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The Lymphatic Imaging and Interventions Frontier Program and the Cancer Immunotherapy Frontier Program receive initial funding from CHOP to find new treatments for children with complex conditions.
Published on in International Update
CHOP clinicians are constantly making discoveries that they want to share with colleagues around the world. Several times a year, they attend conferences in other countries to share best practices and research, explore opportunities for new collaborations, and learn about other healthcare systems. Read about their latest visit to the UAE.
Early recognition and treatment of hypertension in childhood has the potential to reduce adverse cardiovascular events later in life. In this case study, the author offers guidance on when a referral to CHOP’s Hypertension and Vascular Evaluation (HAVE) Program may be warranted.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of only a handful of pediatric hospitals in the country to offer transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to localize the epileptogenic and sensorimotor cortical regions in order to improve family counseling regarding epilepsy surgery and help surgeons avoid those areas when operating.
Barbara Schmidt, MD, FRCP(C), MSc, an attending neonatologist in the Division of Neonatology at CHOP and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, recently learned she will receive the Order of Canada. This honor is similar to receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civil award in United States.
The Neonatal Neurocritical Care Program at CHOP provides coordinated ongoing care for infants who are born with, or at risk for, neurologic disease, damage or brain injury in effort to maximize each child’s developmental potential.
Highlighting the importance of multidisciplinary collaboration represented by the Neonatal Neurocritical Care program, this case follows the care of a full-term female infant with a rare congenital vascular disease.