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  • Feb 22, 2017

    Making the Grade During Hospitalization

    Johns Hopkins All Children’s patient academics program plays an important role in patient care. Patient academic services coordinator Alicia Riggs acts as the liaison between schools and parents who are trying to keep their sick child on track academically...

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  • Feb 16, 2017

    What Parents Need to Know About Heart Surgery and Procedures

    Whether it’s planned or an emergency surgery, it can be worrisome to hear your child needs an operation. However, researching the surgeon, the procedure and asking the right questions may help put you at ease. Doctors with the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute work with some of the world’s leading heart experts to improve care by making information on heart procedures public and easily understandable for families and patients with congenital and pediatric heart disease...

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  • Feb 10, 2017

    Melody Valve Procedure a Safer, Less-invasive Option to Open-heart Surgery

    For a child like 6-year-old Audrina, who has successfully survived two open-heart surgeries and multiple cardiac procedures to repair a congenital heart defect, six years can seem like a lifetime. It actually is a lifetime in medical technology.

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  • Feb 09, 2017

    A Historic Heart Patient Maintains Devotion to Johns Hopkins All Children’s

    At just six weeks old, Hunter Ratcliffe made history. Just hours after birth, Hunter’s family learned he was born with a congenital heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which meant the left side of Hunter’s heart was missing and couldn’t pump oxygen-rich blood to the body properly. On June 19, 1995, he received the first heart transplant at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital...

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  • Feb 08, 2017

    Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute Helps Patient Overcome Long Odds

    Born with an extremely rare, life-threatening condition known as single ventricle crisscrossed heart, Sammy had to battle incredible obstacles from day one. The condition is marked by crisscrossed ventricles that result in a weak connection between the heart and the lungs. To correct the defect and ensure survival, Sammy would need a series of surgeries within his first year...

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  • Feb 07, 2017

    If the Third Time is the Charm, Maddie’s New Heart Transplant is Beating All Odds

    While many teenage girls will happily tick off their favorite Instagram posts or all of the clubs they are in at school, Maddie is more likely to list out the number of beating hearts that have echoed inside her chest (three) or the hundreds of echocardiograms, multiple heart attacks and the many nights she has spent in the emergency room...

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