Tag : Seattle Children's Hospital

Birth Asphyxia: Weather-Predicting Technology May Help Oxygen-Deprived Neonates To Survive

Health  11 April '17

Birth Asphyxia: Weather-Predicting Technology May Help Oxygen-Deprived Neonates To Survive

Technology of a weather-forecasting tool may be the answer to a long-standing pediatric grey matter as it can be used to test infant's response to asphyxia treatments.

Children Receive Emergency Care At Pediatric Hospital

School Age  9 November '16

Paralysis Outbreak In Washington State: 8 Children Affected By Mysterious & Rare Debilitating Syndrome

A mysterious and rare debilitating syndrome has left eight children in Washington State paralyzed. Acute flaccid myelitis causes inflammation in the spinal cord, resulting in temporary or permanent paralysis.

NZ Federal Budget Expected To Reveal Surplus And New Spending

Behavior  17 August '16

Teenagers Have High Suicide Risks When They Misuse Prescription Drugs

A new study found that teenagers are three times more likely to commit suicide after using prescription drugs for non-medical reasons for a year. For teenagers who abuse opiates, suicide risk is thrice more likely.

Birmingham Women's Hospital Offers Technological Advances In Its Care

Toddler  22 March '16

New Superglue Treatment Lets Girl Walk Normally Again After Years Of Pain

Little Madison Fairchild can now walk comfortably after she has undergone a new experimental treatment which safely removed abnormally-formed veins in her leg.

Lincoln Seay

Infant  1 March '16

7-Month-Old Receives Heart Transplant That Saves His Life

Lincoln Seay, 7 month, received a heart after being on the transplant list for 89 out of the 90 days they were told to wait before a pediatric heart can be available for transplant.

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