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Children's Colorado has partnered with Mayo Clinic to study the use of stem cell therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). Learn more here.
To detect the earliest manifestations of fetal AV block secondary to maternal anti-Ro antibodies, we've trained at risk pregnant mothers in at-home fetal heart rate and rhythm monitoring. Learn more about the fetal AV block monitoring study here.
Researchers in the Fetal Cardiology Program at the Colorado Fetal Care Center are improving fetal arrhythmia assessment with the InnV/Ao Doppler technique. Learn how.
Researchers at the Colorado Fetal Care Center have found that a modified hysterotomy technique may reduce obstetric morbidity associated with prenatal MMC repair and other open fetal surgeries.
Researchers at the Colorado Fetal Care Center studied right atrial dysfunction to determine its role in fetal circulation.
This study demonstrates a potential new, minimally invasive approach to in-utero spina bifida repair – a bioengineered reverse thermal gel.
This research study discusses EXIT to ventricular pacing as an option for the most fragile patients – fetuses with CAVB that are at-risk to die in utero or are too premature for immediate delivery.
Study finds in open fetal myelomeningocele (spina bifida) repair, ductus arteriosus constriction worsens during inhaled anesthesia. Learn about the research that is being conducted to mitigate this problem.
Through research, physicians have found a surveillance strategy that can be used to detect emergent complete AV block in Sjogren's Antibody positive pregnancies.
Current research has identified what causes a congenital diaphragmatic hernia. After searching for a solution, surgeons discovered a very small balloon called fetoscopic tracheal balloon occlusion. Learn how this helps in the growth of lungs.
Research done at the Colorado Fetal Care Center has shown how 3D printing has helped in the treatment of myelomeningocele (spina bifida). Find out more about the procedure.