Philanthropy was instrumental in helping Dr. Levy and his research team at CHOP in their quest for better replacement valves for children with congenital heart disease.
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Physicians and researchers from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are actively involved in catheterization research. Read some recent research publications.
Dr. Rychik’s research at CHOP will help gain a better understanding of the effects of maternal stress on fetal development and the child’s long-term health.
The REACH program at Children's Hospital is researching the effectiveness of a high-intensity, technology-based home monitoring program in infants with complex congenital heart disease.
Researchers at CHOP are studying the impact of Sildenafil in improving exercise ability and overall quality of life in patients with single-ventricle heart disease.
Dr. Julie Brothers of the Cardiac Center at Children's Hospital is conducting a research study to better understand the cause of ischemia in children with AAOCA.
This multi-center study is seeking to improve understanding of risk of sudden death in patients with anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA).
Doctors at Children's Hospital are studying the psychological impact on families of a prenatal diagnoses of congenital heart disease (CHD) in order to help provide better counseling and support.
Elizabeth Goldmuntz, MD and a group of researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are studying the underlying causes of heart defects in children.