Your Search Returned 7 tagged news reports
Lincoln Park students make heart health their cause Monday, April 8, 2013 Suburban Trends Deborah Hospital Foundation Greater Pompton Area Chapter received a donation raised by National Honor Society students at Lincoln Park 's Craig High School, in
When it comes to matters of the heart for children, growing up doesn't necessarily mean a patient outgrows the need for specialized medical care. National guidelines recommend about half the adult survivors of complex congenital heart disease receive
A Canadian medical team from McGill are introducing non-surgical medical treatments for children in Kuwait with congenital heart defects. Dr Ziyad Hijazi, a consultant in congenital heart diseases and defects in children and adults, is being hosted
The clinic, part of the University of Kentucky medical complex, specializes in pediatric and adult congenital cardiology, cardiovascular surgery and cardiovascular research for children and adults with congenital heart disease. The clinic includes a
He had one surgery to repair a hole in his heart, and a couple more to replace a malformed valve. Then he grew up and left home and promptly forgot all about his heart trouble. "I was young and I didn't really care, and I felt like I could do
Carla Tisdale-Walker of Voorhees was recently appointed as corporate/foundation relations manager for the Deborah Hospital Foundation, which serves as the fund-raising arm of the Deborah Heart and Lung Center, located in Browns Mills.
Newswise Infants born with complex congenital heart disease are not only at risk for serious heart-related complications, but also for developing a deadly bowel disease, regardless of the type of surgical intervention they receive for their heart.