Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Surgery
Latest in Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Surgery
Pediatric oncologists and cardiologists collaborate on reducing cardiotoxic effects of cancer treatment.
Latest studies in a series compare outcomes in babies with primary versus staged repair.
Higher risk for stroke among children and infants with congenital heart disease warrants heightened awareness.
Home monitoring is key to protecting single ventricle babies following stage 1 palliation.
A predisposition for adult hypertension is a single-factor indicator pointing to better surgical outcomes for babies with congenital heart disease.
Female gender, bullying and family instability often observed in affected children.
Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging may offer a non-invasive alternative for assessing rejection.
The research takes an economical approach that may encourage additional pediatric randomized controlled trials.
Percutaneous Impella implantation introduced for eligible pediatric patients in select centers.