Matthew spent three months receiving coordinated, specialized care in CHOC’s Surgical Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
CHOC’s specialized metabolics team identifies rare and dangerous genetic disorders before it’s too late. Meet Henry, one of their patients.
Before coming to CHOC’s multidisciplinary feeding program, Pacer had never eaten a Cheerio, a piece of toast or even a spoonful of yogurt.
Anti-seizure medications weren’t helping Kara, hospital visits were frequent, and tantrums continued. Something more needed to be done.
CHOC’s Small Baby Unit is the only unit of its kind in Southern California, designed to improve outcomes for premies.
A patient is showing marked improvement after regular infusions of cyclodextrin, a compound that has helped mice with Niemann Pick C disease.
In 2003, CHOC became the first pediatric hospital in California to begin offering robotic surgery for kids, via the da Vinci Firefly system.
Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) is a rare congenital heart defect, that’s fatal if untreated. Luckily Cyrus was prenatally diagnosed.
Dr. Touran Zadeh and Dr. Neda Zadeh keep it in the family at CHOC. The mother and daughter team work, fittingly, among CHOC’s geneticists.