The Pulse – April 2019 Archive

The Pulse is a summary of relevant news and articles for Congenital Heart Professionals and highlights:

The Parent Checklist

Featured Content

What’s Been Happening?

Congenital Cardiology Today Latest Issue

ACHA Webinar

CHIP Network Partner Organizations

Congenital Cardiology Today - Latest Issue ACHD Echo Protocols

April 2019; Volume 17; Issue 4 North American Edition

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Treatment Options for Severe Functional Tricuspid Regurgitation: Indications,
Techniques and Current Challenges
By Christian Besler, MD; Joerg
Seeburger, MD; Holger Thiele, MD;
Philipp Lurz, MD, PhD – p. 1


Transition of Care for Congenital Heart Patients: Challenges, Opportunities, and
Pathways for Providers
By Wayne J. Franklin, MD – p. 109

Featured Content

The Parent Checklist

The Parent Checklist

                                                                            2HEARTS announced their latest publication,                                                                                                                                         

The Parent Checklist

Written in partnership with Dr. Max Mitchell, cardiothoracic surgeon at Children’s Hospital Colorado and Dr. Elizabeth Yeung,

congenital & pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado & UCHealth

The Parent Checklist is packed full of valuable information every parent or guardian caring for a child with congenital heart disease should have.

To receive this free checklist, email 2HEARTS at with your name and mailing address and amount needed

What's Been Happening?

ACHA Webinars for Patients and Families

Cardiovascular Health in ACHD Patients: Are You at Risk?

Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. EDT

**Please note the date has changed from the original date of April 24, 2019.**

Presented by George Lui, MD


More information / registration


To view previous webinars and see full schedule click here.

Grant Opportunities

Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation (CCF) Grant Program

CCF has a grant program, as well as a joint grant programs with the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association, promoting research in pediatric cardiomyopathy.

Contact Janine Burke for more information

CHIP Network Partner Organizations

On behalf of the CHiP Network, thank you for reading!

Gary Webb, MD
CHiP Network