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If your child has an esophageal disorder (esophageal atresia, tracheoesophageal fistula, etc.) or requires surgery, we have the expertise to help.
The Esophageal Center coordinates each child's evaluations, as well as operative and diagnostic procedures, so each patient can be evaluated at one time by our renowned team of specialists in pediatric surgery, otolaryngology, pulmonology and gastroenterology. This team of specialists works collaboratively to develop an appropriate treatment plan for your child’s condition. Our surgical expertise includes:
5-year-old Emmett Rauch of Arizona has his trach removed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center after swallowing a button battery.
After several failed attempts to reconstruct her son Emmett's esophagus, Karla Rauch traveled to the Esophageal Center at Cincinnati Children's for a second opinion. Today, following successful esophagus replacement surgery, Emmett is eating by mouth and is a "completely different child."Read more in Carla's post on the Cincinnati Children's blog.
UPDATE: Emmett has his trach removed
Do you have a loved one who is staying with us in the hospital? Are you looking for a way to let them know they are in your thoughts? Now you can. Children's Hospital proudly offers a free service that allows you to send an ecard to a patient during their hospital stay. We will receive the card, print it out, and have it sent to the patient.
Send an Ecard to a loved one today..
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