Category Archives: Neonatology

We heard the term Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) for the first time…

My husband and I were expecting our first born child. We had a baby shower and decorated the nursery. My OB insisted on a routine 32 week ultrasound. No one … Full Entry »

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“We are all connected at the heart.”

Photo by Julie Soefer A little background … My wife Rachel and I fell in love and dated long distance (Houston to Detroit) for just over a year before we … Full Entry »

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Preparing for your high-risk delivery and newborn’s hospitalization class

It’s natural to feel a massive wave of emotions after discovering you’re expecting a child! This is a wonderfully exciting time for you and your family, but we understand it … Full Entry »

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Thankful to be a survivor

When I was about 26 weeks pregnant with my fourth boy, I went into my OB/GYN’s office for an ultrasound due to a bleed. I had previously been diagnosed with a complete previa. During this ultrasound, they … Full Entry »

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The Newborn Center: Looking back

In the summer of 1974, Texas Children’s Hospital was a small subsidiary of St. Luke’s/Texas Heart Institute – home of Dr. Denton Cooley’s renowned cardiovascular surgery program. However, a pediatric … Full Entry »

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