Cincinnati Children’s Establishes Clinic for Congenital Coronary Artery Disease

Think of coronary artery disease and what comes to mind is an older adult with hardening of the arteries. But that’s not what you’ll find at the Pediatric Coronary Artery Clinic at Cincinnati Children’s.

Here, at one of only five such clinics in the United States, a team of experts treats coronary artery diseases that children are born with, and Kawasaki disease.

To see how the clinic was able to help a teenage volleyball player with the disease, click on WCPO.com.

 

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