Children’s National Health System Experts Presenting at American College of Cardiology 65th Annual Scientific Session
Key cardiology topics include critical care, fetal medicine, and 3D printing
April 01, 2016
Chicago, Ill.— More than one dozen pediatric experts from Children’s National Health System, in Washington, DC, will present at the American College of Cardiology 65th Annual Scientific Session from April 1-4, 2016 in Chicago, Ill.
Experts from a variety of pediatric cardiology disciplines will discuss their research and relevant topics over the course of the four-day session. Daily highlights follow:
April 1, 2016
- Standardized Pediatric Cardiology Evaluation Forms Allow for Simultaneous Assessment of Trainee Performance on Clinical Rotations and in Sub-competencies: Lowell Frank, MD
April 2, 2016-
- The Impact of a Designated Cardiology Team Involving Telemedicine Home Monitoring on the Care of Children With Single - Ventricle Physiology After Norwood Palliation: Sarah Clauss, MD, Russell Cross, MD, Amy Curtis, RD, Ashraf Harahsheh, MD, Lisa Hom, RN, Esq., Gerard Martin, MD, Stephanie Mitchell, and Rachel Steury, NP-C
- New Advances in Prenatal Neurodevelopment: Catherine Limperopoulos, PhD
April 3, 2016
April 4, 2016
Children’s National Heart Institute is comprised of internationally recognized clinical and research cardiologists and cardiac surgeons who have pioneered new tools and techniques used around the world. The Heart Institute team is actively involved in identifying and developing the next-generation procedures and technology that will make pediatric heart care safer and more effective. The cardiology and cardiovascular surgery programs are consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report, which ranked Children’s National Health System among the top 10 pediatric hospitals in the United States for 2015-2016.
The American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific Session brings together cardiologists and cardiovascular specialists from around the world each year to share the newest discoveries in treatment and prevention.
Contact: Emily Hartman at 202-476-4500