Data from The Pediatric Heart Network Normal Echocardiogram Database show interobserver variability, especially in younger and smaller patients.
Starting regular exercise in childhood can help lay the groundwork for greater health and quality of life, pediatric cardiologists suggest.
New review cites need for randomized clinical trials comparing conservative management, surgery, and catheter-based closure.
A new case study shows success of using cardiac MRI – rather than electrocardiogram – to monitor tumor regression of rhabdomyoma in a newborn with an mTOR inhibitor.
Critical aortic stenosis in utero can lead to the formation of HLH. But, fetal balloon aortic valvuloplasty to correct the stenosis could prevent HLHS.
Heart problems have been reported in nearly all the neuromuscular disorders. They are particularly common and serious in Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophies.
Faculty at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are focused on evaluating and customizing treatments for adults with congenital heart disease in order to improve clinical outcomes for these patients.
Investigators at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are focused on understanding the molecular pathways that regulate normal and abnormal heart development.
Faculty members at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are working to understand the genetic basis of congenital heart disease and are investigating how genetic and environmental factors play a role in the development of heart defects in children.
You Might Also Be Interested In
Sign Up for PediatricsOnline
Subscribe to PediatricsOnline, a digital newsletter personalized for the pediatric provider to deliver up-to-date resources, research announcements and more.
The Heart Center
We offer cardiology services, cardiothoracic surgery, interventional cardiology (catheterization) and support for patients with all heart conditions from simple to complex. Pediatric and adult patients with congenital heart disease and acquired cardiomyopathy have access to world-class diagnostics, treatments and research.