First Bilateral Hand Transplant in a Child: Zions Story
The worlds first bilateral hand transplant in a child has taken place at The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia. For more: The...
Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Coxsackie Virus) Illness Script - USMLE, Pediatrics
Overview of Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease (Coxsackie virus infection) with special attention to comparison to Kawasaki Disease! Please like and subscribe if...
The Pediatric Hand Exam Part 1: Conducting the exam
Donald Bae, MD, associate in Orthopedic Surgery at Boston Childrens Hospital, leads us through some key elements of conducting a hand exam on a child.
Pediatric Orthopedic Exams: Hand and Wrist
Robert B. Carrigan, MD, hand and upper extremity surgeon at The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, demonstrates how to properly perform a hand and wrist...
Baltimore boy Zion Harvey gets worlds first pediatric double hand transplant - TomoNews
philadelphia An 8-year-old Baltimore boy who lost his hands to a serious infection when he was toddler has become the worlds youngest double hand...
Pediatric Advice: Hand Rashes in Children
Children will often get rashes, and the most common hand rash that will be seen in a child is from eczema. Find out what causes eczema with help from a...
Health & Education Go Hand in Hand - 2015 Pediatric Medical Initiative
Our successful pediatric medical initiative was met with success providing medical exams to 1098 children. The children were all registered, went to triage, saw...
Dr. Ben Carson Gifted Hands documentary
Gifted Hands. Pediatric Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson. One of the worlds finest surgeons. Released in 1991.
Pediatric-Neuro Exam 6 month Motor - Hand
Motor - Hand The baby is able to reach out and pick up an object and bring it to the midline, usually to his mouth. He reaches equally well with either hand.
Meet Zion, the first child to get a double hand transplant
An 8-year-old Maryland boy is showing off his new hands. Doctors in Pennsylvania consider the first-ever double hand transplant on a child a success.