Children who need pulmonary valve replacement benefit from surgery. The IRIS valve is built small enough to implant in very young patients.
CHOC-UCLA Health team mobilizes to save 13-year-old football player with undetected congenital heart problem
CHOC and UCLA Health’s treatment of a teen with anomalous left coronary artery (ALCA) exemplifies the unique joint pediatric heart program.
Cardiologist’s procedure on Argentinian teen helps bolster case for a lymphatic disorders program at CHOC
CHOC’s Heart Institute hopes to add a future lymphatic program as a result of long-distance referrals and requests for support.
The multidisciplinary, expert fetal team from CHOC and UCI gives infants, like Damian with ectopia cordis, the best chance at survival.
New surveillance program for congenital heart disease patients yields vast improvements in neurodevelopmental care
The Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic (CNC) at CHOC’s Heart Institute is helping patients like Grace make vast improvements with their neurodevelopment.
Born with significant heart disease, Aurora couldn’t keep down breast milk or formula. With help from CHOC, she can now eat solid foods.