Tag "Anesthesia"

Cincinnati Children’s has appointed John McAuliffe III, MD, as Anesthesiologist-in-Chief, effectively immediately. McAuliffe has been part of the Cincinnati Children’s family since 1985, and has served as our interim chief since last March. You can read more in the Cincinnati › Continue Reading

When your child’s care provider recommends surgery or a diagnostic/imaging procedure which requires sedation or anesthesia, our team of anesthesia experts will evaluate your child and decide on the appropriate type of anesthesia or sedation. While it is common in › Continue Reading

In an effort to keep all Cincinnati Children’s Radiology practices safe and on par with the most recent policies, we created a Radiology Safety Award as motivation to go above and beyond. Every quarter one of our radiology employees receives › Continue Reading

Imagine being hundreds of miles away from home with a sick child. You feel alone, afraid, and you don’t know where to turn or who to talk to. Well, at Cincinnati Children’s, we see patients from all over the world, › Continue Reading

An interview with Rupa Radhakrishnan, MD I am very excited to be a part of the Radiology faculty at Cincinnati Children’s. It is one of the top children’s hospitals in the U.S. and the world, and it is a privilege to › Continue Reading

A new study led by Cincinnati Children’s anesthesiologist Dr. Andreas Loepke has shown that general anesthesia may lead to lower IQ scores and language skills in children who have surgery at a young age. Despite the concern, Dr. Loepke does › Continue Reading

We spoke to Dr. Blaise Jones, Section Chief of Neuroradiology, Director of MR Safety and Patient Flow Leader, about scheduling MRI exams and why it can take so long to get your child into the schedule. Dandino: Dr. Jones, we often receive › Continue Reading

Thomas (Tommy) Clements is a Patient Care Assistant at Cincinnati Children’s in Anesthesia Imaging. As a parent, he can relate to the patients and families who come to our hospital. He tries his best to be a friendly face during a hectic time for patients and their families.

As many of you know, motion in pictures can cause blurriness and shadowing, which sacrifices the clarity of the photographs. Much like trying to capture a fast-paced football game or a squirming baby, it can be hard for us at Cincinnati › Continue Reading

When you take a photograph of your child, you might ask her to say “Cheese!” and hold still. If she’s fidgeting and jumping around, the image of her won’t be crisp and clear. In radiology, we need our patients to hold still › Continue Reading