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Outcomes for adolescent gastric bypass surgery are very different from adult outcomes. See the research on 5-year outcomes for Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and how these surgeries impact patients.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado want to learn more about the risk of asthma in children with African ancestry.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado are investigating the safety and feasibility of providing regenerative therapy for a rare congenital heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).
Learn more about a new Still's disease study designed to evaluate the effectiveness of anakinra (Kineret®) as a potential treatment.
Children's Colorado has partnered with Mayo Clinic to study the use of stem cell therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). Learn more about our first patient.
To detect the earliest manifestations of fetal AV block secondary to maternal anti-Ro antibodies, we've trained at risk pregnant mothers in at-home fetal heart rate and rhythm monitoring. Learn more about the fetal AV block monitoring study here.
Children's Hospital Colorado is actively seeking children and teens to participate in a research study on environmental causes of asthma. Get information on requirements, compensation and how to participate.
Catheterization is a risky but necessary way to track pulmonary hypertension in children. Here, researchers are adapting 4D MRI to the task, and they’re seeing the heart in new ways.
When Lucy's blood pressure spiraled out of control, her complement immune system was to blame. Learn more about this complement immune system mystery and how researchers at Children's Colorado solved it.
More than anything else on the medical horizon, CAR-T cell therapy stands poised to alter cancer treatment. But it's not there yet.
Though IV nutrition was a medical breakthrough, its long-term use could cause serious liver disease in some infants and children. Learn about our team's groundbreaking research on intestinal failure-associated liver disease (IFALD).
Focal cortical dysplasia is a common cause of treatment-resistant epilepsy in children. At Children's Hospital Colorado, however, researchers are homing in on focal cortical dysplasia treatment.
About one in four patients in any given ICU has acute kidney injury — and the consequences might run deeper and further than anyone suspected.
After initial cancer treatments, a secondary, incurable tumor may form, known as a treatment-induced high-grade glioma. Thankfully, researchers are searching for a cure for these high-grade gliomas in children.
There's currently no technology to measure the structure and function of the lungs, particularly in kids. At Children's Colorado, electrical impedance tomography (EIT) will change that.
New research shows bariatric surgery can reverse the progression of type 2 diabetes in adolescents and that the earlier it's performed, the better.
Individuals with cystic fibrosis often have airway infections. Researchers at Children's Colorado conducted the largest-ever study to research airway microbiota from bronchoalveolar lavage fluid across age and disease spectrum in patients with cystic fibrosis.
Fetuses have unique properties that allow them to heal without scars. A fetal surgeon at Children's Colorado is applying those properties to help heal diabetic wounds.
Injuries to a child's growth plate – areas of growth on a bone – can heal, but some bones may seal off from future growth. To prevent that, researchers at Children's Colorado are working on new growth plate regeneration involving stem cells.
Though the connection between poor sleep and insulin resistance has been demonstrated in adults, it has not been sufficiently studied in kids. In Children's Colorado's adolescent study, our researchers found that obese teens who don't get enough sleep are at higher risk of developing insulin resistance.