Coronavirus Update:What patients and families need to know
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Children’s National Hospital was designed as a Magnet organization in 2019 and 2015 by the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®. This prestigious designation recognizes excellence in nursing services. In October 2020, Children’s National is applying for re-designation.
Advanced lung care program takes an important first step toward becoming the region’s first comprehensive service for young patients with challenging lung conditions
New research out of Children's National Hospital shows no significant differences in the rates of hospitalization, admission to the intensive care unit and mechanical ventilator use between children with COVID-19 and children with the seasonal flu.
In a new study out of Children's National, researchers found that some patients showed a presence of COVID-19 antibodies while also testing positive for the virus.
Two of Children’s National experts were invited to offer commentary on a South Korean study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, that offers new insights into the role of children as potential vectors for the COVID-19 virus.
In new research, two different interventions both worked to significantly reduce the rate of inappropriate antibiotic prescriptions made by physicians in a telemedicine practice.
New research and findings out of Children's National Hospital could eventually help countries optimize their COVID-19-related data.
New findings show that reducing the amount of protein in the urine of patients with focal segmental glomerulosclerosis can significantly slow declines in kidney function and extend time before patients’ kidneys fail.
After a nationwide search, Children’s National Hospital is pleased to announce it has appointed Nate Lesser as the new chief information security officer (CISO). Lesser will lead the execution of the hospital’s comprehensive cybersecurity strategy and roadmap. Lesser has 20 years of experience in a wide array of technical and leadership roles addressing issues of cybersecurity, privacy and risk management.
Minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged children have significantly higher rates of COVID-19 infection, a new study led by Children’s National Hospital researchers shows. These findings, reported online August 5 in Pediatrics, parallel similar health disparities for the novel coronavirus that have been found in adults, the authors state.
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