Everyone knows physicians save lives in hospitals. That’s where they do most of their work. But the story of my daughter’s medical emergency is a little different. How she survived a medical flight from Iowa City, Iowa, to Boston is straight out of MacGyver!
Two months later, Caroline developed a suspected recurrence of PVS and needed emergent care again in Boston.
My wife Maleia and I did everything we could to save Caroline’s life. Maleia joined Caroline in the medical transport, and our race against the clock began. Caroline’s first flight had gone very smoothly, but this one would be different. …
Seventeen years ago, in 1999, Allie and Logan were roommates in the Boston Children’s Hospital Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU), fighting for their lives against heart disease.
They were both undergoing the first two — of three each — open-heart surgeries.
Elizabeth (Logan’s mom) and Amy (Allie’s mom) spent every available moment at the bedside with their new babies — chatting about hearts, hospitals and life. Some days were more difficult than others, and there were setbacks for both kids. …
Boston Children’s Hospital made the headlines this week, when major news outlets across the globe reported on new studies from many of our researchers.
We’re well known for our world-class care and innovative approach to pediatrics, but did you know we also have a long, distinguished tradition in clinical research? And on more than one occasion that research has advanced not just pediatric care, but all of medicine.
Here’s a quick recap of some of our recent research coverage: