Posts From Amy Myer, MSN, CNP

Nosebleeds can be alarming for kids and parents alike, especially if there wasn’t an injury.  The good news is that most nosebleeds can be treated at home without medical intervention. Aside from some sort of trauma, nosebleeds most frequently happen › Continue Reading

Croup can be very scary for parents and children alike, but fortunately it usually sounds worse than it is. Croup is a viral infection that causes swelling or a partial blockage of air as it flows through the larynx, or › Continue Reading

There are a few scenarios in which your child may need a tracheotomy, such as a traumatic injury, a chronic illness, or as a premature infant transitioning from a ventilator. Regardless of the reason, if you’re considering a tracheotomy for › Continue Reading