Jennifer Hayakawa participated in the “Teamwork makes the dream work” panel at the seventh annual Nursing Innovation Summit on Oct. 23.
Young male patients undergoing treatment for some cancers or blood disorders at CHOC Children’s have another hope for fertility preservation.
Leprosy antibiotic is safe treatment for M. abscessus infections, CHOC infectious disease team finds
An oral antibiotic used to treat leprosy is safe and well-tolerated in children with challenging-to-treat mycobacterium abscessus infections.
CHOC became one of the first hospitals to use the Abbott Amplatzer Piccolo™ Occluder to treat patent ductus arteriosus or PDA.
Dr. William Feaster has been recognized nationally for leadership in utilizing health information technology to increase positive outcomes.
CHOC is building data into the care process to better understand quality of care and patient satisfaction scores.