Pediatric emergency medicine physician Halden Scott, MD, discusses the presentation, management and follow-up care of pediatric patients with sepsis.
In this episode of Charting Pediatrics, experts discuss the importance of timely antibiotic delivery for sepsis treatment, how delays can increase mortality risk and key aspects of sepsis research and treatment guidelines.
July 08, 2022
A study by Children's Colorado doctors provides new insights on the early treatment of pediatric sepsis. This has the potential to improve the quality of sepsis care at children’s hospitals across the country.
Learn about the PRoMPT BOLUS clinical trial for suspected sepsis.
Learn about our research on some of the youngest neonatal patients to be diagnosed with COVID-19 and hospitalized in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
The Perinatal Research Center has been producing a never-ceasing deluge of data from humans and animal models that have helped researchers around the world build an ever-growing understanding of how fetal metabolism works, particularly in the growth-restricted and compromised fetus and newborn.
In this episode of our Charting Pediatrics Women in Medicine series, surgeon-scientist Gail Besner, MD, discusses her career, the role of mentorship, work-life balance and her groundbreaking research on necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), highlighting the promise of probiotics and the potential impact of a Phase 1 clinical trial.
Learn how experts from the Heart Institute at Children’s Hospital Colorado helped create international recommendations for hemodynamic monitoring for critically ill children.
Diagnosed with congenital diaphragmatic hernia in utero, Emily had less than a 20% chance of survival. Learn how the Colorado Fetal Care Center saved her.
Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a non-IgE-mediated food allergy that is often misdiagnosed or not diagnosed in a timely fashion. Learn about the symptoms, causes and diagnosis.
What is considered a fever? Learn about fever symptoms & care - from low-grade to high fevers. Know how to reduce fevers & more from Children's Colorado.
Is your newborn acting differently or not eating properly? Learn about the signs of illness in newborns & recognize when your baby may be sick.
Our researchers led a study that found minimal change disease involves injury to the systemic and glomerular endothelium. Learn more about this study.