A study examining neurodevelopment following twin-twin transfusion syndrome surgery provides families with more accurate information on what to expect before and after birth and to identify any long-term consequences.
A new study sheds light on the role of genes and blood lipid levels in cardiovascular health. The results build on previous findings and help clarify in further detail the separate roles of triglycerides and high-density lipoprotein in risk for coronary heart disease.
CHOP researchers observed substantial variation in dexamethasone and antibiotic use and revisits across 36 U.S. children’s hospitals. The data could be used to inform future tonsillectomy quality measurement and improvement.
A collaborative symposium gave CHOP, Drexel University, and Hebrew University of Jerusalem researchers the opportunity to cross disciplinary and national boundaries to share innovations and ultimately improve children's healthcare.
It is difficult to advance pediatric medical devices beyond the idea stage, so a five-year grant from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be a welcome boost to a regional pediatric medical device pipeline.