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Dr. Mustafa Kabeer explains how surgery is performed on a newborn baby, and the special care they receive in the Surgical NICU.
Dr. Peter Yu, pediatric general and thoracic surgeon, explains the condition pyloric stenosis and the surgical procedure used to correct it.
Patients must arrive at CHOC two hours before surgery is scheduled to begin.
The UCI/CHOC Pediatric General and Thoracic Surgery Fellowship Program is a two-year program accredited by ACGME.
Dr Van Arsdell is board certified in thoracic and cardiac surgery and congenital cardiac surgery.
Dr. Ming-Sing Si is board certified in cardiothoracic surgery and congenital cardiac surgery and congenital cardiac surgery.
Dione Paras is a nurse practitioner and is a member of the CHOC Specialists who treats kids and teens in Orange County.
Building: CHOC Clinic | 1201 W. La Veta Ave. | Orange, CA 92868 | 888-770-2462
Dr. Yu, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses causes, diagnosis and treatment for congenital pulmonary airway malformation (CPAM).
Caring for a patient after surgery is serious business, regardless of the type of procedure. It is important to follow all of the instructions provided by the patient’s healthcare team.
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Surgery can be stressful for babies, but unlike older children caregivers cannot fully explain to the infant what will be happening. For this reason, it is important for caregivers to understand some of the reasons that infants may feel stress and ways they can help provide reassurance and comfort.
School-aged children can benefit from planning and learning about surgery and the hospital experience one to two weeks before their procedure.
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Parents and guardians need to act as partners with their teens in making healthcare decisions, as teens like to be active participants in deciding what happens to them, including the kind of care they receive.
Caregivers should begin preparing preschoolers for surgery several days before the procedure. As caregivers prepare their children for surgery, it is important that they know what may be stressful for the child while at the hospital.
Toddlers are very aware of the things going on around them. While they may not be able to express themselves through words and sentences, they do benefit from caregivers preparing them for surgery.
At CHOC we do everything possible to ensure that on the day of the surgery or procedure we can focus all of our energy on the patient. Because of this, patients’ caregivers may receive calls from several different departments in the days leading up to the procedure.
When it comes to explaining surgery to the patient or his or her siblings, we believe that honesty is the best policy.
When a child needs surgery, the patient and family will learn many new terms that are commonly used by doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
The Noah Connally joined his parents and four older sisters after the risky surgery at Children’s Hospital of Orange County.
In this health feature, Dr. Mustafa Kabeer, a CHOC pediatric surgeon, offers advice to parents for preparing their infant for surgery.
At CHOC, we are dedicated to creating an environment that allows children to feel like kids while dealing with the very grown-up issue of surgery.
The CHOC Heart Institute is committed to safe surgical outcomes and the highest quality of care possible for our patients.
Building: CHOC Commerce Tower | 505 S. Main St., Suite 225 | Orange, CA 92868 | 714-364-4050