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Meghan M. Chlebowski, MD, MHPE


  • Attending Physician, Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
The patient and family are important members of the care team, and their voices and opinions matter.

About

Biography

I was inspired to pursue my career because of my personal connection to congenital heart disease, as well as my passion for caring for the most complex and critically ill children with congenital heart disease.

In my practice, I believe that every patient is actually two patients — the child in my care and their family. They are equally important, and we must provide the best care possible for the child and empower and support their parents and caregivers through the process. The patient and family are important members of the care team, and their voices and opinions matter. We treat every child like they’re our own.

In my research, we’re seeking to improve the education of patients and families in the CICU to reduce stress, optimize understanding and improve care.

During my free time, I enjoy exercising and spending time with my family.

Publications

Measurement of Cardiac Output Using an Ultrasonic Cardiac Output Monitor (USCOM) in Patients with Single-Ventricle Physiology. Koh, W; Schneider, KA; Zang, H; Batlivala, SP; Monteleone, MP; Benscoter, AL; Chlebowski, MM; Iliopoulos, ID; Cooper, DS. Pediatric Cardiology. 2022; 43:1205-1213.

Clinical controversies in anticoagulation monitoring and antithrombin supplementation for ECMO. Chlebowski, MM; Baltagi, S; Carlson, M; Levy, JH; Spinella, PC. Critical Care. 2020; 24.

Early childhood onset of high-grade atrioventricular block in Hunter syndrome. Chlebowski, MM; Heese, BA; Malloy-Walton, LE. Cardiology in the Young. 2018; 28:786-787.

The Effect on Somatic Growth of Surgical and Catheter Treatment of Secundum Atrial Septal Defects. Chlebowski, MM; Dai, H; Kaine, SF. Pediatric Cardiology. 2017; 38:1410-1414.

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