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.
CHOC-hosted inaugural Pacific Coast Fetal Cardiology Symposium provides vital education
More than a dozen cases were presented by various speakers and featured obstructive left heart lesions, Heterotaxy syndromes, and more topics.
Inaugural CHOC Conference on Fetal Heart Disease Detection and Management, April 28-29
The anticipated event will cover detecting serious heart defects during pregnancy and knowing when to refer to a fetal cardiology specialist.
In the Spotlight: Wyman Lai, M.D.
CHOC pediatric cardiologist Dr. Lai’s approach toward his patients and their families is to treat them like family members.
CHOC Expands Fetal Cardiology Program
Approximately 1 percent, or 40,000, babies in the United States are born with a congenital heart disease each year. That’s almost 5,000 babies in California alone. In order to catch problems as early as possible, fetal cardiology specialists at the CHOC Heart Institute work with pregnant women to evaluate, diagnose and manage babies in utero […]