Nearly three percent of pregnant women will suffer from a rare, severe kind of morning sickness called Hyperemesis Gravidarum.
“There are people who are literally confined to their homes,” says
OB-GYN Dr. Kristi Weaver, Specialists in Women's Care. Currently, Dr. Weaver is treating two or three patients with hyperemesis. “They are at the hospital for multiple days at a time getting intravenous (IV) fluids and some are even sent home with a PICC (peripherally inserted central catheter) line, so ... Posted on Wed, September 20 2017
This Olathe teen is the first patient in Kansas City region to use the science of suction to treat #pectusexcavatum or sunken chest. This breakthrough treatment is an alternative to surgery for patients with pectus excavatum and only offered at Overland Park Regional Medical Center via KCTV5 News Kansas City: bit.ly/2jDGXyH. Learn more about our Pediatric Services at http://oprmc.com/pediatrics. #KC #KCKids #pectus #pectusawareness #NussBar Posted on Mon, September 18 2017