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A 'Cool' Baby's Journey: How Cooling Therapy Saved Baby Hadley

A 'Cool' Baby's Journey: How Cooling Therapy Saved Baby Hadley

Newborn brain injury caused by oxygen deprivation around birth can have devastating, lifelong consequences and requires intervention within hours of diagnosis. Physicians and nurses at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center NICU use therapeutic hypothermia, or 'cooling therapy,' to treat babies born with this condition.

Watch Hadley's story of birth-related brain injury and the 'cooling' therapy at Johns Hopkins Children's Center NICU that saved her.

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