For Physicians and Clinicians

Published on November 8, 2021
More powerful data can inform researchers’ studies into what’s causing childhood cancer, as well as how to improve treatments and survivorship. Read More
Published on November 8, 2021
Researchers have been delving deeper to better understand long-term cancer survival and quality of life for adolescent and young adult patients. Read More
Published on November 8, 2021
New calculator is seamlessly integrated into the electronic health record for inpatients with diabetes. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
The most difficult area we still contend with are children who we think are at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. Do they need an implantable defibrillator? Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
The Ross procedure offers children the opportunity to have an aortic valve replacement that is their own valve: the pulmonary valve. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
Angelica Moreyra, PsyD, talks about her work in the NICCU—and how neonatologists can support the critical parent-baby bond for their patients.    Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
New study identifies factors that may help predict which neonatal ECMO patients will have to return to the hospital. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
As part of the BPD Collaborative, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is teaming up to optimize care for babies with chronic lung disease. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
New clinic provides comprehensive screening and treatment for children with endocrine issues caused by cancer treatment. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
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Under a $1.5 million federal grant, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is investing in innovative interdisciplinary leadership education in the field. Read More
Published on November 4, 2021
Pilot project aims to reduce the need for two hospitalizations for patients in select clinical scenarios. Read More
Published on October 14, 2021
Researchers are searching for biomarkers to better identify which children with acute liver failure will recover on their own—and which will need a liver transplant. Read More
Published on October 14, 2021
The program is one of only a few of its kind in the Western United States to offer comprehensive, coordinated care for children with colorectal and pelvic anomalies. Read More
Published on August 25, 2021
It’s time to get back to school, for some students after more than a year without setting foot in a classroom setting. A big part of making the successful transition back to daily, in-person learning is preparation and establishing a routine. We're sharing with you the... Read More
Published on July 22, 2021
Clinical Scenario A 21-day-old male infant born at 26 week’s gestation and birth weight 860 grams, currently on CPAP for respiratory distress syndrome, develops abdominal distention and green-colored emesis. On changing his diaper, the nurse notices blood in his stool... Read More
Published on June 17, 2021
Darren P. Berman, MD, will join Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in August to lead the hospital’s Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Read More
Published on April 20, 2021
A state-of-the-art cell therapeutics facility will support the translation of novel cell therapy and tissue engineering approaches into clinical testing for a wide range of human diseases. Read More
Published on April 5, 2021
It is estimated that 50-90% of children with an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis have food selectivity. A Children's Hospital Los Angeles occupational therapist shares information on feeding therapies with physicians. Read More
Published on April 5, 2021
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Brachial plexus injuries in infants affect the nerves that provide sensation and movement in the shoulder, arm, forearm, hand and fingers. CHLA Experts share what physicians should know about this condition. Read More
Published on February 26, 2021
Two Heart Institute surgeons share their thoughts on the importance of the Starnes procedure and a team approach to care. Read More