A pediatric dentist and the chair of pediatric dentistry at CHOC Children’s offers tips on dental health to parents of children with special needs.
Dr. Michele Domico, medical director of CHOC’s (CVICU), speaks to the importance of a cardiac intensivist on a child’s heart surgery team.
The expansion of the NICU at CHOC Children's Hospital will establish 36 private patient rooms, which have been shown to improve outcomes among infants.
Many babies are born with small blemishes that go away on their own. But what if they don’t? A new laser treatment at CHOC Children's could help.
CHOC Children’s Small Baby Unit is improving quality and outcomes in extremely low birth weight infants according to results of an article in Pediatrics.
For decades, CHOC Children’s has offered highly specialized care for critically ill babies. CHOC will expand its NICU by building out of 36 private rooms.
The Multidisciplinary Feeding Program at CHOC Children’s — the only one of its kind on the West Coast — offers a positive, holistic approach to feeding disorders.
The CHOC Children’s Infusionarium is the first program of its kind to combine immersive video technology with life-saving infusion therapy, such as chemotherapy or IV antibiotics.