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Fetal Research at UCSF: Innovative Studies Provide Early Diagnosis and Explore Potential Intervention Video

Fetal Research at UCSF: Innovative Studies Provide Early Diagnosis and Explore Potential Intervention

Learn about exciting studies underway at the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center and how to easily refer patients who could benefit from participating in current trials.
Cervical Instability in Children: Identifying Abnormalities and Designing Treatments Video

Cervical Instability in Children: Identifying Abnormalities and Designing Treatments

In this richly illustrated presentation, pediatric neurosurgeon Peter Sun, MD, delivers straightforward rules for assessing imaging tests and explains surgical approaches to specific challenges, such as chiari malformations and common complications of Down syndrome.
Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally Video

Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care: How to Be Your Patient’s Ally

Caroline Cortezia, MS, CCLS, UCSF’s supervisor of child life services, explains how the pandemic has increased toxic stress in the pediatric population, especially in kids with behavioral disorders.
COVID and Kids: A Timely Update for Providers Video

COVID and Kids: A Timely Update for Providers

Answering the questions providers face daily, pediatric infectious disease specialist Ann Petru, MD, presents the evidence on how to best prevent and treat COVID-19 in children.
High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers Video

High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers

UCSF specialists in pediatric kidney and heart disease present the latest guidelines on evaluating patients with possible hypertension, including a key first step for establishing the diagnosis.
Pediatric Scoliosis: Spinal Tethering as an Alternative to Fusion Video

Pediatric Scoliosis: Spinal Tethering as an Alternative to Fusion

Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Mohammad Diab, MD, one of the innovators behind the tethering procedure, explains this safe, increasingly popular surgical option for severe scoliosis.
Guide to Pediatric Cardiology Referrals: Sizing Up Symptoms and Urgency Video

Guide to Pediatric Cardiology Referrals: Sizing Up Symptoms and Urgency

Pediatric cardiologist Ana C. Coll, MD, discusses the conditions – from arrhythmias to Kawasaki’s disease to several genetic disorders – that warrant cardiac concern and sometimes referral in young patients. She covers signs calling for STAT investigation, key elements of the physical exam, and helpful tests.
High-Tech Living With Diabetes: Devices and Strategies for Pediatric Patients Video

High-Tech Living With Diabetes: Devices and Strategies for Pediatric Patients

Pediatric endocrinologist Gina Capodanno, MD, explains differences in diabetes between children and adults, then presents a thorough guide to the technologies – continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps, and hybrid monitor-and-delivery systems – that are making life easier for families.
Fetal Care: Understanding and Managing Risks for Monochorionic Twins Video

Fetal Care: Understanding and Managing Risks for Monochorionic Twins

UCSF experts share their approach to evaluating twins in utero, focused on ultrasound detection of those who share a placenta while developing in separate amniotic spaces. Radiologist Vickie A. Feldstein, MD, and perinatologist Nasim Sobhani, MD, provide anatomical keys to anticipating complications, such as twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Better Lives for Kids With Cerebral Palsy: Understanding Surgical Options Video

Better Lives for Kids With Cerebral Palsy: Understanding Surgical Options

Knowing if and when to refer a child with CP for surgery can prevent serious problems, such as hip dislocation and pain, as well as improve the whole family’s quality of life.
Meet the Pediatric Liver Center’s Dedicated Team and Learn About Referral Video

Meet the Pediatric Liver Center’s Dedicated Team and Learn About Referral

This quick video introduces members of the UCSF care team for infants and children with liver and bile duct disorders. Learn how they work to make treatment easier on families, prepare kids for surgery (including transplants), facilitate the referral process and keep providers informed.
Snares of Survivorship: Understanding Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment Video

Snares of Survivorship: Understanding Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment

Oncology treatments save young lives but impact neurocognitive development and psychosocial health, potentially causing problems such as IQ, memory, and hearing deficits, as well as depression, anxiety and social difficulties.

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