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Provider Passport for Solid Organ Transplant
Learn about outcomes for congenital nephrotic syndrome, kidney transplant, and VATER syndrome. <Read more>

A message from Kathie Taranto and Joseph Neglia, MD
Welcome to the fall edition of Provider Passport. In this issue we will highlight some of the services and care that demonstrates our multidisciplinary care principles. <Read more>

Controlling variables and monitoring progress leads to better outcomes for neonates
The survival rate for premature and critically ill neonates continues to rise, and the need for follow-up care of these tiny patients is increasing. Once a baby goes home after leaving the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University of Minnesota Children's Hospital, the NICU Follow-up Clinic at the hospital serves as a trusted resource for parents.  <Read more> 

Partnerships are the foundation of care for CAH and DSD
Kyriakie Sarafoglou, MDFrom birth to adulthood, children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) and disorders of sex development (DSD) require highly specialized care. At the Leo Fung Center for CAH and DSD at University of Minnesota Children's Hospital, expert healthcare professionals from diverse medical backgrounds offer state-of-the-art patient-oriented care and education for your patients with these rare and complex disorders. <Read more>

New trials for brain tumors in the pediatric population
Dan Guillaume, MDThe Pediatric Neurosurgery program at University of Minnesota Children's Hospital operates on a multidisciplinary care model, drawing in specialists from oncology, neuro-oncology, and radiation oncology, who consult for each patient with a brain tumor. Together, they execute a coordinated patient care plan that addresses every aspect of treatment. <Read more>
 

 
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