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We track important quality of care indicators in order to make sure we’re continually improving our quality of care. We also share this information so we can be transparent on how we’re performing.

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0.37
infections per 100 cardiothoracic surgeries
3,130
doctors and staff have completed error prevention training
83%
of emergency room patients see a doctor within 30 minutes of bed placement
91%
of parents say they are kept informed about their child’s care

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Early PDA Closure May Improve Outcomes in Preterm Infants: Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital Cardiologists Evaluate the Benefits of PDA Closure Prior to Four Weeks of Age
Posted: 2/26/21
Extremely low birth weight (ELBW) infants with moderate to large patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) may benefit from transcatheter PDA closure (TCPC) in the first four weeks of life, according to research published by Le Bonheur Cardiologist Ranjit Philip, MD, and Medical Director of Interventional Cardiac Imaging and Interventional Catheterization Laboratory Shyam Sathanandam, MD.
Pilot Study: Sham feeding in post-operative neonates may enhance oral development and decrease maternal stress levels
Posted: 2/24/21
Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital Associate Medical Director of the NICU Mark Weems, MD, recently published the first literature to ever describe sham feeding for post-operative neonates. The pilot study showed that sham feeding may be beneficial for oral skill development in neonates after bowel surgery and decrease stress levels in mothers.