Alana's family find heart care needed for complex condition.
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Rowen's big life began with fetal heart surgery. Rowen went on to have two more surgeries, one at 5 months, and his final surgery at 3 years old.
Wyatt's family moved across the country to receive lifesaving heart care.
Macy received expert care from Cincinnati Children's without having to travel far from her home thanks to our heart clinic in Kentucky.
Ashleigh was born with a serious heart condition, a bicuspid aortic valve, requiring a lifetime of care. Cincinnati Children's is able to provide that care for a lifetime.
When my adult son's heart stopped, he received lifesaving congenital care.
"Heart to Heart" - a three-part blog series - details Ryan's journey with a Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) and one life-changing connection made along the way.
Born with tetrology of Fallot (TOF), Henry's first few months of life were a mixture of fear and uncertainty for his family. After surgery, however, Henry's bright future became clear to everyone.
The Heart Institute has been creating patient-specific 3-dimensional (3D) complex congenital heart disease models from computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance images (MRI). Read about how doctors created a 3D model of Damon’s heart to truly visualize the complexities of his cardiac anatomy.
Terri Calla and her son, Tony, are both seen by the same team of doctors in the Heart Institute. Together, they're fighting cardiomyopathy as a family.
Music therapy offered Elizabeth Sampson the outlet for her to continue doing what she loves, even while recovering from a heart transplant.
One Day at a Time: Liam's Recovery from Heart Failure, Stroke, Castleman's.
Find more patient stories and information on heart conditions on the Cincinnati Children's blog.
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