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Physician Connection | November/December 2015

CHOC Helps Parents with Prenatal Surgery Planning

Some babies are born with complex conditions requiring surgery during the first few hours following birth. From the moment prenatal testing reveals an abnormality, CHOC Children’s is ready to help with the prenatal care and birth planning necessary to ensure the best-possible outcome. Read more.
CHOC’s Small Baby Unit Improves Quality and Outcomes in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants

CHOC Children’s clinicians have determined that a dedicated Small Baby Unit (SBU) improves quality and outcomes in extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infants (babies born at 28 weeks gestation or less and weighing less than 1,000 grams).
In the Spotlight: Neal Nakra, M.D.

As medical director of the CHOC Children’s pediatric sleep program, Dr. Neal Nakra is examining sleep study data to further analyze the relationships between sleep and obesity, metabolic syndrome and other pediatric conditions.
Peds2040 Challenges How People Think About the Future of Pediatric Medicine

Innovation and intelligence leaders from across the globe will come together for an exciting four-day conference focused on game-changing and emerging technologies shaping the future of pediatrics — and how parents, clinicians, and health care leaders can best be positioned for the next era of medicine.
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