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As we head into the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to understand the effects of the virus on children. While the rate of infection in kids is much lower than in adults, children are not immune to COVID-19 and are suffering from both short-and long-term complications.
The human respiratory tract is open to the outside world to let air in and carbon dioxide out, making it an easy point of entry for germs that can potentially cause illness.
The third cause: medical errors. Largely preventable, such hospital errors as infections, injuries from falls and bedsores are estimated to kill as many as 440,000 people per year – more than strokes and accidents combined.
Doctors at Children’s Hospital of Orange County are helping cancer-stricken kids cope with chemotherapy in an innovative way. The “Infusionarium” at CHOC’s Hyundai Cancer Institute allows patients to escape to a virtual reality.
Our healthcare system has historically been fragmented, with physical and mental health treatments being compartmentalized.
Children’s Hospital of Orange County will receive $150,000 in county funds to help provide complex treatment to children who contracted serious infections at an Anaheim dental clinic, the Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday.
High blood pressure can affect people of all ages – kids included. High blood pressure in children can result in serious, long-term health problems and can cause a stroke.
The Infusionarium is the Children’s Hospital of Orange County’s latest effort to normalize the arduous visits.
Dr. Patricia Veiga, pediatric nephrologist, specializes in treatment and management of the full spectrum of related kidney conditions.
Dr. Khoury, chief of pediatric urology at both CHOC and UC Irvine Medical Center, treats kids and teens in Orange County.
Urinary tract infections are a serious, but common, health problem that affect millions of people each year.
A MAG 3 Lasix renal scan provides images of the kidneys to look for kidney function, size, shape, position and blockage of urinary flow.
Referral guidelines and forms are available to assist physicians in the evaluation and management of pediatric patients.
Vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) is a pediatric condition most frequently diagnosed in infancy and childhood.
Dr. John Nguyen is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in nephrology.
Dr. Elias Wehbi is a urologist who treats infants, kids and teens with urology disorders at CHOC in Orange.
Dr. Shoba Narayan is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in nephrology.
Dr. Kai-Wen Chuang is a urologist who treats infants, kids and teens with urology disorders at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
At CHOC Urology Center, our specialists provide treatments and tips to help prevent urinary tract infections in boys.
Read about how to the liver works in body and learn the signs and symptoms of child liver disease. Find out about treatment options offered at CHOC.
At CHOC, our specialists at the Urology Center believes a neurogenic bladder shouldn't put childhood on pause.
The Lipid Clinic at CHOC has been caring for children who are at risk for developing heart disease because of genetic or acquired dyslipidemias.
Prune belly syndrome is also known as triad syndrome or Eagle-Barrett syndrome. It is characterized by the presence of three abnormalities.
While chemotherapy and radiation are both treatments used to treat cancer, they differ in the way they work.
Giselle M. Bailey’s 19-year relationship with CHOC Children’s began shortly after the birth of her third child, Gavyn.