Michigan Medicine teams complete first procedures using new self-expanding heart valves for chronic pulmonary regurgitation, reducing risks of open heart surgery.
Regular evaluations to identify developmental issues early are critical for children born with complex heart disease who may have worse motor, communication and adaptive skills as they get older.
Study shows simple communication tool helps triple the number of babies with congenital heart conditions who experience family bonding before medical interventions.
The rate of babies exposed to opioids in utero is increasing dramatically in rural America, a U-M study finds.
The development of an artificial placenta — used successfully in premature lambs — could revolutionize the treatment of extreme prematurity.