The Adult Congenital Heart Program at Cohen Children’s Heart Center is one of fewer than 100 programs in the United States dedicated to caring for adults with congenital heart diseases, in consultation with their pediatric cardiologist.
At Cohen Children’s, we implement individualized anti-epilepsy medication plans with the goal of eliminating or drastically reducing seizures caused by epilepsy in childhood. There are many factors that effect a child’s reaction to anti-epilepsy medications. Our physicians will work with you and your child to find the proper medication and dose to improve your child’s quality of life and overall function.
Once the cause of your headaches has been determined, medication may be given to relieve the pain. The type of medication prescribed depends on the diagnosis.
Arrhythmia ablation and cryoablation are procedures used to treat heart rhythm diseases with high frequency radio waves or by freezing the heart muscle.
Balloon dilation, also known as balloon valvuloplasty, is an interventional cardiac catheterization procedure commonly used to open blocked heart valves.
Depending on the result of a biophysical profile (BPP), our expert team will individualize care options to match your condition and help you throughout every stage of your pregnancy...
The Bone Marrow Failure Program at Cohen Children’s was established to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for children with acquired and inherited bone marrow failure syndromes.
The Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center offers advanced, noninvasive heart imaging techniques.
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As a state-of-the-art facility, we offer superior diagnostic, medical and surgical care for infants and children with cleft lip. Our expert multidisciplinary team features pediatric plastic surgeons, oral surgeons, dentists, orthodontists, prosthetic specialists, ear/nose/throat specialists, geneticists, social workers, speech and hearing professionals and dedicated cleft coordinator nurses.