There is still much to learn about pulmonary vein stenosis in children. Though outcomes have not changed much for the last 40 years in pediatric cases, many centers are collaborating to learn as much as possible about the disease.
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700 Children’s features the most current pediatric health care information and research from our pediatric experts – physicians and specialists who have seen it all. Many of them are parents and bring a special understanding to what our patients and families experience. If you have a child – or care for a child – 700 Children’s was created especially for you.
As a neonatologist, I see many moms who struggle with breastfeeding. But, what if you have too much of a good thing? Is that possible? Can you really make too much milk? And is that bad? Yes, yes and yes! Women with too much milk may have just as many problems as women who don’t have enough Read More
How much is “enough” breast milk? The answer is not a number, because it is different for each mother. “Enough” is the volume needed to feed your baby. On average, a woman will make 1-1.5 ounces of breast milk every hour, which means 3-4 ounces every three hours is typical. Read More
One of the most profound moments of my life was the moment I held my son after he was first born. I smelled his skin, felt his hair and saw his eyes open to the world. In that moment I became a mother. Read More
Butterflies have a very special meaning here at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. While in flight, they represent optimism; a perfect symbol for a healing environment. Now a purple butterfly with a very special meaning can be found on the doors of some of our tiniest patients. Read More
We often don’t know why a baby is born preterm. What caused the mother’s contractions to begin early? What caused her water to break so far before the due date? Preterm births can have dire, lifelong consequences for babies, so we want to prevent them if possible. Read More