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Pediatric Sleep Center

child sleeping peacefully with teddy bearJohns Hopkins Pediatric Sleep Center takes a multidisciplinary approach in diagnosing and treating children with sleep disorders.

The Johns Hopkins Pediatric Sleep Center offers comprehensive evaluation and family-centric care and treatment for children with sleep and sleep-related breathing disorders. The center, which operates a 4-bed sleep laboratory (each with a second bed for a caregiver to spend the night) at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital and a sleep clinic at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, provides access to the most highly trained technicians and cognitive behavioral therapists to help children and families cope with sleep disorders. Our clinical expertise includes:

  • Snoring and suspected sleep apnea
  • Known obstructive sleep apnea requiring CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) or BiPAP (bi-level positive airway pressure) therapy
  • Suspected sleep-related respiratory failure or apnea related to neuromuscular diseases such as muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy
  • Conditions that increase the risk of sleep-disordered breathing, such as obesity, Down syndrome and achondroplasia.

 

The Johns Hopkins Pediatric Sleep Center at MWPH

The Johns Hopkins Pediatric Sleep Center at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is pleased to offer comprehensive evaluation and care for children with sleep-disordered breathing and other sleep problems. There are two sleep centers conveniently located in Baltimore and at Prince George’s Hospital Center.

 

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