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In this CHEO Discovery Minute, Dr. Bhatt shares that there was no difference in the rate of adverse events in young patients when researchers compared those who hadn’t fasted before being sedated for a procedure and those who had met fasting guidelines.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
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CHEO Research Institute named one of the top 40 research hospitals in Canada
OTTAWA, November 8, 2018 – The CHEO Research Institute is pleased to announce that it has been named one of Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals. The organization moved up one spot on the Research Infosource listing, from 25 to 24, reflecting a 9.1% increase in the last fiscal year. The CHEO Research Institute is fortunate to have a group of leading researchers and top-notch staff, generous grant and CHEO Foundation donors and the support of the tens of thousands of children, youth and families who are part of our research. Read More
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Patient-oriented research: a comprehensive collection highlighting benefits, challenges, experiences and more Patient engagement in research can improve health, health system
Does engaging patients in research projects improve health? A comprehensive collection of 17 innovative demonstration projects — including two from researchers and patient partners at the CHEO Research Institute — highlights the value of patient engagement in research. Read More
Monday, November 5, 2018
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New Research Shows Symptom Improvement after Concussion in Children Varies Across Age Groups and Sex
Age and sex must be taken into consideration when looking at children’s recovery after a concussion, say researchers at the CHEO Research Institute. In a new article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics, authors describe how the common symptoms following concussion improve by both age and sex over time. In “Natural Progression of Symptom Change and Recovery From Concussion in a Pediatric Population”, they found that the length of time for symptom improvement after concussion in children and adolescents varied across age groups and sex. Read More
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