Congenital Heart Disease Screening Program

Congenital Heart Disease is the most common birth defect among infants. Surprised? Early detection can save lives. Children's National has pioneered testing of infants in community hospitals within the first day of life to detect signs of critical congenital heart disease. Learn more about the strides Children's National Medical Center has made in early detection by watching this video on the Congenital Heart Disease Screening program.

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