At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we talk a lot about our commitment to children, how we’re “100 percent dedicated to caring for kids and teens.” This promise takes many forms, but one Related posts:Fetal imaging and the importance of early
Nobody who is expecting a baby ever expects a prenatal diagnosis. When an expectant mom goes from elated to extremely worried, fetal imaging specialists, who are part of the team in the Fetal Concerns Center at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, help provide the information parents desperately want and need.
It’s winter in Wisconsin, so you know what that means: snow, snow and more snow. With that snow comes all sorts of fun — but potentially dangerous — activities.
We’ve always taken great pride here at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in the quality of our imaging services; from our experienced, specially trained team of pediatric radiologists, nurses and technologists.
At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we are 100 percent dedicated to caring for kids and teens. That means we give them treatment meant specifically for them and their developing bodies.
You may have noticed increased public awareness of radiation risks and efforts to reduce radiation exposure in medical imaging — especially in children.
Coming to the hospital for an imaging exam can be a scary experience for a child. It can also be overwhelming for parents and family members who may not know what to expect.
When a child is undergoing medical imaging, the primary focus for families should be on diagnosing and fixing the problem at hand, not worrying about outside issues like how much radiation exposure their child is exposed to.