home may offer feelings of safety and security, better sleep, and therefore, the best opportunity for healing. Dr. Nicolas Madsen discusses a collaborative focus to improve the transition from Cardiac ICU to inpatient to home. Learn more about the Heart Center at Children’s Health and how to refer a patient at childrens.com/heart.
12 minutes | May 20, 2022
Improving Outcomes with Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy
The Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy Program at Children’s Health is a nationally recognized program leading the way in minimally invasive treatments and diagnostics through advanced and therapeutic endoscopy. Dr. David Troendle discusses the program, including ways they are working to improve outcomes and increase access for patients. For more information about the Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy Program and how to refer a patient, visit childrens.com.
14 minutes | May 19, 2022
Benefits of the TeleNICU Program
In 2013, Children’s Health and UT Southwestern developed Texas’ first and one of the nation’s most comprehensive TeleNICU programs. The program connects neonatologists at Level 2 or Level 3 NICUs with UT Southwestern neonatologists and 150 clinical and surgical subspecialists at Children’s Health. Dr. Jawahar Jagarapu discusses his research on the benefits of this program, from extending care to cost savings. Visit childrens.com/teleNICU to learn more.
15 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
Targeted Treatments and Outcomes for Spina Bifida Patients
The Urology and Neurosurgery teams at Children’s Health come together to improve the quality of life for patients with spina bifida. Micah Jacobs, M.D., and Bradley Weprin, M.D., discuss their multidisciplinary and patient-centric approach to spina bifida care. Learn more about the Pediatric Spina Bifida and Neurogenic Bladder Center at Children's Health.
6 minutes | Mar 4, 2022
Caring for Iron Deficiency Anemia in Children
When it comes to treating iron deficiency anemia, experts at Children's Health have a unique perspective. Learn about their method and more.
16 minutes | Mar 2, 2022
Nephrology Research at Children’s Health
Experts from the Nephrology team at Children’s Health discuss the research that helps them examine novel treatments to improve outcomes of acute kidney injury.
12 minutes | Feb 16, 2022
Straightening the Curve
From assessment to diagnosis and treatment, Children’s Health offers cutting-edge and personalized scoliosis care.
16 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Fetal Heart FAQs: Arrhythmia
Experts from the Fetal Heart Center at Children’s Health answer frequently asked questions about arrhythmia for providers.
15 minutes | Jan 7, 2022
The Transition To Adult Care: Pediatric Hydrocephalus
Experts discuss the importance of establishing a process for the transition to adult care for pediatric patients using the discipline of neurology as an example. Learn about their process and how to set patients up for success at your clinic or hospital.
14 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
Pediatric Acute Care Cardiology Collaborative (PAC3)
The Pediatric Acute Care Cardiology Collaborative (PAC3) is an initiative that strives to help children hospitalized with heart conditions achieve better outcomes through traditional research and quality improvement science. Dr. Madsen, the new Chief of Cardiology and Executive Director of PAC3, shares details in this episode.
20 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
Breaking Down Imposter Syndrome
Learn more about imposter syndrome, how it can affect physicians, and ways to overcome it.
24 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Building a Lymphatic Occlusion Intervention Program
Multiple disciplines partnered to create a Lymphatic Occlusion Intervention Program to help Fontan patients overcome complications including plastic bronchitis and recurrent pleural effusions.
9 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Comprehensive Care for Sickle Cell Disease
Each year, the Children’s Health sickle cell disease program cares for approximately 900 children with various forms of sickle cell disease, often with the very treatments their researchers developed. Learn more about the state-of-the-art approaches to infection prevention, pain management and treatment of specific organ-related complications.
17 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
Saving Lives Virtually Using TeleCooling
The Children’s Health neonatal intensive care unit is one of the only NICUs in North Texas to offer a neonatal TeleTransport program, which includes the TeleCooling treatment as part of the program. Listen to learn more about TeleCooling.
19 minutes | May 19, 2021
Risk Factors and Symptoms of Pediatric Stroke Patients
Learn about the risk factors and symptoms of pediatric stroke patients, including why kids have strokes and what you can do as a physician to help.
18 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Creating an Innovative Algorithm for Diagnosing and Treating EVALI (Electronic Cigarette, or ...
After pediatric pulmonologists at Children’s Health saw a spike in adolescent patients referred with unusual symptoms that resembled pneumonia and viral gastroenteritis, they set out to learn why.
11 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Providing Multidisciplinary Care for Bow Hunter Syndrome
Research at Children’s Health fuels innovative treatment options for children facing a rare diagnosis of Bow Hunter Syndrome. Learn how neurology experts are paving the way for patients to receive specialized, multidisciplinary care.
7 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Cardiology to Fetal Care to Adulthood: Delivering Collaborative Expert Care
Babies with complex congenital (from birth) heart conditions need special care. The Fetal Heart Program at Children’s Health℠ offers that care even before babies are born. Learn more about the expert care and accurate diagnoses at the nation’s first elite certified fetal cardiac monitoring program.
23 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
The Children’s Health Bariatric Surgical Center: Providing Support for a Complex Issue
The Children’s Health Bariatric Surgical Center works with adolescents and their families to address the problem of obesity and decide if bariatric surgery is their best solution. Learn how they identify candidates for weight loss surgery and provide the surgical, medical, nutritional, emotional and social support necessary for adolescents.
8 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
CPAN Program Expands Care for Children Facing Mental, Behavioral or Developmental Disorders
The Child Psychiatry Access Network (CPAN) offers teleconferencing and telephonic consultations to primary care providers so they can easily connect with the behavioral health community and its experts in order to better serve the pediatric population facing mental, behavioral or developmental disorders. Dr. Mili Khandheria and Brittany Mumford, behavior health care manager, share their insight.
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