A newly launched multicenter study analyzes the use of emergency mechanical circulatory support among critically ill children with cardiovascular conditions.
Body Cooling vs. Active Fever Prevention: Similar Outcomes for Children After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
No differences were found in neurobehavioral function between children in two temperature treatment groups a year after cardiac arrest in a hospital setting.
The rate of babies exposed to opioids in utero is increasing dramatically in rural America, a U-M study finds.
Surgeons often remove tonsils and adenoids in children to help treat snoring and mild sleep-disordered breathing. Ongoing research will determine whether surgery or watchful waiting best improves symptoms.
Technology means work and other outside pressures can’t be avoided at home. These blurred boundaries may make it difficult to be present with kids.
Not all children with epilepsy have access to specialized care and may risk serious and far-reaching side effects. U-M is leading a collaborative to change this situation.