Video Series: Our Team
Health Topics: Cardiology
Charles Berul, MD, is the Chief of Cardiology at Children's National Health System.
"His experience has made him, and us, much stronger people. I am forever grateful to Children's National for saving his life."
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Syncope is a temporary loss of consciousness and muscle tone caused by inadequate blood supply to the brain. Syncope is sometimes also called fainting.
The medical team at Children's National is at the forefront of implanting biventricular pacemakers for improving cardiac function in children with cardiomyopathy.
According to the American Heart Association, about nine of every 1,000 babies born in the United States have a congenital (present at birth) heart defect. This is a problem that occurs as the baby's heart is developing during pregnancy, before the baby is born. Congenital heart defects are the most common birth defects.