10 New Tools to Support Hospitals and Doctors

Post Date: February 10, 2020

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Rapidly evolving technology is making it possible for hospitals and doctors to integrate much more data analysis into their day-to-day work.

These innovations featured in our recently published 2019 Research Annual Report can help clinicians as they plan medication dosing, work with children using ventilators, predict asthma risks, treat juvenile ideopathic arthritis, prepare for a heart transplant, and more:

Asthma tools:

PARS Tool Improves Predictions of Asthma Development

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An ‘Automated’ Treatment Algorithm to Guide Asthma Care

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Medication dosing:

Precision Dosing Guide May Improve Outcomes for Infants Receiving Cardiac Surgery

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Heart transplantation:

Virtual Heart Transplantation Matches More Organs to Recipients in Need

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Stem cell transplant care:

Novel Biomarker Could Lead to Earlier Diagnosis of TA-TMA

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MRI scanning for pancreas function testing:

Pediatric Secretin-MRI Project to Serve as Reference Guide for Years to Come

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Treating ulcerative colitis

PROTECT Study Produces New Model for Treating Children with Ulcerative Colitis

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Treating juvenile idiopathic arthritis:

New Guidelines May Help Prevent Vision Damage Among Children with JIA

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Ventilator management:

Algorithm Helps Track Hospital Use Among Ventilator-Dependent Children

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Diagnosing pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP):

Newer Blood Tests Could Replace Slower, Inaccurate Methods for Diagnosing PAP

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