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Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
225 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611
Research at Lurie Children’s is conducted through Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute. We focus on improving child health, transforming pediatric medicine and ensuring healthier futures.
Beginning in 2019, the Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center on Northwestern University's Chicago campus will be the new home for the Manne Research Institute.
The majority of tests needed for both normal and abnormal pregnancies are performed by the obstetrician or the maternal fetal medicine physician. However, The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health can provide additional imaging when physicians or patients would like a second opinion or advanced imaging.
The bone-anchored hearing device (BAHA, for its original name, the bone-anchored hearing aid) is an implant system for children and adults who have conductive (middle ear) hearing loss and cannot be successfully fit with hearing aids.
Lurie Children’s provides burn care for patients who arrive at the Kenneth and Anne Griffin Emergency Care Center with minor burns. Patients with burns are seen immediately by our specialists, who then determine the best course of care depending on the severity of the burn.
A procedure in which a long, flexible tube is inserted into the blood vessels and guided into the heart, to visualize the structures inside, collect samples, make incisions and implant devices.
If your child has a central line, it's important to know how to properly care for it. Lurie Children's offers guidance in this area.
Specialists from Lurie Children’s Division of Neurology analyze and monitor the nervous system function of patients with neurological diseases and conditions to optimize treatment.
A cochlear implant is a device that performs the job of the inner ear, which can be damaged in children with hearing loss. They provide sound signals to the brain.
A CT scan, also called a CAT scan, gives your doctor a closer look at your child's internal organs, bony anatomy, blood vessels and soft tissues, with more detail than a general x-ray.
Lurie Children's has a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers with expertise in concussion evaluation and concussion care.
Medical technology now offers information about the future health of individuals and can be used to detect cystic fibrosis.
Similar to neuropsychological evaluations, developmental evaluations use psychological tests to examine a child's mental abilities in order to diagnose and manage conditions affecting brain functioning.
Lurie Children's offers diagnostic procedures for various digestive and liver conditions.