Clinical researchers at Nationwide Children's are committed to identifying new approaches for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of childhood diseases, taking research discoveries from the lab to the patient's bedside.
Reducing Central Line Infections in Neonates
CLABSIs dropped nearly 90 percent with quality improvement initiative.
Morgan’s Fund Launches NEC Podcast
Premiere episode features Gail Besner, MD, discussing surgical outcomes, her discovery of HB-EGF, and current research.
Potential Shift in Care for CMV-Infected Neonates
Oral doses of valganciclovir for six months improve long-term hearing and neurodevelopment, causing a shift in care for infants born with the disease.
Visit Nationwide Children’s at PAS 2015
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Standardized SIMPLE Feeding Program© Reduces Length of Stay, Costs in NICU
New protocol helps infants achieve full feeds and discharge faster without adverse health effects.
What’s new and what’s ahead?
Viral Respiratory Tract Infections in the NICU
A new study supports the need for more respiratory viral testing of NICU infants with suspected sepsis.
The Medications Saving Preemies May Surprise You
Many may not know part of the comprehensive care for premature babies includes medications such as Sildenafil, better known as Viagra, and caffeine.
Predicting Preeclampsia Using Alzheimer's Tools
New research has identified a potential cause of and a better diagnostic method for preeclampsia, one of the most deadly pregnancy-related conditions in the world.
Stem Cell Therapies for Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Multiple types of stem cells offer promise for intestinal healing and function in NEC patients.
Breastfeeding Success is Impacted by Diabetes Status of Mother
Women diagnosed with diabetes before or during pregnancy are less likely to initiate and continue breastfeeding than women without diabetes, a new study suggests.
Zinc Supplementation Improves Growth in NICU Babies
Study shows zinc supplementation is promising for improving growth in extremely low birth-weight infants with chronic lung disease.
Esophageal Function Implicated in Life-Threatening Events
Study suggests infants that experience ALTEs have abnormal esophageal and airway function compared to healthy babies.
Brain Imaging Protocol Identifies Delays in Premature Infants
Physicians may now be able to identify preemies most at risk for deficits by using highly reliable imaging techniques developed at Nationwide Children’s.
Ohio Perinatal Research Network