- Adult Intensive Care Unit
- Anesthesia Perioperative Clinical Research Program
- Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality
- Blaustein Pain Treatment Center
- The Center for Bloodless Medicine and Surgery
- Neurosciences Critical Care Unit
- Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
- Adult Post-Anesthesia Care Unit
- Pediatric Post-Anesthesia Care Unit
- Preoperative Evaluation Center
- Respiratory Care Services at Johns Hopkins
Patient and Family Information
Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center
From its soaring lobby, large operating rooms equipped for the most technically complex procedures imaginable, spacious patient rooms and welcoming family facilities, the new building provides a hospital experience that matches the world-class medicine it affords.
Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Cardiovascular and Critical Care Tower
The Sheikh Zayed Tower is the new home of the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute, offering a full range of cardiovascular services. The tower also houses advanced neurological and neurosurgical services as well as transplant surgery, trauma care, orthopedics, general surgery, and labor and delivery.
"NPO" is a Latin abbreviation for "nothing by mouth." Food and drink taken before anesthesia can cause problems such as choking or vomiting. There are a few rules about eating and drinking that can prevent these problems.
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Preoperative Questionnaire for Parent of Pediatric Patients
It is important for the physicians and nurses to know your child's medical history before he or she receives anesthesia.
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