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Published on May 28, 2020
Mask Hero.png از ماسک‌های سوپاپ‌دار استفاده نکنید. بله، باید روی بینی خود را بپوشانید. و به این دلیل است که شیشه‌های عینک شما بخار می‌گیرد. توسط Katie Sweeney ماسک‌های صورت بخش مهمی از حفظ ایمنی در زمان شیوع جهانی کووید-19 هستند. اما همه ماسک‌ها با هم برابر نیستند. و اگر شما به خوبی از... Read More
Published on May 28, 2020
Mask Hero.png 밸브가 달린 마스크는 착용하지 마세요. 네, 코는 가려야 합니다. 안경에 김이 서리는 이유를 알려드리겠습니다. Katie Sweeney 기고 페이스 마스크는 코로나 19 대유행 기간 동안 안전 유지에 중요한 부분을 차지하고 있습니다. 하지만 모든 마스크가 동일하게 제작되지는 않습니다. 그리고 마스크를 적절한 방법으로 착용하거나 다루지 않는다면 여러분이나 주변 사람을 보호해주지 못합니다. 그렇다면 어떤 마스크가 좋거나 안좋은가요? 그리고 어떻게 안전하게 착용하나요? Children... Read More
Published on May 28, 2020
Mask Hero.png 请勿佩戴带呼吸阀的口罩。是的,需捂住鼻子。眼镜总是起雾的原因。 由 Katie Sweeney 撰写 新冠病毒疫情期间,佩戴口罩是保障安全的一个重要措施。但并非所有口罩都能保障安全。不正确地佩戴和处理口罩,则无法保障自己或他人的安全。 哪些口罩合适?哪些口罩不合适?如何安全地佩戴口罩?Marisa Glucoft, 公共卫生硕士, CIC, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles 感染预防和应急管理认证兼许可主任与您分享您应该了解的口罩知识。 为什么口罩如此重要? 口罩有助于阻止说话、呼吸、... Read More
Published on May 28, 2020
Mask Hero.png 不要戴有閥的口罩。是的,您需要遮住鼻子。這就是為什麼您的眼鏡不斷起霧。 作者 Katie Sweeney 口罩是在 COVID-19 疫情流行期間保持安全的重要部分。但是,並非所有口罩都一樣。而且,如果您沒有正確佩戴及使用口罩,它將無法保護您或您周圍的其他人。 那麼哪些口罩有效-哪些無效?以及您該如何安全戴口罩?Children’s Hospital Los Angeles 感染預防與緊急管理總監 Marisa Glucoft, MPH, CIC 分享您需要了解的事項。 為什麼口罩很重要? 說話、呼吸、咳嗽或打噴嚏時,... Read More
Published on May 27, 2020
Mask Hero.png لا ترتدي القناعات التي تحتوي على الصمامات. نعم، عليك تغطية أنفك. وهذا هو سبب استمرار تغييم النظارة. بقلم Katie Sweeney تعد أقنعة الوجه جزءًا مهمًا من الحفاظ على سلامتك أثناء تفشي جائحة كوفيد-19. ولكن لا يتم عمل كل الأقنعة بشكل متشابه. و إذا لم تقم بارتداء القناع والتعامل... Read More
Published on May 27, 2020
Mask Hero.png Մի՛ կրեք փականով դիմակ: Այո, դուք պետք է ծածկեք ձեր քիթը: Ահա թե ինչու է ձեր ակնոցը գոլորշապատվում: Հեղինակ՝ Katie Sweeney Դիմակները կարևոր պարագաներ են COVID-19 պանդեմիայի ժամանակ ապահով մնալու համար։ Բայց ոչ բոլոր դիմակներն են նույնատեսակ պատրաստվում: Եվ եթե պատշաճ... Read More
Published on May 22, 2020
Grikscheit engineered intestine.png Intestine grown from stem cells in Dr. Grikscheit’s laboratory. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles surgeon achieves milestone in using tissue engineering to grow complete gut nervous system. ​​ Babies with Hirschsprung’s disease are born with an... Read More
Published on May 22, 2020
Grikscheit engineered intestine.png Children’s Hospital Los Angeles surgeon achieves milestone in preclinical research for Hirschsprung’s Disease  By Melinda Smith The human body has what is sometimes called a “second brain” in the digestive tract. The enteric nervous system (ENS) performs many vital... Read More
Published on May 21, 2020
Linda Hero.png During the novel coronavirus pandemic, Linda Bennett helps feed Children’s Hospital Los Angeles patients, as well as her tireless colleagues.    By Sara Nafie It’s ironic that most days, Linda Bennett barely stops for lunch. A member of the catering staff at... Read More
Published on May 19, 2020
CHLA-Anderson-Pavillion-1200x628-01.jpg With many protective measures in place, the hospital reopens four outpatient centers and encourages families to continue needed care. When Jenn and Mike Dupke had to take their 4-year-old son, Rhett, to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for a week this spring—in the midst of... Read More
Published on May 19, 2020
CHLA-Blog-Vaccination-Schedule-1200x628-01.jpg By Candace Pearson   Keeping your child safe and healthy is a multifaceted priority for families, starting with the ride home from the hospital in a properly installed car seat. One of the most effective, lifelong protections families can provide is ensuring that... Read More
Published on May 18, 2020
Coco and her doggy-hero.png If 15-year-old Coco looks familiar, it’s because you may have seen the surprise “social distancing” parade her neighbors held in honor of her last chemotherapy treatment at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The viral video of her March 24, 2020, homecoming captured the attention... Read More
Published on May 18, 2020
CHLA-Blog-Vaccination-Schedule-1200x628-01.jpg Escrito por Candace Pearson  Proteger a su niño y procurar que esté sano representa una prioridad multidimensional para las familias; una prioridad que empieza con el trayecto a casa desde el hospital en una sillita para el automóvil instalada debidamente. Una de las... Read More
Published on May 15, 2020
Fever Hero.png Nervous about your child’s fever? Here’s what you need to know.  By Katie Sweeney  What should you do if your child has a fever? When should you call the doctor? And how is fever related to COVID-19 and a new, rare condition in kids called multisystem... Read More
Published on May 14, 2020
Meyer-Hero.png Earthquakes, power outages and now COVID-19—how CHLA’s Disaster Resource Center handles a crisis, before it even happens.   By Eunice Oh Katie Meyer, MSN, RN, PHN, CCRN, NHDP-BC, has never run away from a crisis. In fact, she’s typically in the center of it.... Read More
Published on May 14, 2020
Mask Hero.png Don’t wear a mask with a valve. Yes, you need to cover your nose. And here’s why your glasses keep fogging up.  By Katie Sweeney  Face masks are an important part of staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. But not all masks are created equal. And if... Read More
Published on May 13, 2020
Mask Hero.png No se ponga mascarillas con válvula. Sí, es necesario que se tape la nariz. Le explicamos a continuación por qué se le siguen empañando los lentes. Escrito por Katie Sweeney Las mascarillas son un componente importante para estar protegido durante la pandemia de COVID-19.... Read More
Published on May 11, 2020
Screening Hero.png The quick mobilization of screenings by CHLA’s nursing team promotes a safe care environment during the novel coronavirus pandemic. By Monica Rizzo Since March 17, more than 2,500 employees and around 1,000 visitors a day have been greeted by team members who... Read More
Published on May 11, 2020
Jim Stein - Hero.png James Stein, MD, MSc, FACS, FAAP joined Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in 1996 and has been Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer since 2017. An accomplished pediatric surgeon, Dr. Stein specializes in cancer surgeries and chest wall... Read More
Published on May 8, 2020
CHLA-Blog-Match-Homemade-756x425-01.jpg In end-stage renal disease, Maverick needed a kidney transplant. When a donor didn't turn up fast enough, his parents decided to look in-house. by Jeff Weinstock   On a day when he had reason to be consumed with the moment at hand, Gary was looking forward, his eye... Read More

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