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CARE OF THE PATIENT IN A HALO

So, you’ve been told that you, your child, or someone close to you is getting a halo. Perhaps you’re lucky enough to have time to prepare yourself, family, and friends, or maybe this is a sudden or unexpected event for you.

Either way, there are many things you should know about having a halo, and there are lots things that you can do to make it a better experience.

The information here is from a medical perspective, as well as from the perspective of families and patients who have already been there.

Just remember, with the right attitude, support and preparation,
YOU WILL GET THROUGH THIS!

Please understand that none of the information provided here is intended to replace the advice or the recommendations made by your physician. Please ask your physician what he/she recommends for your family member.

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 | REFERENCES |
 | RESOURCES |

Johns Hopkins Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
Bloomberg Children’s Center, 3110N, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
1800 Orleans Street, Baltimore, MD, 21287  443-997-2663

 

 

Link to Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery