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SILS: Minimally Invasive Surgery
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2011
The experts at CHOC Children’s are always looking for ways to make surgery as easy as possible for their young patients. One way they’ve done this is by using laparoscopic—or minimally invasive— surgery.

Children’s Food Allergies Are On The Rise
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2011
If it seems like more children have food allergies these days, it’s because they do. Although researchers aren’t sure exactly why, food allergies in children have increased by almost 20 percent since 1997. As a parent, it’s important to recognize the signs of a food allergy and know the steps to take if your child has an allergic reaction.

Achoo! Kids, Allergies and Asthma
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2010
About 40 percent of people who have allergies also have asthma, a chronic disease that affects the airways. It usually develops during childhood and affects about 9 million kids. Fortunately, asthma can be easily controlled and managed—even during spring allergy season. CHOC is a leader in early detection and treatment of pediatric asthma, providing families the education they need to prevent asthma emergencies.

UCI Specialty Clinics Begin Transition to CHOC
Physician Connection: Summer 2009
In March, 11 UC Irvine sub-specialty physicians and their patients began transitioning to the CHOC Children's campus in Orange for outpatient care.

Technologically Enhanced Ambulatory Care Center Opens
Physician Connection: Winter 2009
Featuring 85 rooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including a radiology suite, the new CHOC Ambulatory Care Center has opened on the first floor of CHOC West.

Giving - Thank Yous
On The Mark: Fall 2008
Children?s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) Breathmobile?, a fully equipped mobile asthma treatment unit, was awarded a $175,000 grant from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD).

CHOC Foundation Board Member - Bob Allison
Making a Mark: Spring 2008
When Bob Allison was invited to be a member of the CHOC Foundation Board of Directors, he knew it was a perfect opportunity for him to help children in the community.

Asthma Needs An Action Plan
Kid's Health (Archive): Winter 2008
New guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology measure success by how well asthma is controlled on a daily basis, instead the severity of the condition at the initial diagnosis. These guidelines also address medications, environmental triggers and education.

Value of the Bronchodilator Response in Assessing Controller Na?ve Asthmatic Children
CHOC Articles: November 2007
Article published in the November 2007 issue of Journal of Pediatrics

Reduce Your Child's Risk For Food Allergies
Kid's Health (Archive): Summer 2005
Allergic diseases such as food allergy, eczema, hay fever and asthma are definitely on the rise. But you may be able to help your child avoid one of them.

Physician Spotlight: Barbara Petty, M.D.
Physician Connection: Spring 2005
Dr. Petty has been integrally involved with CHOC at Mission from the very beginning.

Now On Staff At CHOC
Physician Connection: Spring 2005
David Chun, M.D., Eduardo Gallegos, M.D. and Minakshi V. Chaudhari, M.D.

Could Your Child Have Asthma?
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2003
Childhood asthma is much better understood these days, and there are exciting new treatments that minimize symptoms and, in some cases, completely eliminate them. So what's the problem?

Breathmobile® Takes Asthma Treatment On the Road
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2003
Orange County's first Breathmobile®, a fully equipped, bilingually staffed, mobile asthma-treatment unit is bringing medical care to children in the county's underserved schools and clinics five days a week.


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