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HLHSHypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
HLHSHighland Livestock Heritage Society (Dingwall, Scotland, UK)
HLHSHardin Library for Health Sciences (University of Iowa)
HLHSHidden Line Hidden Surface
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Since HLHS is rare, no single hospital can treat enough of these patients to advance research with the scope, scale and pace provided by Mayo Clinic's HLHS Consortium, said Tim Nelson, senior author.
OU Medicine's success with the treatment led to membership in the consortium a network of institutions across the United States that specialize in treating HLHS.
But about 21 weeks into the pregnancy, her and youth worker Paul's dream life Down Under turned into a nightmare when they were told their baby would be born with HLHS.
From those modest beginnings the late 1970s HLHS can now boast more than two hundred members, a substantial catalogue of publications and its own Journal.
They assessed the influence of race/ethnicity and mediating socioeconomic (SE) factors on one-year outcomes for live-born infants with HLHS and TGA (964 and 832 infants, respectively).
This procedure currently is being performed to try to prevent progression of the valve abnormality to HLHS, but it has not been determined whether the intervention affects cerebral blood flow.
The study--"Allogeneic hMSC Injection in Patients With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (ELPIS)"--is an open-label clinical trial enrolling 30 infants with HLHS overseen by Longeveron, a Miami-based regenerative medicine company, the University of Maryland, and Johns Hopkins University.
To understand the complexity of the patient with HLHS, it is essential to understand the basic physiology of this congenital heart anomaly.
Under the terms of the grant agreement, the company will partner with the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University to conduct a clinical trial for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS), a rare and often fatal condition in infants caused by an underdeveloped heart.
Growth and correlates of nutritional status among infants with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) after stage 1 Norwood procedure.
Birmingham Children's Hospital and the University of Birmingham have received the money from Heart Research UK to study how youngsters with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) cope with exercise.
The first patient treated in Abu Dhabi using the technology was a young girl aged five months, who had a hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), where the left ventricle of the heart is very underdeveloped and unable to pump blood to the body.