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Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery

Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment October 9, 2019

A congenital heart defect is something you’re born with. The complexity goes across the spectrum. There are innovative ways of having your baby survive and it is important to search for those centers of excellence dedicated to caring for babies with complex congenital heart. Some of the things we’re doing are cutting edge that are […]

Shelly Pesick-Caine, MD | Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatrician

Shelly Pesick-Caine, MD | Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatrician

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 19, 2019

I always worked with kids as an old camp counselor. So many, many years, I’ve probably spent all my years at camp, four years as a counselor, so I always liked working with kids. And then once you kind of go through the rotations I enjoyed I think pediatrics the most. There’s a number of […]

What You (and Your Child) Should Expect During a Pediatric MRI

What You (and Your Child) Should Expect During a Pediatric MRI

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments September 17, 2019

♪ We want you to know what to expect before you come for your MRI. The team here in the pediatric MRI department is here to help you. The nurses, the MRI techs and the child life specialists are here to make you feel comfortable. MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. An MRI takes a […]