Video Series: Our Team
Health Topics: Fetal Medicine, Cardiology
Dr. Donofrio is the director of Children's Fetal Heart Program and specializes in fetal diagnosis and in-utero management of congenital heart disease.
Before they had even entered the world, Children's National doctors had hatched a plan to safely deliver and then separate conjoined twins Tyson and Tyler.
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Earlier this year, the American Heart Association (AHA) released a scientific statement on the diagnosis and treatment of fetal cardiac disease written by a team of cardiac and obstetrical experts with lead author, Mary T. Donofrio, MD, Director of the Fetal Heart Program and Medical Director of the Critical Care Delivery Program for the Fetal Medicine Institute at Children’s National Health System.
In this video, Children's National pediatric cardiologist Robin Doroshow, MD, shares her insight on how pediatricians can distinguish the severity of heart murmurs when deciding whether to refer patients with heart murmurs to cardiologists.
Fetal cardiologist, Mary T. Donofrio, MD, authored the first set of clinical guidelines for the evolving specialty of fetal cardiology. Learn about the new guidelines.
Social worker Heather Langlois is an advocate for her patients at the Children’s National Heart Institute, where she cares for the psychosocial needs of patients and their families.