Risk Factors For Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus

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Posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus (PHH) is a common complication of after a brain bleed in preterm infants. Dr. Hannah Tully, a pediatric neurologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, is uncovering risk and protective factors associated with the development of PHH and recently presented the results of a large retrospective study at the 2016 Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting.

In the video, Dr. Tully discusses the results of the study and how these results could help us identify infants at risk and improve treatments and outcomes.

1 Comments for : Risk Factors For Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus
    • Danielle Whaley
    • November 9, 2018
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    Are we saving and stunting premature babies in the name of research? Knowing the risks and life long patients if they survive the research why are we saving abortable babies considered “unviable” then charging the state for these “million dollar babies”

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