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Children’s Ranks 25th in Top Technology List

 7-year-old boy is brought into the Emergency Department with a broken arm and some bumps and bruises received during a minor auto accident. Following X-rays, a neon-green cast and an overnight stay, he is released. His follow-up care will be handled by his own pediatrician who will be able to securely log in and view […]

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Inside the Pogue Catheterization Lab

Matters of the Heart: The Pogue Catheterization Lab

Step inside our Pogue Catheterization Laboratory, where interventional cardiologists diagnose and treat heart problems through a less-invasive procedure called catheterization. In this lab, with minimal cutting, our cardiologists: Diagnose many forms of congenital heart defects Treat narrowings in the valves and vessels, as well as heart rhythm problems Re-evaluate previously repaired heart defects Obtain biopsies […]

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Children's Dallas Simulation Lab

How a Simulation Lab Helps Medical Staff

Peek inside Children’s simulation lab, a 3,000-square-foot facility where clinicians use high-fidelity manikins and virtual gaming to simulate complex patient scenarios. Lab Mirrors Hospital Rooms Sim Lab rooms mirror inpatient hospital rooms; their equipment is the same as found in real life settings or technologically adapted to mimic those clinicians use for patient care. While […]

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Erroneous e-mail about medications falsely tied to Children’s

>E-mail has added a lot to our lives – maybe too much. The average person’s inbox is flooded with advertisements, inspirational poems with pictures of kittens, requests for money from exiled African royalty and the ever-present forwards from our newly-introduced-to-e-mail family and friends. With so many messages bombarding us, it’s difficult to decide which to […]

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