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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado are investigating the safety and feasibility of providing regenerative therapy for a rare congenital heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).
Children's Colorado has partnered with Mayo Clinic to study the use of stem cell therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). Learn more about our first patient.
Catheterization is a risky but necessary way to track pulmonary hypertension in children. Here, researchers are adapting 4D MRI to the task, and they’re seeing the heart in new ways.
About one in four patients in any given ICU has acute kidney injury — and the consequences might run deeper and further than anyone suspected.
Coupled with pulmonary hypertension, Kylie's sleep apnea put her life at risk. Thanks to innovative treatment at the Sie Center, she’s breathing easier.
Children who undergo the Fontan procedure need lifelong treatment for issues related to single ventricle circulation. Regenerative medicine may soon change the nature of their care.
When Melissa's unborn baby was diagnosed with congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), she and her husband didn't know where to turn for treatment. Then they found the Colorado Fetal Care Center.
Dr. Dunbar Ivy is part of a select group of PH experts on the forefront of clinical trials, research and treatment.
Safe treatment discovered for persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN) to support underdeveloped lungs.
Learn why Dr. Shelley Miyamoto is one of the few studying pediatric heart failure through muscle bath research.
Learn how Dr. Kathryn Chatfield is working to find a pediatric solution to heart failure.
Learn about the development of a small-scale cardiopulmonary bypass machine, designed to treat infants and children.
Read how Dr. Shelley Miyamoto discovered an important difference in treating children's hearts vs. adults.