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  • Diagnosing the Knee Injury
    the MCL medial collateral ligament Ligaments attach bones to bones and the MCL is designed to stabilize the knee by preventing the shin bone from moving to the side creating a knocked knee look relative to the thigh bone MCL injuries can occur by direct contact or by non contact when an athlete is running or jumping and then suddenly slows and changes direction or twists This injury can occur at any age MCL injuries are known to be associated with ACL and meniscus tears as well as growth plate fractures of the shin bone Like most injuries to a ligament the MCL tears can be graded based on the severity of injury The easiest way to understand this grading system is to consider grade 1 injuries a stretch grade 2 injuries a partial tear and grade 3 injuries a complete tear The symptoms of an isolated MCL tear include pain on the inner side of the knee often with swelling and potentially a sense that the knee will give out A physical exam by a medical professional will often help distinguish it from other knee injuries and can often make the diagnosis Treatment is an initial period of ice and compression to reduce swelling and pain Depending on the severity of injury or the grade of tear there are a few different treatment options Young kids that sustain grade 1 possibly grade 2 injuries tend to never get evaluated by medical professionals because they are usually better in two weeks Pre adolescent kids are unlikely to sustain higher grade injuries because their growth plates will usually break first However teenagers will often sustain higher grade tears Crutches and a brace locking the knee straight is important in the treatment for these athletes This will allow the MCL to heal

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/health-safety/growing-up-columns/diagnosing-the-knee-injury/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Collarbone a Common Casualty
    bone to ossify in the womb is the collarbone or clavicle The clavicle is the only contact between our entire axial skeleton and the arm It connects the breastbone sternum to the shoulder blade scapula There are no other bony contacts as the shoulder blade is otherwise suspended in space by muscle This makes the collarbone one of the most common bones to fracture or break in the human body Some research suggests that it happens 20 percent of the time It can happen while landing on an outstretched hand or by direct force to the shoulder It can also happen during the birth of your child Nonsurgical management has been the mainstay of treatment for centuries This can be done by using either a sling or a figure of eight brace Many will advocate the latter because it draws the shoulder backward potentially lining up the broken bone ends better However research has demonstrated that most children do not tolerate the figure of eight device and ultimately stop using it early in the treatment course Similar studies have shown equal outcomes when comparing the sling to the figure of eight Traditionally if the fracture punctures the skin or pushes on vital structures then surgery is considered a better treatment In general surgery approximates the two ends of the collarbone and secures it in place with either screws or a plate and screw construct Recently there has been some good research in adults suggesting a change to the indications for surgical treatment Data suggests that nearly 15 percent of adult clavicle fractures do not heal properly without surgery New indications suggest that if the fracture is short by an inch in length then surgery should be considered In children and perhaps even adolescents there is no research to support this

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/health-safety/growing-up-columns/collarbone-a-common-casualty/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Growing Up Columns
    Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Health Safety Growing Up Columns Growing Up Columns Growing Up Columns Growing Up Columns Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Community Health Needs Assessment Flu

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/health-safety/growing-up-columns/growing-up-columns/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Acute Care Pavilion
    Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Locations Main Campus Acute Care Pavilion Main Campus Acute Care Pavilion Locations Main Campus Acute Care Pavilion Medical Office Building MOB Nelson Hahn Pavilion Rose Pavilion 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street 8010 Frost Street 8110 Birmingham Way Building 28 Ronald McDonald House Developmental and Behavioral Sciences Emergency Urgent Care Rady Children s Business Center Satellite Locations Acute Care Pavilion 3010 Children s Way San Diego CA 92123 Map it 858 576 1700 ext 3633 Information Desk Services Cancer and Blood Disorders Inpatient care Viterbi Family Outpatient Clinic Wellness Center 2nd Floor Medical Behavioral Unit Eating Disorders Medical Behavioral Disorders 4th Floor MRI Lower Level Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU 3rd Floor R L Dick Eloise Johnston Surgical Care Unit 3rd Floor Warren Family Surgical Center 1st Floor Carley s Magical Garden Rady Children s Hospital Auxiliary Garden part of Carley s Magical Gardens Parking Parking is available at Children s Way South Parking Garage and North Parking Garage The South Parking Garage under the Ronald McDonald House is closest to the Acute Care Pavilion Walking to Acute Care Pavilion from Children s Way South Parking Structure Go to street level of parking structure Cross Children

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/locations/main-campus/acute-care-pavilion/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Medical Office Building (MOB)
    Building MOB Locations Main Campus Acute Care Pavilion Medical Office Building MOB Nelson Hahn Pavilion Rose Pavilion 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street 8010 Frost Street 8110 Birmingham Way Building 28 Ronald McDonald House Developmental and Behavioral Sciences Emergency Urgent Care Rady Children s Business Center Satellite Locations Medical Office Building MOB 3030 Children s Way San Diego CA 92123 Map it Services Cardiovascular Surgery Suite 202 Orthopedics and Scoliosis 3rd Floor Opthalmology Suite 109 Otolaryngology Suite 402 Pediatric Surgery Suite 107 Pharmacy Outpatient 1st Floor Rehabilitation Medicine 3rd Floor Parking Parking is available at Children s Way North Parking Garage and South Parking Garage Walking directions from Children s Way North Parking Garage Option 1 Go to street level of the parking structure Cross Children s Way and enter Medical Office Building at Entrance 3 Option 2 Cross footbridge from top floor of the parking structure Enter Medical Office Building at Entrance 5 you will be on the second floor of the Medical Office Building The building directory is to the left after you pass through the first sliding glass door Walking directions from Children s Way South Parking Garage Go to the street level of the parking structure Walk

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/locations/main-campus/medical-office-building-mob/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Nelson/Hahn Pavilion
    Care Pavilion Medical Office Building MOB Nelson Hahn Pavilion Rose Pavilion 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street 8010 Frost Street 8110 Birmingham Way Building 28 Ronald McDonald House Developmental and Behavioral Sciences Emergency Urgent Care Rady Children s Business Center Satellite Locations Nelson Hahn Pavilion 8001 Frost Street San Diego CA 92123 Map it 858 576 1700 ext 5800 Information Desk Nelson Pavilion Services Administration 3rd Floor Admitting 3rd Floor Audiology 3rd Floor Cardiac Cath Lab 3rd Floor Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services CAPS 3rd Floor Dialysis 3rd Floor Helen Bernardy Center for Medically Fragile Children Infusion Center 3rd Floor Laboratory Inpatient 3rd Floor Liver Clinic Gastroenterology 3rd Floor Motion Analysis Laboratory 3rd Floor Muscle Disease Clinic 3rd Floor Neurology including EMG EEG Muscle Disease Clinic 3rd Floor Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU 3rd Floor Occupational Therapy Inpatient 3rd Floor Physical Therapy Inpatient 3rd Floor Renal Clinic Nephrology 3rd Floor Sleep Center 3rd Floor Speech Therapy Inpatient 3rd Floor Carley s Buggy Garden Carley s Friendship Garden Carley s Garden of Dreams Hahn Pavilion Services Outpatient Procedures Center Pharmacy Inpatient 2nd Floor ATM Cafeteria Parking Parking is available at the Frost Street Parking Lot and Children s Way North Parking Garage

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/locations/main-campus/nelsonhahn-pavilion/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Rose Pavilion
    Medical Office Building MOB Nelson Hahn Pavilion Rose Pavilion 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street 8010 Frost Street 8110 Birmingham Way Building 28 Ronald McDonald House Developmental and Behavioral Sciences Emergency Urgent Care Rady Children s Business Center Satellite Locations Rose Pavilion Rose Pavilion 3020 Children s Way San Diego CA 92123 Map it 858 576 1700 ext 4350 Information Desk Services Acute Cardiac Unit 3rd Floor South Cardiology Services and Kawasaki Disease Clinic 1st Floor South Cath Lab located in Nelson Pavilion Critical Care 3rd Floor Emergency Care 1st Floor Health Information For Requesting Medical Records Only On Campus Service Center 1st Floor Main Office located at Rady Children s Business Center 5855 Copley Drive San Diego 92111 Laboratory Outpatient 1st Floor Medical Surgical Unit 2nd Floor Radiology Check in McDonalds Gift Shop Chapel ATM Leichtag Family Healing Garden Parking is available at Children s Way North Parking Garage and South Parking Garage Walking to the Rose Pavilion from Children s Way North Parking Garage Go to street level of parking structure Cross Children s Way and walk south left along Children s Way to the fountain Entrance 1 of the Rose Pavilion is directly across from the fountain There

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/locations/main-campus/rose-pavilion/ (2015-03-26)
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  • 7910, 7920, 7930 Frost Street
    We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Locations Main Campus 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street Main Campus 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street Locations Main Campus Acute Care Pavilion Medical Office Building MOB Nelson Hahn Pavilion Rose Pavilion 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street 8010 Frost Street 8110 Birmingham Way Building 28 Ronald McDonald House Developmental and Behavioral Sciences Emergency Urgent Care Rady Children s Business Center Satellite Locations 7910 7920 7930 Frost Street This cluster of three buildings is across the street from Sharp Memorial Hospital and has its own parking lot off of Frost Street 7910 Frost Street Building San Diego CA 92123 Map it 360 Sports Medicine Suite 190 Endocrinology Diabetes Suite 200 Maternal Fetal Medicine San Diego Perinatal Center Suite 140 Comprehensive Care and Suite 430 Prenatal Diagnostic Services Metabolic Mitochondrial Medicine Suite 200 Muscle Disease Clinic Suite 200 Neurosurgery Suite 120 Special Needs Clinic Suite 350 7920 Frost Street Building San Diego CA 92123 Map it Suite 200 Fresh Start Clinic at Rady Children

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/locations/main-campus/7910-7920-7930-frost-st/ (2015-03-26)
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