Abbie Roth

Measuring the Progression of CF in School-Aged Children

A multicenter study utilized chest computed tomography and lung function tests taken repeatedly over two years in school-aged children with mild cystic fibrosis.
October 12, 2020  |  Written by
Novel Intervention Helps Infants With Cerebral Palsy Develop Arm and Hand Function

A new NIH-funded randomized controlled trial shows that an intervention combining a patented soft restraint harness, therapist coaching and parent training increases reach smoothness, fine motor skills and tactile sensation in the more-affected upper extremity. For the first time in infants with CP under 2, a clinical trial of this type of intervention was shown to also be safe for the tactile processing of the restrained extremity, and for the development of other motor skills.

August 12, 2020  |  Written by