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St. Louis Children’s Hospital Catheterization and Electrophysiology Labs Receive National Accreditation

St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s catheterization (cath) lab received accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC), becoming among the first in ...

Patient Stories

Keeping Up With Nia

A rare heart condition doesn’t stop Nia Hughes from doing what she loves Eight-year-old Nia Hughes is a vibrant and ...

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St. Louis Children's Ranks No. 1 Among Missouri Children's Hospitals

U.S. News & World Report has again ranked St. Louis Children’s Hospital-Washington University School of Medicine among America’s Best Children’s ...

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Leap day babies! St. Louis Children's Hospital Employee Celebrate 7th Birthday

Elyse Dugo is a patient care technician at St. Louis Children's Hospital. One week from Saturday, she turns 7-years-old. ...

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After Receiving Life-Saving Heart Transplant, Man Becomes Heart Nurse

Three years after getting a heart transplant, Nate Miller is back on the heart floor at St. Louis Children's Hospital. ...

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STL Moms: A New Technology for CHD

One out of 100 babies are born with a heart defect in the United States each year. Dr. Avihu Gazit ...

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Dr. Aarti Dalal Talks Teen Heart Health

Dr. Aarti Dalal of St. Louis Children’s Hospital talks teen heart health on Show Me St. Louis. ...

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Reading Program Aims to Help Patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital

St. Louis Children's Hospital is working with a local non-profit to bring a special set of books to young patients ...

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STL Moms: Heart Problems in Children

Much focus is on adults and heart attacks during American Heart Month, but how do you know if your child ...

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How Augmented Reality is Changing the Future of EP Procedures

What do you get when you combine an ever-curious biomedical engineer and a passionate electrophysiologist with Microsoft technology? How about ...