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Executive Co-Director, Heart Institute; Chief, Pediatric Cardiology

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

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My Biography & Research

Biography

Dr. Redington comes to Cincinnati Children’s from The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario. His research interests include ventricular function, integrated physiology of congenital heart disease, and ischemic preconditioning. Dr. Redington has written more than 300 peer-reviewed publications, more than 30 book chapters, and has co-edited seven textbooks. He currently holds over 15 US and international patents.

Working with colleagues throughout the Heart Institute, his plans include building on the remarkable developments achieved in the recent past to establish a world-leading multidisciplinary team providing the highest quality clinical care and practice-changing research for children and adults with congenital heart disease.

Academic Affiliation

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Departments

Heart, Pulmonary Hypertension, Adult Congenital Heart Disease, Cardiology, Heart

Cincinnati Children's Blog

Living with Congenital Heart Disease

BlogHeart Conditions

Living with Congenital Heart Disease: Are You Lost to Care?

By Andrew Redington, MD7/22/2016

Health Issue

BlogHeart Conditions

Health Issue: Born with Heart Defect and Lost to Care

By Andrew Redington, MD7/21/2016

My Locations

My Education

Medical School: University of London.

Research Training: Doctorate of Medicine, University of London.

Fellowship: Adult cardiology, pediatric cardiology, The Royal Brompton Hospital, London, England.

My Publications

Acoustic droplet vaporization-mediated dissolved oxygen scavenging in blood-mimicking fluids, plasma, and blood. Mercado-Shekhar, KP; Su, H; Kalaikadal, DS; Lorenz, JN; Manglik, RM; Holland, CK; Redington, AN; Haworth, KJ. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. 2019; 56:114-124.

Cardiac innervation in acute myocardial ischaemia/reperfusion injury and cardioprotection. Hausenloy, DJ; Botker, HE; Ferdinandy, P; Heusch, G; Ng, GA; Redington, A; Garcia-Dorado, D; Action, EU-C A R D I. Cardiovascular Research. 2019; 115:1167-1177.

Hidden burden of arrhythmias in patients with small atrial septal defects: A nationwide study. Udholm, S; Nyboe, C; Redington, A; Nielsen-Kudsk, JE; Nielsen, JC; Hjortdal, VE. Open Heart. 2019; 6:e001056-e001056.

Lifelong burden of small unrepaired atrial septal defect: Results from the Danish National Patient Registry. Udholm, S; Nyboe, C; Karunanithi, Z; Christensen, AI; Redington, A; Nielsen-Kudsk, JE; Hjortdal, VE. International Journal of Cardiology. 2019; 283:101-106.

Acute and chronic remote ischemic conditioning attenuate septic cardiomyopathy, improve cardiac output, protect systemic organs, and improve mortality in a lipopolysaccharide-induced sepsis model. Honda, T; He, Q; Wang, F; Redington, AN. Basic Research in Cardiology. 2019; 114.

Ventricular force-frequency relationships during biventricular or multisite pacing in congenital heart disease. Baskar, S; Redington, AN; Khoury, PR; Knilans, TK; Spar, DS; Czosek, RJ. Congenital Heart Disease. 2019; 14:201-206.

Cardiac Networks United: an integrated paediatric and congenital cardiovascular research and improvement network. Gaies, M; Anderson, J; Kipps, A; Lorts, A; Madsen, N; Marino, B; Costello, JM; Brown, D; Jacobs, JP; Kasnic, D; et al. Cardiology in the Young. 2019; 29:111-8.

Heart rate variability is impaired in adults after closure of ventricular septal defect in childhood: A novel finding associated with right bundle branch block. Heiberg, J; Eckerstrom, F; Rex, CE; Maagaard, M; Molgaard, H; Redington, A; Gatzoulis, M; Hjortdal, VE. International Journal of Cardiology. 2019; 274:88-92.

Surgical closure of a ventricular septal defect in early childhood leads to altered pulmonary function in adulthood: A long-term follow-up. Rex, CE; Eckerstrom, F; Heiberg, J; Maagaard, M; Rubak, S; Redington, A; Hjortdal, VE. International Journal of Cardiology. 2019; 274:100-105.

Heterotaxy. Loomba, RS; Morales, D; Redington, A. In: Ungerleider RM; Nelson K; Cooper DS; Meliones J; Jacobs J, Ed. Critical Heart Disease in Infants and Children. Philadelphia: Elsevier; 2018.