Tag: "Neonatal Intensive Care Unit"
Virtual Reality Evacuation Training At Children’s
A brief summary of and link to a story about virtual reality training for emergency evacuation of NICU units at Cincinnati Children's.
Cincinnati Walks for Kids Impact Facts: Your Support Makes a Difference
Cincinnati Walks for Kids allows community members be part of the hospital and give back to areas of the medical center that they are most passionate about.
Medical Edge: Pregnancy study of mom’s environment
A brief summay and link to an article on Local12.com about how the Healthy Roots Foundation's event Bluegrass for Babies is funding research by Louis Muglia, MD, PhD, about environmental factors related to premature birth.
Neonatal Magnetic Resonance Imaging Is Unique to Cincinnati Children’s
Cincinnati Children’s is the only hospital in the US to have an MRI unit in the neonatal intensive care unit. Learn why we think it's so important.
The “Avengers” of Ultrasound
We have come such a long way using ultrasound imaging to visualize internal organs of the body. As I interview some of the Cincinnati Children’s pioneers who were involved in
Gastroschisis: Research and Treatment at Cincinnati Children’s
Gastroschisis is a birth defect of the abdominal (belly) wall where the baby’s intestines stick outside of the body through a hole near the belly button. The cause of this
The Imaging Research Center: Today’s Research is Tomorrow’s Care
How can imaging change the outcome for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in children and young adults? This is the question that drives the work of the faculty and