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Heart care for children

Cardiology

Our cardiologists evaluate and treat the entire spectrum of cardiology services in children.
Evaluation of heart murmurs, chest pain, palpitations and syncope.
Pre-participation sports physicals
Fetal cardiology and neonatal care
Diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization
Electrophysiology diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac catheterization
Pre-operative and post-operative care for surgical patients
Ongoing management of children and adults with congenital heart disease
Cardiac MRI

Diagnostic testing

We provide complete testing to help identify pediatric heart conditions in children of all ages. We offer:
Advanced MRI to study the structure and function of the heart without radiation
Fetal echocardiography to give parents and doctors tie to plan for the birth of a child with heart disease

 
Catheter lab procedures

The catheter is the use of a small tube to treat heart problems. With one of only two catheter labs in Oregon dedicated to children, we perform more than 200 procedures a year with consistently excellent outcomes. These procedures include:
Foramen ovale closure
Atrial septal defect
Ventricular sepal defect device closure
Endovascular embolization (or coiling)
Percutaneous pulmonary valve replacement
Edwards SAPIEN and Melody transcatheter pulmonary valve procedures

We also offer hybrid procedures –– surgeons and cardiologists working together on babies too sick to endure open-heart surgery or two small for most catheter-based procedures.

 
Heart surgery

As a leading program for children’s heart care, we perform more than 200 surgeries a year, including complex open-heart surgeries:
Three-stage surgery (Norwood, Glenn and Fontan procedures) to treat hypoplastic left heart syndrome
Arterial switch transposition of the great arteries
Ross procedure for aortic valve replacement

Our surgical results meet or exceed national standards.