Topic List : Patient Care
Nurses resuscitate passenger on plane leaving for San Jose
Returning to the Bay Area from a health-care conference on the East Coast, Stanford Hospital nurses Sophia Loo and Angela Bingham performed CPR on a passenger who appeared to be having a heart attack.
NICU family support program launched at children's hospital
The program helps parents better understand the often complex issues their babies face and the treatments they will receive.
Sleep center recognized for expertise on restless legs syndrome
The Willis-Ekbom Disease Foundation has designated the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center a quality care center.
Pulmonary hypertension program named one of best in nation
Stanford's program been accredited as a comprehensive care center by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.
Stanford Blood Center partners with BayKids Studios to boost December blood supply
Those who donate blood at the Stanford Blood Center in December will also be helping a filmmaking project for children facing serious illness.
Physician who treated Ebola patients emerges from quarantine to hero’s welcome
Home after treating Ebola patients in Liberia, Colin Bucks, MD, continues to help in the fight against the disease.
Early Support Program for Autism connects families to autism resources
A free program offered by Stanford Children’s Health and the Children’s Health Council connects families of recently diagnosed autism patients with Bay Area treatment resources.
Flu vaccine clinical trials seek participants, especially kids
Stanford researchers are seeking participants for clinical trials examining the immune system’s response to a flu vaccine. All participants will receive currently approved flu vaccines.
Weathering heights: Crane operator makes the climb for hospital expansion
Crane operator A.J. Barker climbs 200 feet each workday as he helps assemble the framework for the expansion of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.
Kidney transplants give Hawaii siblings chance to get growing
Siblings Dominic and Julia Faisca of Hawaii, both of whom suffer from a rare genetic disease, are now “growing like weeds” thanks to kidney transplants led by Waldo Concepcion, MD.