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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 ...

Departments

Help to Better Manage Complex Device Technology

As technology advances, implanted devices for heart arrhythmias are becoming increasingly complex. That’s why St. Louis Children’s Hospital has launched ...

News

Heart Donation Gives Young Man New Life

For the first time in years, Landon Gardner doesn't struggle to breathe when he saddles his horse, Duke. ...

Patient Stories

Hope for the Future

As a mom and a nurse in the St. Louis Children’s Hospital newborn intensive care unit, Lisa Taylor can sense ...

News

Youngest Heart Recipient at St. Louis Children's Hospital Celebrates 30 Years With Donor Heart

Brett Myers celebrates a huge milestone at the same time St. Louis Children's Hospital also marks an important achievement. ...

Expert Advice

Medical Animations: Patent Ductus Arteriosus

The ductus arteriosus is a normal structure in the fetal circulatory system that allows blood to bypass the fetal lungs, ...

Expert Advice

Medical Animations: Patent Foramen Ovale Closure Surgery

A patent foramen ovale (PFO) is a type of atrial septal defect. It is a small hole that remains open ...

Expert Advice

Medical Animations: Ventricular Septal Defect

A ventricular septal defect (VSD) is a congenital heart defect where there is an opening in the septum between the ...

Patient Stories

Medical Animations: Patent Foramen Ovale

The foramen ovale is a natural opening that exists between the right and left atria in the fetal circulatory system. ...

Expert Advice

Medical Animations: Atrial Septal Defect and Ventricular Septal Defect

Two of the more common congenital disorders are ventricular septal defects and atrial septal defects, or VSD and ASD, respectively. ...