Dr. Sue Hall
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I am located at
1500 SW 10th Ave.
Topeka , KS 66610
Call (785) 270-8793
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
University of MissouriâKansas City School of Medicine, MO
Formerly Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Dr. Sue Hall
I've won the following awards
2011: CQI Achievement Award presented by Pediatrix Medical Group for work on Reduction of Catheter-Associated Bloodstream Infections
1999: Productivity and Quality Award presented by the Los Angeles County Quality and Productivity Commission for creation of the Respiratory Syncytial Virus Prevention Program at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, Sylmar, CA
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Dr. Sue Hall
Why is my baby feeding less often? In brief: Not a growth spurtFEEDING CHILDREN'S HEALTH BABY FEEDINGSee 1 more answer
Babies go through growth spurts, in which they seem to eat all the time, and then slower periods of growth during which they do not seem to be as hungry.
Will letting my baby sleep on his side cause a stiff neck? In brief: No; not a good ideaSee 1 more answer
Letting your baby sleep on his side shouldn't cause a stiff neck, but this position is not recommended for sleep because of the risk of sids.
Babies should sleep on their backs; the incidence of sids is lower than if babies sleep on their sides.NECK STRAIN SLEEP CHILDREN'S HEALTH
What can I do for post-partum bleeding? In brief: Call your doctor!RECENTLY GAVE BIRTH FEMALE HEALTH POST PARTUMSee 1 more answer
Post-partum bleeding may represent a serious problem, such as pieces of the placenta left in the uterus (retained placenta).
What is the thin hair covering the surface of my baby's body? In brief: LanugoSee 7 more answers
The thin, fine hair covering the surface of the baby's body is most likely lanugo.
Lanugo is more common in premature babies, and becomes less prominent as the baby progresses towards his due date.THIN HAIR CHILDREN'S HEALTH FINE HAIR HYPOTRICHOSIS
How do I help manage my child's heart birth defect? In brief: Educate yourselfNORMAL CHILDBIRTH BIRTH DEFECTS CHILDREN CHILDREN'S HEALTH BIRTH DEFECT CHILD FEMALE HEALTHSee 8 more answers
Because there is a wide range of heart defects, the best thing you can do to manage your child's defect is to learn as much about it as possible.
What are the treatments for heart-related birth defects? In brief: Surgery, medicationCONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES NORMAL CHILDBIRTH BIRTH DEFECTS BIRTH DEFECT FEMALE HEALTHSee 5 more answers
Many congenital heart defects require surgery, but when surgery is done and how many operations may be required depends completely on what the specific defect is.
Can the stress of being born cause infants to get strokes or clots? In brief: YesNORMAL CHILDBIRTH STRESS STROKE IN THE BRAIN INFANT FEMALE HEALTHSee 3 more answers
About 1 in 4, 000 babies born will have a stroke around the time of birth, often related to the increased tendency towards clotting in the few days before and after birth in both mother and baby.
What are the physical impacts of gastrointestinal tract birth defects? In brief: That depends...CONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES NORMAL CHILDBIRTH BIRTH DEFECTS BIRTH DEFECT FEMALE HEALTHSee 1 more answer
The physical effects of gastrointestinal birth defects depend on what the condition is.
Will I be able to hold my baby in the nicu? In brief: YesCHILDREN'S HEALTH NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITSee 4 more answers
You should absolutely be able to hold your baby in the nicu! if your baby is really sick, it might be a few days.