In congenital heart surgery, experience begets innovation. Successful development of a novel trans-conal unroofing approach to a rare heart defect is a case in point.
This late-September CME event will provide one of the deepest educational dives ever into atrial isomerism/heterotaxy syndrome — along with updates on congenital heart disease more generally.
For a 5-year-old with total anomalous pulmonary venous return and a univentricular heart, 3-D printing was the only way to assess if repair was doable. This one-minute captioned video explains.
This Cleveland Clinic-developed experimental device allows for a significant size reduction, to accommodate infants, while forgoing the use of valves or flow sensors for control.
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A 10-year-old presented with protein-losing enteropathy due to a failed Fontan circuit. Could we convert his heart back into a biventricular repair by rerouting the intracardiac anatomy?
Hani Najm, MD, Chair of Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery, on passion, opportunity and how he decompresses.
When ECMO isn’t enough: How a newborn with a single ventricle survived on a VAD and made it to transplant
The nation’s No. 1 hospital in heart care adds the top-rated children’s hospital to its national network to broaden access to superior pediatric heart care for contracted employers and payers.
A 3-D-printed heart replica guides surgical planning to improve oxygen saturations in a deeply cyanosed boy with heterotaxy syndrome marked by a host of complex congenital heart defects.
The inaugural offering of Cleveland Clinic’s “Advances in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Care” conference is all about the univentricular heart. Tap the expertise of faculty from five nations and all corners of the U.S.