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High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers Video

High Blood Pressure in Babies and Kids: Steps for Primary Care Providers

UCSF specialists in pediatric kidney and heart disease present the latest guidelines on evaluating patients with possible hypertension, including a key first step for establishing the diagnosis.
Guide to Pediatric Cardiology Referrals: Sizing Up Symptoms and Urgency Video

Guide to Pediatric Cardiology Referrals: Sizing Up Symptoms and Urgency

Pediatric cardiologist Ana C. Coll, MD, discusses the conditions – from arrhythmias to Kawasaki’s disease to several genetic disorders – that warrant cardiac concern and sometimes referral in young patients. She covers signs calling for STAT investigation, key elements of the physical exam, and helpful tests.
Shining a Light on Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension: New Hope for Better Lives Video

Shining a Light on Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension: New Hope for Better Lives

Pediatric critical care specialist Jeffrey R. Fineman, MD, breaks down a complex condition with wide-ranging symptoms in babies and children.
Aortic Abnormalities: How to Identify Pediatric Patients at Risk Video

Aortic Abnormalities: How to Identify Pediatric Patients at Risk

Pediatric cardiologist Emilio Quezada, MD, discusses signs that a young patient should be evaluated for genetic syndromes associated with thoracic aorta dilation and aneurysm.
Return-to-Play After COVID: An Update on Heart and Vaccine Concerns in Pediatric Patients Video

Return-to-Play After COVID: An Update on Heart and Vaccine Concerns in Pediatric Patients

Pediatric cardiologist Lisa Arcilla, MD, FACC, presents a timely guide to identifying youngsters at risk for cardiac involvement from COVID-19.
Identifying Youngsters at Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death: A Lifesaving Look at the Evidence Video

Identifying Youngsters at Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death: A Lifesaving Look at the Evidence

Pediatric cardiologist and electrophysiologist Akash Patel, MD, breaks down the underlying conditions that can cause sudden cardiac arrest leading to death in children and young adults.
The Language of the Heart: Accurate Tachycardia Terminology and Why It Matters Video

The Language of the Heart: Accurate Tachycardia Terminology and Why It Matters

Pediatric cardiologist and imaging specialist Howard M. Rosenfeld, MD, FACC, makes the case for ditching “SVT” in favor of more meaningful terms, enhancing professional communication as well as the diagnostic process.
“My Chest Hurts”: How to Assess a Worrisome Symptom in Kids Video

“My Chest Hurts”: How to Assess a Worrisome Symptom in Kids

While most chest pain in children isn’t caused by heart trouble, pediatricians keep patients safe when they ask the right questions and include certain steps in the physical exam.
Getting to the Heart of Pediatric COVID: Risks and Signs of Cardiac Issues Video

Getting to the Heart of Pediatric COVID: Risks and Signs of Cardiac Issues

UCSF pediatric cardiologist Kishor Avasarala, MD, discusses how pediatricians can ensure appropriate cardiac care for children infected with COVID-19.
Hearing the Young Heart: A Lesson on Pediatric Murmurs Video

Hearing the Young Heart: A Lesson on Pediatric Murmurs

Pediatric cardiologist Michael Brooks clarifies how to distinguish worrisome murmurs from harmless ones, and offers a simple grading method and specific listening tips.
Cardiac MRI and 3D+ Technologies: Transformative Care in Congenital Heart Disease Video

Cardiac MRI and 3D+ Technologies: Transformative Care in Congenital Heart Disease

Cardiac imaging specialist Dr. Shafkat Anwar explains how MRI facilitates better management of patients born with heart defects, while technologies such as 3D printing can improve surgical planning, efficiency, outcomes and training.
Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease: Can We Make a Difference? Video

Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease: Can We Make a Difference?

Anita Moon-Grady, MD, FAAP, FACC, discusses congenital heart disease (CHD), the most common cause of infant death due to birth defect in the United States.

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