CHOC joins NIH-funded study aimed to evaluate if home sleep studies can be used in children for behavioral sleep training and OSA treatment.
CHOC becomes the first children’s hospital in California to offer new therapy for patients with obstructive sleep apnea
CHOC offers new treatment to provide relief to patients with obstructive sleep apnea when traditional treatments were unsuccessful.
While some families accept low sleep as a fact of life for teens, the American Academy of Pediatrics urges adolescents to prioritize sleep.
Dr. Eric Ball discusses adolescent sleep hygiene, including tips for pediatricians to help parents manage teens’ sleep habits.
The five-year accreditation applies to both Orange and Mission campuses, demonstrating CHOC’s commitment to the highest quality of patient care.
As medical director of the CHOC pediatric sleep program, Dr. Neal Nakra is examining sleep study data to further analyze the relationships between sleep and obesity, metabolic syndrome and other pediatric conditions. Dr. Nakra’s initial interests in sleep medicine deepened during his pulmonary medicine fellowship at Yale-New Haven Hospital, in Connecticut. Already well aware of […]