Coronavirus Update:What patients and families need to know
Children's National partnered with Prince George's Fire/EMS to rescue family exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide.
Physicians and Nurse Practitioners of Children’s National Medical Center have begun seeing and treating patients in the NICU at Mary Washington Hospital and in the newborn nurseries at Stafford and Mary Washington Hospitals.
After a recent case of 12 students in a NY high school recently diagnosed with conversion disorder, Dr. Jay Salpekar talks about this mysterious condition.
Dr. Jerome Paulson comments on a new study that adds to existing data that cadmium may be hazardous to children.
Key leaders from Children’s National Medical Center and the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation are participating in this year’s Arab Health exhibition & congress, Dubai, UAE, sharing how Children’s National is experiencing the positive impacts of focusing four integrated initiatives: quality, safety, service excellence/customer service, and access to care.
Systematic practice changes reported in Pediatrics.
When there aren’t medical complications, electing for early delivery can sometimes cause complications and have an impact on the developing baby.
Dr. Adelaide Robb talks about how she and her colleagues try to help families find the right drugs that are currently in short supply.
Children’s National Medical Center has announced several new officers and members of its governing boards. Children’s National includes several corporate entities, each with its own board.
Pediatrician and SIDS researcher Rachel Moon discusses the facts with the Chicago Tribune.