Tag: congenital heart surgery

April 15, 2022/Pediatrics

What Would It Take To Regionalize Congenital Heart Surgery?

The evidence, the obstacles, and the opportunity to improve care

December 30, 2021/Cardiology

Repairing Complex Valve Defects in Infants: Challenging, but Achievable

Repairing Complex Valve Defects in Infants: Challenging, but Achievable


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March 26, 2021/Congenital Disease

5 Principles for Navigating Nightmare Scenarios in Congenital Heart Surgery

And two case vignettes where some of them come into play

September 10, 2020/Heart, Vascular and Thoracic

Congenital Heart Surgeon Named to Board of Trustees of the American College of Cardiology

Hani Najm, MD, MSc, FACC, takes leadership role in leading cardiovascular society

Tara Karmalou, MD, operates on child with congenital heart disease
October 27, 2019/Patient Care & Management

Congenital Heart Care: Performance Assessment Among Institutions and Surgeons

Small numbers of heterogeneous patients complicate outcomes measurement in this highly nuanced field

October 23, 2019/Insight & Perspectives

Regionalizing Congenital Heart Surgery Would Reduce Mortality with Modest Effects on Patient Travel

Data-based simulations imagine funneling U.S. pediatric operations to bigger centers


Arch Obstruction Following the Norwood Operation

New insights into old problems may change long-term outcomes


The Road Ahead for Norwood Reconstruction in HLHS: 6 Takeaways from the SVR II Trial

Expert insights from a milestone congenital heart surgery study

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