The MEGIN’s TRIUX™ neo MEG (magnetoencephalography) system keeps neuroscientists on the cutting edge of finding answers for epilepsy and brain tumors. Le Bonheur Children’s is the first hospital in the world to install the new MEG system.
When an MRI revealed that their 5-year-old daughter, Alyssa, had a dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor (DNET) in an area of the brain close to her speech center, her parents, Brady and Nancy Cook of Houston, Texas, went looking for a facility that could remove the tumor while preserving her ability to speak.
10-year-old Deonna Horton was an average 6th grader until her seizures began suddenly in June 2018.
Bree Sudduth was a new mom, but her gut told her that her son, Tristan’s, jerks weren’t infantile spasms. With months of no answers and failed treatments, Bree woke up to a shaking bed as Tristan had a tonic-clonic seizure. After months of failing to find adequate care for Tristan, she turned to Le Bonheur.
Pediatric Urologist Dana Giel, MD, has never been one to take the path of least resistance.
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A Le Bonheur researcher has found a genetic link that may explain differences in metabolic health and body composition in children with severe obesity.
It’s the news no expectant parent wants to hear during a routine ultrasound – news that their baby has a malformed heart.
Le Bonheur Children’s leaders are working to add a layer of transparency and awareness to how clinicians care for children.
Le Bonheur’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) recently reached a milestone of 400 consecutive days without a central line associated blood stream infection (CLABSI).
Fit4Class by FitNexx uses a combination of cameras to track the movements of students as they perform activities.
Environmental and socioeconomic sociomarkers can predict the likelihood of a pediatric asthma patient’s return visit to the hospital.