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Tartu University Hospital expands Clinerion’s PRS network of hospitals into Estonia.

Tartu University Hospital, the only university hospital in Estonia and an eHealth pioneer, has joined the network of hospitals on Clinerion’s PRS platform. Tartu University Hospital was established in 1804 and is the only university hospital in Estonia. It covers all medical fields from nursing care to oncology and organ transplantation. The hospital has a […] The post Tartu University Hos...

Ring in the New: Rady Children’s Hospital Introduces NovaSeq for Newborn Diagnoses

ORLANDO, FL -- Over the past few years, Stephen Kingsmore has pioneered the use of clinical next-gen sequencing for the diagnosis of babies admitted into the newborn intensive care unit (NICU). That expertise was honed at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, before Kingsmore moved in 2015 to the Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California. In a talk at the American Society ...

LLU Children’s Hospital is Only Hospital in the Western U.S. to Earn National Award for Top Quality in 2017

The Top Hospital designation is awarded by the Leapfrog Group LOMA LINDA, Calif. (PRWEB) December 12, 2017 For the first time, Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital(LLUCH) has been named a Top Children’s Hospital by The Leapfrog Group, a designation that highlights its nationally recognized achievements in patient safety and quality. Download VNR here. LLUCH is the only children’s hosp...

St. Jude gene therapy improves immunity in babies with 'bubble boy' disease

(St. Jude Children's Research Hospital) Preliminary findings indicate gene therapy pioneered at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is safe and effective for babies with a devastating inherited disorder that leaves them with little or no immune protection.

Pampers Helped Celebrate the #LittlestFighters at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center In Honor of World Prematurity Day

On World Prematurity Day, November 17, Pampers took part in an event hosted at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, celebrating all babies, especially those in the NICU, as part of their #LittlestFighters campaign. Pampers, the brand trusted to be the #1 choice of U.S. hospitals* for more than 40 years, has been proud to be in the corner of all NIC...

Institute for Pediatric Innovation Awarded NEPDC Grant for ShapeTape

The New England Pediatric Device Consortium (NEPDC) has awarded a grant to Institute for Pediatric Innovation (IPI) for ShapeTape, a pre-cut therapeutic kinesiology tape used to stabilize the ET tube to reduce UEs. BOSTON (PRWEB) November 01, 2017 The Institute for Pediatric Innovation (IPI) is proud to announce that it has been the recipient of a grant from the New England Pediatric Device Conso...

How hospitals respond when it's uncertain if the newborn is a boy or a girl

(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) When babies are born with atypical sex anatomy, the hospital's response has a major impact on a family's experience and decisions about sometimes irreversible procedures.

Institute for Pediatric Innovation’s Program Addresses Pediatric Adverse Drug Events

The 2017-2018 Institute for Pediatric Innovation's (IPI) Clinical Innovation Catalyst Program focuses on Adverse Drug Events (ADEs). The Catalyst Program engages nurses and allied health professionals in addressing hospital acquired conditions through innovation. BOSTON (PRWEB) October 31, 2017 The Institute for Pediatric Innovation (IPI) is pleased to announce that the 2017-2018 Clinical In...

T cell-inducing dengue vaccines may better protect children of vaccinated mothers

(National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) Although maternal antibodies help to protect babies against dengue virus infection, they can also be detrimental. In some situations, maternal antibodies can enhance the severity of dengue infections in babies or interfere with immunization of the babies. NUS Medicine researchers have now shown that, in the face of such complicati...

Call for Europe-wide screening of babies for heart defects

(University of Birmingham) All babies across Europe should be routinely screened for critical congenital heart defects (CCHD) within 24 hours of their birth, say a group of experts led by a University of Birmingham Professor and Honorary Consultant Neonatologist at Birmingham Women's Hospital.


Boston Children’s, Brigham and Women’s each receive $50M donation

Rob and Karen Hale have given $50 million to both Boston Children’s Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Rob serves as CEO of Granite Telecommunications, but the couple has ties to b

Zika: An accurate estimation of the neurological risks in unborn children

(INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale)) Thanks to a study conducted in pregnant women and their unborn children during the Zika epidemic in the French territories in the Americas, researchers from Inserm, Institut Pasteur and the University Hospital of Guadeloupe have been able to accurately estimate the risk of severe neurological complications in babies. They have ...

Now we know why babies shouldn't sleep face down

(University of Adelaide) A developmental abnormality in babies -- especially in premature babies and in boys -- has for the first time been directly linked to cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Doctors given approval for UK’s first ‘three-person babies’ – BBC News

BBC NewsDoctors given approval for UK's first 'three-person babies'BBC NewsDoctors have received permission to create the UK's first "three-person" babies for two women at risk of passing inheritable diseases to their children. The two cases involve women who have mitochondrial diseases, which are passed down by the mother ...First UK three-parent babies could be born this yearNew ScientistUK allo...

Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, Who Explored Babies’ Mental Growth, Dies at 99

In hospitals, clinics and books, he revolutionized our understanding of how children develop psychologically.

What’s going to replace hospitals that downsize?

I recently rounded on patients at Providence Hospital as the attending physician on the family medicine residency program’s inpatient service. Providence recently closed its maternity ward as the first step in a planned redevelopment of the hospital grounds into a “health village.” In the short term, the hospital’s decision to stop delivering babies may worsen maternal h...

Love Your Melon Day Brings Joy to Children Battling Cancer Across the Nation

Annual celebration brings exciting events to 150 children’s hospitals throughout the country Love Your Melon, an apparel brand dedicated to making a meaningful impact in the lives of children battling cancer, is bringing smiles to many faces with their celebration of Love Your Melon Day on October 19. This annual celebration brings thousands o...

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust recognised with four national awards – Yellow Advertiser – Redbridge

Yellow Advertiser - RedbridgeBarking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust recognised with four national awardsYellow Advertiser - RedbridgeTHE NHS trust operating Queen's Hospital, Romford, and King George Hospital, Ilford, celebrated winning four prestigious national awards last week. Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) was honoured by The Pati...

Experts call for routine screening of babies across Europe for heart defects

All babies across Europe should be routinely screened for critical congenital heart defects (CCHD) within 24 hours of their birth, say a group of experts led by a University of Birmingham Professor and Honorary Consultant Neonatologist at Birmingham Women's Hospital.

New discovery offers hope of protecting premature babies from blindness

(University of Gothenburg) Now there is hope of a new way to protect extremely premature babies from impaired vision or blindness resulting from the eye disease retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). A study at Sahlgrenska Academy published in JAMA Ophthalmology points to a clear link between ROP and low levels of the fatty acid arachidonic acid, measured in children's blood.

West China Hospital, Sichuan University ranks the first among all Chinese hospitals for four ...

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Wait a minute! Clamping the umbilical cord later saves preterm babies' lives

(University of Sydney) Thousands of preterm babies could be saved by waiting 60 seconds before clamping the umbilical cord after birth instead of clamping it immediately -- according to two international studies coordinated by the University of Sydney's National Health and Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Centre. Approved for publishing in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology,...

Memory T cells responsible for long-term immunity have been cross-trained

(St. Jude Children's Research Hospital) St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Emory University research offers insight into origins of the T cells that provide enduring immune protection; findings should aid vaccine development and cancer immunotherapies.

Pneumonia Treatment With Vaccines Instead of Antibiotics

Mycoplasma bacteria are one of the most common causes of bacterial pneumonia in children. It is still unclear how the disease develops. Researchers from the University Children's Hospital Zurich and University of Zurich (UZH) have now demonstrated that there are specific immune cells, so-called B cells, which are crucial for recovery from the

Risk assessment tool can now better predict pressure injuries in children

(University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing) Pressure-related skin injuries, a nurse-sensitive quality indicator in hospitals, are associated with increased morbidity and higher costs of care. There's been much attention focused on hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPI) in the adult population. However, while preventable, immobility-related and medical device-related pressure injuries (MDPI)...

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