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The Center for Airway Disorders (CAD) at Boston Children's Hospital cares for infants, children and young adults with airway problems—from common conditions to the most rare and complex disorders. Our airway team treats hundreds of patients each year, helping children born with a disorder of the trachea to breathe, eat and swallow normally.
Patients and their families come from around the world to Boston Children’s Hospital for our advanced, minimally-invasive, endoscopic and open surgeries of the airway, expertise in pediatric anesthesia and world-class intensive care unit.
Our CAD Program specializes in testing and treating:
Learn more about the airway conditions we treat.
At Boston Children’s Hospital, our doctors treat every type of airway disorder, no matter how simple or complex. Within CAD, the programs and services we offer include:
No matter what airway-related condition your child is facing, our team will draw from the extraordinary range of specialties offered here at Boston Children’s to ensure prompt and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment. Our team collaborates daily with dozens of doctors and specialists throughout the hospital to care for patients in our clinic.
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Boston Children’s Airway Disorders Center is world renowned for our:
To make an appointment or speak with a member of our team, please call 617-355-3795.
For families residing outside of the United States, please call Boston Children's International Health Services at +01-617-355-5209.
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