Monthly Archives: July 2012

In the Library of Congress

In the Grand Reading Room of the Library of Congress

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Card Cataloge

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Nick’s New Heart is in the Library of Congress

Since my children have been small I’ve told them that one day one of my books will be in the Library of Congress. I’ve waited three years for Nick’s New Heart to be included within  the prestigues stacks. This week I … Continue reading

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Pulse Ox Use with Wolf Blitzer

This story aired on the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer http://situationroom.blogs.cnn.com/2012/07/13/a-test-that-could-save-your-babys-life/?hpt=sr_bn1

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The Congenital Heart Public Health Consortium (CHPHC)

 CHPHC is a group of organizations uniting resources and efforts in public health activities with the mission to prevent the occurrence of congenital heart defects (CHD). The CHPHC also aims to enhance and prolong the lives of those with CHD … Continue reading

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Children’s Heart Foundation Documentary featuring Dr Catherine Webb

“The Heart of the Matter” documentary examines the causes, treatments and legislative action that can be taken to improve care for children and adults living with congenital heart disease (CHD). Families whose children have been diagnosed with CHD and other … Continue reading

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Children’s National Medical Center and Baby’s First Test Release Two Videos on Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD)

Children’s National Medical Center and Baby’s First Test have released two videos on screening for CCHDs using pulse oximetry in newborns. The videos—produced for parents and clinicians, respectively—were designed to provide information about the test and related processes as CCHD … Continue reading

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He’s pretty

Nick had his “I’m pretty ” visit to Dr. Roiser who did his jaw work. Nick was pronounced pretty.

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