Phoenix Children’s Medical Connection
Welcome to Phoenix Children’s Medical Connection. Here you will find the latest in research, clinical innovation and continuing medical education from Phoenix Children’s experts. We hope you find this resource helpful to you and your practice; we invite you to come back often to stay abreast of the latest developments.
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Cardiology and Heart Surgery |View More
Fetal Care and Neonatology |View More
CDH Program at Phoenix Children's Reveals the Positive Power of Teamwork.
After a recent expansion of its pediatric palliative care program, Phoenix Children’s now offers customized, coordinated care to expectant parents who learn their baby has a serious congenital anomaly.
Neurology and Neurosurgery |View More
At the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s, the research group of pediatric movement disorders neurologist, Dr. Michael Kruer, is leading efforts to better capture individual differences in CP through multi-dimensional phenotyping.
Over the past two decades, digital health has emerged as a key driver of healthcare safety, quality and efficiency.
More than half the population will receive a concussion at some point in their life. Adolescents, especially girls, are at the highest risk for persisting and late-onset symptoms.
Orthopedics |View More
Becker's is thrilled to highlight the orthopedic programs of 100 hospitals and health systems across the U.S.
Congenital transverse deficiencies are horizontal deficiencies of the long bones that occur with a reported incidence as high 0.38%. They can occur alone or represent a manifestation of a various clinical syndromes.