One of only five pediatric hospitals in the U.S. to offer this alternative to open-heart surgery.
Some heart disease in humans may originate from damage in the womb, study suggests.
Seattle Children’s Hospital has selected Microsoft Amalga, the unified intelligence system, as its data platform to provide...
Nearly every child who receives an antipsychotic medicine is first prescribed one of the second-generation, or “atypical”...
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has awarded Magnet status to Seattle Children’s Hospital in recognition for...
Researchers have discovered a submicroscopic aberration in a particular region of human chromosome 1q21.1 that appears to be...
Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center announced today the conclusion of its seven-year capital campaign, The...
A Pandora’s box of genetic information exploded wide open when the human genome was mapped in 2003.
The Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children’s Hospital will host its fourth annual international...
Seattle Children’s Hospital has deployed a 64-slice GE Discovery VCT PET/CT, one of the most advanced medical imaging...
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