CHOC’s treatment technique for problem tonsils reduces the rate of bleeding, use of opiates and recovery time for pediatric patients.
CHOC’s Cochlear Implant Program is growing, offering more pediatric patients, like 5-year-old Camilia, the opportunity to hear.
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.
The inaugural session of a new CHOC virtual pediatric lecture series will cover the management of acute chronic otitis media.
A new study finds that nearly a quarter of U.S. children are at increased risk for hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds.