Remote Monitoring for Congenital Heart Disease
As a pediatric heart surgeon and research scientist, Danielle Gottlieb Sen has long felt the need for a simple, noninvasive monitoring device that babies with congenital heart disease could wear — the way their parents might wear a smartwatch ...
An Ambitious New Research Model for the Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center
Imagine a “biological pacemaker,” a simple injection that stimulates the heart to create its own healthy version of the cells that regulate rhythm. This is the groundbreaking work Hee Cheol Cho brings to the newly created position of director ...
Advanced Imaging Improves Care for Pediatric Patients with Congenital Heart Disease
Pediatric cardiologists at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center have taken the lead in using advanced imaging techniques to better diagnose and treat young patients.
An Across-the-Lifespan Approach to Congenital Heart Disease
John Thomson and his colleagues are advancing non-invasive solutions for young patients with congenital heart conditions, dramatically changing their lifetime care.
Focusing on Blood Conservation in Pediatric Patients
New study leads to call for more judicious use of blood transfusions in pediatric cardiac surgery patients.
A New Progressive Pediatric Cardiac Care Unit
Innovative hospital unit is designed to strengthen care and reduce length of stay and readmissions for patients discharged from the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit.
COVID-19 and a related potentially lethal inflammatory disorder was hardly the gift this Baltimore teen wished for on her 18th birthday.
Lemuel and Levi, an infant and a young adult, find collaborative comprehensive care for their complex heart disease.
By bringing the stethoscope to the home, pediatric cardiologist Reid Thompson aims to reduce unnecessary hospital visits and echocardiography for patients with suspected heart murmur.
A ‘Game changer’ Grant for Managing a Mystifying SARS-CoV-2 Related Disease
Johns Hopkins investigators awarded $4.8 million by the National Institutes of Health to design predictive models for multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
Organ Transplant Surgeon Betsy King
Organ transplant surgeon Betsy King says she cannot pinpoint when during her childhood outside Chicago that she first wanted to be a surgeon. But for sure, she says, her parents were strong influences.
Childhood Obesity, A Focus on Hypertension
The multidisciplinary ReNEW clinic addresses the needs of children facing the cardiovascular comorbidities of obesity, including hypertension and heart disease.
Ari Cedars knew studying history was in his future — but he didn’t know it would be history related to the mysteries of congenital heart disease.
Shelby Kutty, Director of Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology at Johns Hopkins, named prestigious “Feigenbaum Lecturer” by the American Society of Echocardiography.
New center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center provides lifelong care for patients born with congenital heart disease.
A new center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center dedicated to the management of infants, children and young adults with all forms of heart disease builds on a long history of advancements in pediatric cardiac surgery dating back some 75 years.
Johns Hopkins Appoints New Director of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery
Bret Mettler will serve as the new director of pediatric cardiac surgery and as co-director of the Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center.
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