To make the emergency department less scary for children in the CHOC emergency department, Dr. Seth Brindis often performs magic tricks.
Miranda woke up screaming in the middle of the night from unbearable head pain. She couldn’t move or recognize her parents, & then collapsed.
CHOC wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Meet Dr. Mary Jane Piroutek, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist.
CHOC wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Today, meet Dr. Kenneth Kwon, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist.
Drowning tends to peak in summer. A CHOC pediatrician discusses secondary drowning, another rare danger that parents should be aware of.
A CHOC registered nurse offer tips for parents on treating pet bites and when to bring their child for medical care.
Deciding to take a child to the emergency department isn’t always an easy choice for parents. A CHOC trauma nurse coordinator helps clarify.
This Fourth of July, if consumer fireworks are part of your family’s festivities, here are some important safety tips.
The teen pedestrian death rate is twice that of younger children and accounts for half of all vehicle-related pedestrian deaths.