Cardiology 2014 presentations

Thursday, February 20

Poster Presentations
#1 Peer Review: An Innovative Way to Tackle a Legacy Problem ID #654

Implementation of Cardiac Assessment Team Using Cardiac-specific Pediatric Early Warning Score Reduces Emergent Events on Cardiology Ward 

Clare C. Kranz  - Children's Medical Center, Dallas

 ID #733

Nurse-led Multidisciplinary Team to Eliminate Healthcare Acquired Infections

Melody L. Walblay - Levine Children's Hospital

 ID #728

Family-centered, Multidisciplinary Approach to Familial Support During Admission in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

Stacy M. Fischer - The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto

 ID #633

Radiation Vacation With Velocity 

Virginia A. Balfour - Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston

 ID #657

Parent Education Discharge Instructions (PEDI) Pilot Study — Hyderabad, India

Sandra L. Staveski - The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto

 ID #671

Characterization and Outcomes of Codes That Occur in the Pediatric CICU

Jodi L. Ulrich 

 ID #678

Postoperative Feeding Protocol Improves Outcomes After Arterial Switch Operation

Ashley B. Moellinger - University of Alabama at Birmingham

 ID #791

Preparing for the Future of Healthcare: A Nursing Education Program to Increase the ICU Skills of Nurses From the Cardiac Step-Down Unit

Ashley Patton

 ID #797

Pulse Oximetry Screening at High Altitude: The Flagstaff Experience

Deborah M. Ledington - Flagstaff Medical Center

 ID #694

Infants With Coarcatation of the Aorta and Patent Ductus Arteriosus Have Limited Hypertensive Changes Within the Aortic Arch 

Michael F. Swartz - University of Rochester

 ID #650

Neurocardiogenic Syncope: Treating the Whole Patient

Martha W. Willis - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 ID #790

Familial Incidence of Cardiovascular Malformations in Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

Muhammad Y. Qureshi

 ID #662

Picking up the Pebbles: Lost in the Forest of PDA Treatment

Justin Elhoff - Medical University of South Carolina

 ID #708

Stability of Furosemide and Chlorothiazide Mixed in a Syringe

Wayne S. Moore - A.I. duPont Hospital for Children/Nemours Cardiac Center 

  ID #737

Effects of Age and Weight-Based Dosing of Enoxaparin in Pediatric Patients

Marilyn Torres - Miami Children’s Hospital

 ID #742

Embedding Patient Simulation in a Pediatric Cardiology Rotation: A Unique Opportunity for Improving Resident Education

Shaun Mohan

 ID #743

Daily 2% CHG Bathing in a Pediatric Cardiac ICU Reduces Central-line-associated Blood Stream Infections 

Andrea Torzone

 ID #759

Sildenafil Use in Pediatric Patients with Congenital Heart Disease Hospitalized between 2004-2011

S. Kristen Sexson Tejtel - Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine

 ID #777

Toxic Digoxin Levels May Not Be Associated With Signs and Symptoms of Digoxin Toxicity in Children 

Keila N. Lopez - Baylor College of Medicine

 ID #778

Antibiotics Turn-Around Time in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) 

Annierose D. Abogadie - Children's National Health System

 ID #781

Prenatal Evaluation of Heart Function in Ebstein's Anomaly, Tricuspid Valve Dysplasia (EA/TVD), Response to Transplacental Therapy and Outcomes 

Grace A. Freire - All Childrens Hospital

 ID #635

Design and Concept of a Randomized Trial to Measure the Impact of Early Intervention on Maternal Stress in Mothers of Fetuses Diagnosed With Single Ventricle Physiology Requiring Neonatal Surgery 

Hayley S. Hancock - University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

 ID #717

Temporal Variation of Birth Prevalence of Congenital Heart Disease in the United States

Alexander Egbe - Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York

 ID #718

Fetal Hyperglycemia Activates JNK, Relation to Fetal Cardiac Hypertrophy

Erin E. Gordon - University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics

 ID #732

Parental Perceptions Toward Non-invasive Prenatal Genetic Testing in High-risk Pregnancies 

Lisa D'Alessandro - The Hospital for Sick Children

 ID #735

Parental Perceptions Toward Non-invasive Prenatal Genetic Testing in High-risk Pregnancies — Maternal Hyperoxygenation Improves Left Heart Filling in the Fetus With Atrial Septal Aneurysm Causing Impediment to Left Ventricular Inflow 

Alexandra Channing

 ID #766

Fetal Unit: A Team Work! 

Ana Lucia L. Abrahão - Hospital do Coração

 ID #770

The Association of Fetal Growth and Cerebral Blood Flow with Neonatal Biometrics in Single Ventricle Fetuses

Eunice Hahn

 ID #772

The Association of Fetal Growth and Cerebral Blood Flow with Neonatal Biometrics iDelivery of the Fetus with Congenital Heart Disease at a Free-Standing Children's Hospital: A Classification System for The Special Delivery Unit at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Denise Donaghue - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #808

Durability of Porcine-Valved Xenograft Conduits for Rigt Ventricular Outflow Tract Reconstruction in Patients Less Than 2 Years of Age 

Peter C. Chen - University of Rochester

 ID #643

Evolution in Resource Utilization for Neonatal Arterial Switch Operation 

John J. Nigro - Phoenix Children's Hospital

 ID #646

Current Practice and Utility of Chromosome Microarray Analysis in Infants Undergoing Cardiac Surgery 

Jason Buckley - Medical University of South Carolina

 ID #655

Cytomegalovirus Infection in Pediatric Cardiosurgical Patients

Lubica Kovacikova - National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Bratislava, Slovakia

 ID #675

Adverse Outcomes After Neonatal Cardiac Surgical Procedures: The Potential Favorable Effect of Excessive Maternal Weight Gain During Pregnancy 

Rocky Tsang

 ID #676

Developing an Event Monitoring System of Congenital Heart Surgery

Alistair Phillips, Cedars Sinai Medical Center

 ID #751

22q11 Deletion Syndrome Is Associated With Increased Perioperative Events and More Complicated Postoperative Course in Infants Undergoing Infant Operative Correction of Truncus Arteriosus Communis or Interrupted Aortic Arch

Michael L. O'Byrne - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #782

Initial Results of a Pediatric ECMO Program in a Cardiac Intensive Care Unit After Multidisciplinary Training 

Giovana Broccoli - Hospital do Coração - São Paulo

 ID #788

Tricuspid Valve Replacement in Neonates and Infants Using Swine Extracellular Matrix 

Redmond Burke

 ID #806

The Use of Ketorolac Following Cardiac Surgery in the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit: Risks and Benefits 

Meredith Jalkut

 ID #810

Utility of Electrocardiogram in the Assessment and Monitoring of Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension Ledington 

Kelvin C. Lau - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #667

Management of Acute Pulmonary Hypertensive Crisis in Children With Known Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: A Prospective Study of Phenylephrine and Vasopressin 

Stephanie L. Siehr

 ID #692

Trends in Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension Related Hospitalizations in the United States from 2000-2009

David B. Frank - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #755

Safety and Efficacy of Bosentan in Infant Pulmonary Hypertension 

Gene H. Peir

 ID #784

Abdominal Device Procedures: A Successful Transition From Plumber to Electrician 

Brynn E. Dechert - University of Michigan

 ID #668

Utility of Monthly CIED Monitoring After Lead Implantation: Less Is More

Brynn E. Dechert - University of Michigan

 ID #669

Long-Term Outcomes of Pediatric Patients with Asymptomatic Ventricular Pre-excitation Stratified as Low-risk 

Matthew B. Brothers

 ID #681

Value Analysis of Radiofrequency Ablation Versus Cryo Ablation for Atrioventicular Nodal Tachycardia in Children Impact on Procedure Approach 

Arlene G. Porter - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

 ID #767

Outcomes of Interventional Cardiac Catheterizations in 421 Neonates

Enrique Oliver Aregullin

 ID #683

Transparent Film Dressing vs Pressure Dressing Following Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization 

Janene R. Allen - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

 ID #699

Transhepatic Central Venous Access in Patients With Congenital Heart Disease

Brian A. Boe - University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Congenital Heart

  ID #721

Identifying Risk Factors for Post Catheter Vessel Related Complications 

Andrew Beckingham

 ID #754

Friday, February 21

Poster Presentations

Home Monitoring Following Norwood's Stage 1 for HLHS. Where are we in the UK?

Vicky Nash - Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

ID #623

Home Monitoring of HLHS Patients, Taking It a Step Further to Improve the Quality of Life and Everyday Life. The Norwegian Approach. 

Britt E. Fredriksen 

 ID #638

Oral Feeding After the Norwood or Neonatal Damus-Kaye-Stansel Operation

Eva H. Nunlist - Miami Children's Hospital

 ID #663

The Heartest Yard: Making At Home Monitoring Personal

Kimberly A. Ortmayer - Levine Children's Hospital

 ID #665

The Associations of Resource Utilization to Complications During the Norwood Hospitalization

Kimberly E, McHugh 

 ID #679

Decreasing Incidence of Coarctation After Norwood Procedure: Technical Modification of Patch Reconstruction

Sunita J. Ferns - University of North Carolina

 ID #697

Risk Factors for In-hospital Mortality After Blalock-Taussig Shunt

Viviane A. Guimarães - Heart Institute, University of Sao Paulo Medical School

 ID #710

SAFE at Home Monitoring Program: Shunt Dependent Patient Algorithm for Effective At Home Outpatient Management Through Education

Lindy Moake - Childrens Medical Center of Dallas

 ID #711

Effects of Oromotor Intervention on Feeding After Complex Congenital Heart Disease Surgery

Gitanjali Indramohan - UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital

 ID #719

Use of Pediatric Emergency Form for Single Ventricle Patients

Lori A. Erickson, Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics

 ID #722

Acute Kidney Injury Following the Norwood Operation: Effects on Survival and Acute Kidney Injury at the Superior Cavopulmonary Anastomosis

Aaron DeWitt, University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center

 ID #757

Right Ventricular Performance After Norwood and Hybrid Palliation in Patients With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

Heynric B. Grotenhuis

 ID #776

A Comprehensive Approach to Managing Infants with Single Ventricle Physiology During the Interstage Period

Jessica A. Linck - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 ID #792

Can a Single Ventricle Interstage Monitoring Program Be Successfully Implemented in a Smaller Volume Center?

Callie S. Lenfest - Wake Forest University School of Medicine

 ID #801

Parent Experience With an Interstage Single Ventricle Home Monitoring Program

Bronwyn Bartle

  ID #809

Successful Implementation of a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Role Within a Pediatric Cardiac Care Team: Positive Impacts on Stakeholders

Gina M. O'Leary

 ID #627

Building a Sustainable Model to Support the Culture of Research Inquiry in Nursing and Allied Health in the Pediatric Cardiac Population 

Jeryl L. Huckaby - Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

 ID #628

Standardized approach to Advanced Practice Provider Orientation for High Acuity Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

Kimberly Moore - Children's Medical Center- Dallas

 ID #653

Managing for Daily Improvement - Transforming Unit Challenges Iinto Solutions

Kimberly A. Ortmayer - Levine Children's Hospital

 ID #664

Collateral Benefits of Participating in a National Collaborative: Our JCCHD Experience

Sherry S. Smith - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

 ID #731

Patient Ticket to Home: An Updated Initiative for the Cardiac Patient

Haug Vicki

 ID #734

The Develoment of an Instructional Course to Train New Nurses Starting in Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care

Rosanne Hallford - Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

 ID #750

Changing the Culture of Discharge Education in the Cardiac Center: The Implementation of a Population Based Patient Family Education Room

Katie Scott - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #769

Journey to Discharge: Decreasing Length of Stay for Infants With Complex Congenital Heart Disease Via a Parent Led Discharge Tool

Kimberly Moore - Children's Medical Center- Dallas

 ID #787

Time Out! Procedural Checklist in a Paediatric ICU

Cecilia St. George-Hyslop, The Hospital for Sick Children

 ID #794

Racing Our Way to Standardized Handoffs in the Pediatric Cardiac Surgical Population

Jessica Earhart

 ID #685

Design and Implementation of a Rounding Bundle

Page Steadman

 ID #691

Standardized Discharge Process Increases Competence in Parents of High Risk Infants

Sherry S. Smith - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

 ID #727

Barriers to Consent at a Large-scale Urban Research Institution: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 

Kaitlyn Daniels - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #756

Establishing a Clinical Resource Nurse Role to Meet the Demands of Our Growing Unit

Justine M. Mize

 ID #762

Measuring the Impact of a Pediatric Cardiovascular Outreach Program in Michigan

Gwen Fosse Paxson - All Children's Hospital 

 ID #764

Accuracy of Pulse Oximeters Intended for Cyanotic Pediatric Patients?

Bronwyn U. Harris - Stanford University School of Medicine

 ID #771

What Is the Normal Aortic Size in Turner Syndrome?

Emilio Quezada, Oregon Health & Science University

 ID #677

Systemic Hypertension in Girls and Women With Turner Syndrome

Emilio Quezada, Oregon Health & Science University

 ID #702

Aortic Isthmus Measurements in Neonates With Down Syndrome

Marjorie A. Gayanilo

 ID #714

Kawasaki Disease in a Children's Hospital in Mexico City

Luis M. Garrido-Garcia

 ID #690

BCGits as a Clinical Diagnosis Marker in Mexican Children With Kawasaki Disease

Luis M. Garrido-Garcia - Instituto Nacional de Pediatria, Mexico City, Mexico

 ID #698

Critical Congenital Heart Disease in a Rural Medically-Underserved Population 

Amy Parnell

 ID #705

Congential Heart Disease and Microcephaly at Birth: A Population Based Cohort Study of 2467 Children

Niels B. Matthiesen

 ID #729

Biophysical Properties of the Aorta in Adolescent Females with Anorexia Nervosa

Carolina A. Escudero

 ID #700

Measurement of Exercise Capacity and Echocardiographic Left Ventricular Function During Semi-Supine Stress Cycle Ergometry in Patients With Anorexia Nervosa

Carolina A. Escudero

 ID #701

Right Ventricular Volumes Assessed by Echocardiographic Three-dimensional Knowledge-based Reconstruction Compared to Magnetic Resonance Imaging in a Clinical Setting

Christian Neukamm

 ID #632

Indexed Tricuspid Annular Plane Systolic Excursion — A More Accurate Quantification of Right Ventricular Function in Children

Muhammad Y. Qureshi

 ID #651

Safely Performing Echos on High Risk Cardiac Outpatients

Taylor C. Sommers

 ID #660

Assessment of Echo Lab Workload Components Can be Used to Drive Quality Outcomes and Productivity Standardization

Marcella Bryant - Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

 ID #682

Utility of Echocardiographic Assessment of Left Ventricular Diastolic dysfunction in Children With Restrictive Cardiomyopathy — An Observational Study

Nao Sasaki - University of Miami

 ID #693

Quantitative assessment of aortic regurgitation by Cine Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging and comparison to Echocardiography

Wasim Khan - Akron Children's Hospital 

 ID #725

Tricuspid Valve Annulus Motion by Cine MRI in Normal and Volume-loaded Right Ventricles

Ito Seji

 ID #739

Utility of Three Dimensional Echocardiography, in Pediatric Patients With Congenital and Acquired Heart Diseases

Wasim Khan - Akron Children's Hospital

 ID #740

Use of Tricuspid Annular Plane Systolic Excursion for the Assessment of Right Ventricular Function in Patients With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome After Fontan Palliation

Catherine Avitabile - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #758

Echocardiographic Z Scores for Left Ventricular Dimensions in a Multiethnic Population of Screened Young Athletes: The Texas Adolescent Athlete Screening Registry (TAAHSR)

Silvana M. Lawrence

  ID #805

Outcome Analysis for a Community Congential Heart Surgery Program Within a Tertiary Care Center

Nicole Wilson

 ID #639

Saturday, February 22

Poster Presentations

The Clinical Importance of flow Cytometry Crossmatch in Predicting Graft Failure Following Heart Transplantation

Britton C. Keeshan

ID #684

Lactate in the Postoperative Period in Pediatric Heart Transplant Recipients

Joyce M. Madden  

 ID #688

Cumulative Exposure to Medical Sources of Ionizing Radiation in the Firat Year After Pediatric Heart Transplantation

Tacy E. Downing

 ID #716

Use of Short-Term Mechanical Support in INTERMACS Class 1-2 Pediatric Patients as a Bridge to Heart Transplantation Increases Waiting List Survival

Viviane A. Guimarães - Heart Institute, University of Sao Paulo Medical School

 ID #760

Lessons Learned After 20 years of Pediatric Heart Transplantation in a Development Country

Leonado A. Miana - Heart Institute, University of Sao Paulo Medical School

 ID #761

HAVE you been fully evaluated? The Hypertension and Vascular Evaluation Program Detects Nocturnal and Masked Hypertension as Well as Carotid Intimal Thickening in Pediatric Heart Transplant Recipients

Carley M. Bober

 ID #795

Implementation of a Perioperative Transfusion Protocol Decreases Blood Product Exposure After Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Joseph G. Timpa - Children's of Alabama

 ID #783

Effects of Music Therapy on Pain in the CICU

Elizabeth A. Moore - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 ID #640

Ready! Set! Eat! A Parent Tool for Feeding Readiness

Jen Rodgers - Childrens Hospital Colorado

 ID #656

Using Lean Six Sigma Methodology to Improve Post-Operative Patient Transports

Tracy A. Ricket

 ID #723

Discharge Coordinator Role Model Revision to Support Parental Discharge Readiness

Ashley Johnson - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta-Egleston

 ID #730

Advanced Practice Nurse Driven Outcomes; the Value of Adding APNs to an Inpatient Cardiology Service

Haley D. Bell - Children's Mercy, Kansas City

 ID #741

Improving Patient Throughput in an Outpatient Fetal Cardiac Clinic through Nursing Coordinators

Amy M. Ricketts, Children's Mercy Hospital

 ID #746

The Successful Use of Advance Practice Nurses as Primary Subspecialty Providers in the Pediatric Cardiology Clinic

Julie R. Martin - The Children's Mercy Hospital

 ID #749

Preparing Children and their Families for Cardiac Procedures

Jessica P. Katz - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

  ID #768

Best Practices in Tracheostomy and Ventilator Patient and Family Education: Standardizing the Education Plan to Increase Staff Competency, Increase Patient Satisfaction and Decrease Length of Stay

Heather Meldrum - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #785

Decrease in Preventable Emergent Transfers From the Cardiac Step-down Unit to the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

Virginia Bossman - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 ID #789

Is Bicuspid Aortic Valves With Different Spatial Leaflets Orientations an Important Determinant of the Risk for Aortic Stenosis and Insufficiency With Aortic Dilation?

Mark Ruzmetov

 ID #631

Prevalence of Lambl's Excrescences in Pediatric Transthoracic Echocardiograms

Muhammad Y. Qureshi

 ID #649

Lean Body Mass is the Strongest Anthropometric Predictor of Left Ventricular Mass in the Obese Pediatric Population

James R. Shea 

 ID #673

Sex-Specific Lean Body Mass Predictive Equations are Accurate in the Obese Pediatric Population

Lanier B. Jackson - Medical University of South Carolina

 ID #707

Recognizing Psychosocial Distress in Pediatric Cardiology Clinic Patients

Pat E. Longmuir - Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute

 ID #659

Associated Extracardiac Malformations in the Congenital Heart Disease Population: Current Estimates and Temporal Variation in Prevalence

Alexander Egbe - Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York

 ID #745

Experience With Biventricular Intervention for Neonates With Mitral Valve Abnormalities in the Setting of Critical Left Heart Obstruction

Catherine Avitabile - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 ID #763

Experimental Study of Anisotropic Stress/Strain Relationships of the Piglet Great Vessels and Relevance to Congenital Heart Disease

Yueqian Jia - College of Engineering and Computer Science, University of Central Florida

 ID #793

Prevalence of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Colonization in the Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery Patient Population

Jennifer Johntony

 ID #661

Effect of Corticosteroids on Arginine Vasopressin Concentration after Pediatric Cardiac Surgery

Christopher W. Mastropietro - Riley Hospital for Children

 ID #672

Stroke Risk in Pediatric Cardiac Patients on Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation: An Analysis of the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Database

David Werho - University of Michigan 

 ID #674

Dexmedetomidine Reduces Post-operative Mechanical Ventilation After Open Heart Surgery in Infants

Barbara-Jo Achuff

 ID #686

Intravenous Morphine Infusion in Neonates After Cardiac Surgery is not Associated With Extubation Failure

John A. Alexander

 ID #695

Does an Increase in Lactate From the ICU to the OR Correlate With Outcome?

Kristin L. Richards - Children's Hospital Los Angeles/University of Southern California

 ID #724

Early Post-Operative Fluid Overload is Associated With Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation in Neonates After Arterial Switch Operation

Franco Diaz - University of Alabama at Birmingham

 ID #798

Acute Kidney Injury in Infants Undergoing Surgical Correction of Congenital Heart Defects: The Impact of Early Post-Operative Hemodynamics

Mehdi Eslami 

 ID #803

Prolonged Chest Tube Drainage Following Cardiac Surgery in Infants: An Underreported Occurrence

Julie Slicker

 ID #804

Fontans on Facebook: A Social Media Powered Study of Fontan-associated Protein-losing Enteropathy and Plastic Bronchitis

Kurt R. Schumacher - University of Michigan

 ID #636

Pulmonary Artery Growth After Fontan Surgery in Patients With a Pulsatile Glenn

Sunita J. Ferns - University of North Carolina

 ID #703

Liver Fibrosis in Adults With Fontan Palliation: Do Screening Studies Predict Disease Severity?

Sylvia Ofei - Nationwide Children's Hospital

 ID #748

Two Decade Experience With the Fontan Operation in a Developing Country Center

Aida L. Turquetto

 ID #802

Use of Three-dimensional Electro-anatomical Navigation to Minimize or Eliminate Use of Fluoroscopy in the Ablation of Pediatric Supraventricular Tachyarrhythmias

Lakshmi Nagaraju - Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital

 ID #799

An Active Surveillance and Referral Program to Ensure Respiratory Synctial Virus (RSV) Prophylaxis for the Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Population: A Quality Improvement Project

Carman R. DeMare

 ID #652

Congenital Heart Disease Impact on Infant Mortality Rate in a Brazilian town

Paulo H. Manso - Ribeirão Preto Medical School-USP

 ID #658

Grown-up Congenital Heart Disease Surgery in Western Denmark 2000-2011

Madurra Perinpanayagam

 ID #680

Prevalence and Sociodemographics of Specific Congenital Heart Diseases in the United States of America: An Evaluation of Hospital Discharge Diagnoses

Alexander Egbe - Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York

 ID #715

Electronic Health Record in Pediatric Critical Care: Expectations and Reality

Jun Sasaki

 ID #689

What have we learned in 14 years? Sustainability and Achievements in Time of a Pediatric Cardiac Program in a Cost Constrained Environment

Ivan Machado - Fundacion de Todo Corazon Richard Gibson, Zulia, Venezuela

 ID #696

The Cardiac Family Advisory Council at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta: A Collaborative Council of Parents, Clinical Staff, and Administrative Staff for the Purpose of Improving Family Centered Care in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, the Cardiac Step-down Unit, and the Cath Lab

Katherine R. Keyes - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

 ID #726

Designing a Quality Improvement Framework for Success

Kshitij P. Mistry - Levine Children's Hospital, Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute

 ID #736

A Collaborative Initiative to Improve Nutrition Delivery for Children With Congenital Heart Disease

Piyagarnt Vichayavilas

 ID #807

Hybrid Approach to Adult Congenital Heart Disease Improves Outcomes

Alistair Phillips - Cedars Sinai Medical Center 

 ID #775

Why are they here? Integration of Adult CHD Patients Into a Children's Hospital

Andrea Torzone

 ID #780


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