Tom Holland, who plays Peter Parker in the upcoming superhero movie SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING, swung by to visit some of our kids at Children's Hospital Los Angeles! Read more about his visit: http://bit.ly/Spider-Man-Tom-Holland
Spider-Man, Mysterio and M.J. in the house! Sony Pictures' Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal and Zendaya visited Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to surprise patients at an advance screening of the new movie. Though the film doesn’t open until July 2, these kids got a first look, and then a surprise Q&A with the stars, who showed up in full costume. Tom, Jake and Zendaya brought high fives, autographs, back flips, selfies and infinite smiles to the kids. Thank you Spider-Man, Tom, Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sony Pictures for making this visit special for the kids Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of these individuals and their families are afraid to talk about their struggles, and don't know where to turn for help. However, depression is largely preventable and treatable. Recognizing depression and seeking help is the first and most critical towards recovery. In collaboration with WHO to mark World Mental Health Day, writer and illustrator Matthew Johnstone tells the story of overcoming the "black dog of depression". More information on the book can be found here: http://matthewjohnstone.com.au/ For more information on mental health, please visit: http://www.who.int/topics/mental_health/en/ Disclaimer: This video may contain links and references to third party-websites. WHO is not responsible for, and does not endorse or promote, the content of any of these websites and the use thereof.
يجب توصيل أنبوب بالقسطرة المركزية ليتم توصيل التغذية الوريدية المنزلية أو التميه الوريدي أو الأدوية الوريدية. اتبع هذه التعليمات بحرص لتوصيل أي أنبوب بأمان بالقسطرة المركزية للطفل.
One week after a devastating car crash, the family of 10-year-old Francine made the courageous decision to donate her organs. On Monday, August 12, Francine’s family and friends joined Valley Children’s doctors and staff in an Honor Walk, lining the halls to the operating room to honor an amazing little girl and her gift of life to six others.
Ten years after a tragic car accident, Kellie wants to find the heroes that saved her son’s life and thank them. To learn more about Kellie's story and her music, visit http://kelliehaddock.com Video created by Strong Films, http://www.facebook.com/strongfilms Music used with permission.
Finn tells us about his visits to the fracture clinic. First, he gets his backslab cast taken off and a new fibreglass cast put on. Once his arm has finished getting better, he comes back to the fracture clinic to have the fibreglass cast taken off! If you have any feedback or questions about this video please send an email to [email protected]
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus introduced to humans for the first time. It is spread from person to person mainly through the droplets produced when an infected person speaks, coughs or sneezes. Watch this short animation to learn more about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself against it.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org Meet Como, a good dog who sometimes makes a mess, and learn about an important complication of bone marrow transplantation: thrombotic microangiopathy, better known as TMA. In patients with TMA, the normally helpful defense protein complement gets over active and can cause damage to important body organs. Cincinnati Children’s is one of the most experienced facilities in the nation in treating TMA and the clinical and research pioneers at Cincinnati Children’s are committed to changing the outcome for children who have it. Credits: Created by the Cincinnati Children's Media Lab Animation: Jeff Cimprich and Ren Wilkey Media lab Direction and additional content expertise: Ken Tegtmeyer, MD Content Experts: Stella Davies, MBBS, and Jodele Sonata, MD Voiceover: Emma Perentesis 2D Illustrations: Katie Green Original Music and Sound Design: Alexander Taylor Como Concept Design: Sagan Lacy Como Makes a Mess. A story about trobotic….. tetrobatic…… troboppa …. thrombotic microangiop… oh, let’s just call it TMA. Como is a very good dog. He lives in our blood vessels and works very hard to help fight infections and repair damage to our blood vessels. When Como finds bacteria in our bodies, he alerts all other defender cells that fight infection and covers it with complement. Complement is kind of like a sticky gel that helps heal our bodies. Once Como has coated the bacteria, it’s up to defender cells to respond to his alert and help. His friend Max the Macrophage comes along and clears away the mess. Max and Como work together to keep the body safe. While Como is a good dog and does important things to keep our bodies safe, sometimes Como gets worried and things don’t go well. Sometimes medicines doctors use to make us better can cause problems by scraping up the blood vessels. Sometimes bad viruses make things even worse! Poor Como… All of this is making him very nervous. Como tries to fix the blood vessels by coating the walls with complement, but sometimes when he’s upset, he puts down too much complement and this can block-up the blood vessels. Red blood cells, Platelets, and blood-clotting factors can all stick to complement. This makes makes it hard for blood cells to flow through our vessels. A blood cell will push it’s way through the blockage and form what’s called a schistocyte, a mangled red cell that doesn’t work well. Schistocytes are a sign of TMA. Kids who have TMA feel very ill because blood cant get to where it needs to go. This can cause high blood pressure and low blood counts. TMA can affect different parts of the body. Blockage of the blood vessels stops oxygen from getting to the lungs, heart and kidneys. Sometimes it can even affect the brain. Doctors will want to do lots of blood tests and scans to see what is happening. Blood tests help doctors monitor if Como is overactive, or if he’s getting better. One thing doctors do to make TMA better is try a smaller dose of the medicines that damaged the blood vessels. This can make Como feel a bit better. But, sometimes this isn’t enough and he goes back to licking a lot. If lower doses don’t help, we use a special complement blocker medicine. This special medicine helps Como feel better so he stops spreading compliment. After that, the medicine can blast away all the extra complement. Once Como feels better and the blood vessels are all unblocked, kids start to feel better. The medicine lets Como go back to being a good dog who looks out for infections and fights them off. Como is a very good dog who really just wants to help. Good dog, Como!
In this video, learn how to change a colostomy bag plus a Q & A about what it's like to have an ostomy bag, the biggest challenges and some advice for teens who have one. Learn more here: https://www.phoenixchildrens.org/health-information/encyclopedia/detail/90,P01980
For more information about Hana, please visit http://www.hanahwang.com. To learn more about progeria, visit http://www.progeriaresearch.org. Feb. 9, 2012 - HANA HWANG VISITED OUR HOSPITAL TODAY FOR A CHECK-UP. SHE WANTS US TO SHARE THAT SHE IS VERY MUCH ALIVE AND WELL AND THINKING OF ALL OF YOU. SHE WISHES THAT SHE CAN HUG AND THANK EACH ONE OF YOU IN PERSON FOR YOUR WORDS OF SUPPORT AND LOVE. PLEASE LOOK FOR AN UPDATE FROM HER SOON. #HANAISALIVE After Selena Gomez surprised Hana Hwang with a visit at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, the 13-year-old progeria patient wanted to share the following message of appreciation with the pop star and her family: Thank You for showing us YOUR HEARTS. Selena, you are a beautiful person, both inside and out. Your beautiful heart is a reflection of your FAMILY. Thank you BRIAN for showing us your compassion and for helping to make Hana's dream come to life. To Selena's mother, MANDY, thank you for raising such a remarkable daughter. Selena, no matter what you go through in your life, if you have LOVE and FAMILY, you're already a SUPERSTAR! Never forget that you have made a difference to us and to the world. WE LOVE YOU. -Sara (Hana's tutor), Kyung (Hana's mother), Howard (Hana's brother) and your number one fan, HANA. :) (Learn about Selena's visit: http://www.wearechildrens.org/2011/12/selena-gomez-and-ryan-seacrest-surprise-progeria-patient/)
See more at: http://bostonchildrens.org/Bentley When Sierra Yoder went for a prenatal ultrasound, she found out more than her son’s gender. Bentley had an encephalocele: much of his brain was outside his skull. No one thought he’d live. But Bentley was born fighting, so the Yoders sought a second opinion at the Cleveland Clinic. From there, surgeons at Boston Children’s joined their fight. For more information on encephaloceles or to request a second opinion for your child: 866-950-6682
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