Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit Patient Stories
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Born 13 weeks premature, Taylor is now a happy toddler, thanks to expert care and innovative treatment for severe chronic lung disease at CHOP.
After a year of intensive treatment, 14-month-old Evan Stickle is finally home. His family credits his turnaround to CHOP’s Newborn and Infant Chronic Lung Disease Program.
Born prematurely at only 26 weeks gestation, twins Chyanne and Terrance had numerous health issues. Chyanne's condition became dire when doctors discovered she had necrotizing enterocolitis, a rare infection that can destroy intestinal tissue.
After being rushed to CHOP with dangerously high level of ammonia, baby Gavin was diagnosed with methylmalonic acidemia, a rare, life-threatening metabolic condition.