When Kristen and Tassos learned their unborn baby had hypoplastic left heart syndrome, they turned to CHOP's Cardiac Center for help and hope.
Justin was only 2 days old when he had open heart surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to treat his pulmonary atresia.
When Diana and Corey learned their unborn baby had tetralogy of Fallot, they came to CHOP's Fetal Heart Program to better understand the diagnosis, develop a birth plan and prepare for their baby’s open heart surgery.
Marla recounts her experience growing up with tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and how the passion of the nurses at CHOP inspired her own career in nursing.
Melissa shares her story of growing up with transposition of the great arteries and how the team at Children's Hospital has been with her throughout her journey.
Routine pulse oximetry screening detected a problem with Brandon's heart. He was transferred to CHOP where doctors diagnosed and treated his transposition of the great arteries.
Ian was born with a congenital heart defect called the transposition of the great arteries (TGA). Thanks to the cardiac team at CHOP, he’s now a healthy 15-year-old.
Born with transposition of the great arteries, a life-threatening heart defect, Max was saved by open heart surgery at CHOP's Cardiac Center.