The mission of the Department of Pediatric Surgery at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is to provide collaborative, comprehensive, state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary care for infants, children and adolescents with surgical disorders. The members of the department are all full-time faculty of the Department of Surgery at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and are committed to excellence in clinical care, surgical education, research and quality improvement.
Predicting Risk of Nosocomial Infection in Pediatric Burn Patients: Can Measures of Adaptive Immune Function Help?
In a recent publication in Journal of Burn Care & Research, Rajan Thakkar, MD, and colleagues present a prospective, longitudinal immune function surveillance study from a single American Burn Association (ABA)-verified Pediatric Burn Center.
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Established in 1950, the Pediatric Surgery Residency at Nationwide Children's Hospital is regarded among the most prestigious and comprehensive pediatric surgical training programs in the United States.
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