Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Children's
6:00 am
Wed July 9, 2014

Using dying heartbeats to make music

This stethoscope can record a heartbeat. Later Cincinnati Children's music therapist Brian Schreck puts it to music.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center emphasizes it's not for everyone, but a few families are taking advantage of a new way to remember their critically ill children.

Music therapist Brian Schreck  records the child's heartbeat and uses it as a metronome or drumbeat while he mixes it with songs that are important to the patient or the family.

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Cincinnati Edition
4:00 am
Wed June 11, 2014

The growing uses of virtual environments

Example of a computer generated 3D image for use in medicine

  Computer-generated virtual environments have been commonly used in training programs for first responders, pilots, and members of the military. But they also have a wide variety of other potential uses, from industry to medicine. Joining us to discuss the educational and practical applications of virtual environments, 3D modeling and virtual reality software are Chris Collins, project manager at the University of Cincinnati Center for Simulations & Virtual Environments Research; Dr. Michael Richardson, associate professor at the UC Center for Cognition, Action, and Perception;  and Dr. Adam Kiefer, TEAM VR Laboratory director at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center’'s Division of Sports Medicine.

premature birth
4:38 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

Zeroing in on the causes of premature birth

Olivia, Annabelle and Christopher: 18-month-old triplets born early and benefiting from extra care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
Ann Thompson WVXU

With the opening of The NICU Family Support Program at UC Medical Center, The March of Dimes, UC and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center have another element in their multi-pronged approach of studying and helping parents deal with preterm labor.

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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Cincinnati Childrens is making antibiotics last longer

(from left) Dr. David Haslam and Dr. Josh Courter, members of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

A computer progam called VigiLanz is Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center's new secret weapon in treating and preventing "superbugs," and consequently making antibiotics last longer.

What's the problem?

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Local News
6:00 am
Wed March 12, 2014

Avondale targeted as first site to improve low birth rates

Credit USAID

The launch of the StartStong initiative is the pilot for what may become a national model to lower pre-mature birthrates.

StartStrong is a geographically focused initiative to redesign healthcare delivery and reduce preterm birth rates. The program launched Tuesday evening, March 11 at Avondale Southern Baptist Church and is open to the public.

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