2011 SCA-IARS Starter Grant
Attending Cardiac Intensivist, Heart Institute
Assistant Professor, UC Department of Anesthesia
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Dr. Pratap’s Research
Randomized trial of near-infrared spectroscopy to guide intraoperative and intensive care management during children’s heart surgery.
Anesthetic management of children with in situ Berlin Heart EXCOR.
Pratap JN, Wilmshurst S.
Modern mechanical devices can support children with severely impaired cardiac function until a donor heart is found for transplantation or native function recovers. Pediatric heart transplantation offers a good chance of survival with a high quality of life to individuals with limited life expectancy…
A 6-mo-old male presented for reoperative surgery after a prior incomplete arterial trunk repair. Full repair had not been possible in the neonatal period owing to intrauterine growth restriction (2.15 kg at 38 wk gestation), low cardiac output state, ventilator dependence, and unfavorable anatomy, including interrupted aortic arch and…
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