Tag "Interventional Radiology Translational Research and Simulation Lab"

Recently Dr. John Racadio (Interventional Radiology) and Dr. Dan von Allmen (Surgery) were asked to record a podcast on Backtable.com where they described the collaborative approach by Cincinnati Children’s pediatric interventional radiologists (IR) and surgeons working together to share expertise › Continue Reading

Our investment and commitment to advancing medicine occurs on a daily basis here at Cincinnati Children’s. Clinical data collection, process improvement plans, training modules, etc. are products of medical innovations that come about in our Radiology-Translational Research and Simulation Lab. › Continue Reading

Pediatric interventional radiology, a subspecialty of pediatric radiology, allows doctors to use image guidance (such as real-time x-rays called fluoroscopy, ultrasound, or CT -CAT scan guidance) to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures in children. These procedures can be done through small needles › Continue Reading