Pediatric Advances

NewYork-Presbyterian

Advances in Pediatric Transplantation

We have over 50 years of experience in pediatric organ transplantation.

NewYork-Presbyterian provides a multidisciplinary, integrated team approach to address the spectrum of transplant needs of children and teens with acute and chronic organ failure. Our hospital was the first in the world to perform a successful pediatric heart transplant surgery and we offer specialized programs dedicated to pediatric heart, kidney, liver, intestinal, and multi-visceral transplantation with the highest level of medical and surgical expertise. Our faculty are at the forefront of research to help reduce the need for organ transplantation, implement innovative and minimally invasive techniques for surgery, and improve long-term outcomes.

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Cardiology, Pediatrics, Transplant

Multidisciplinary Care Team Performs First-Ever Infant Domino Partial Heart Transplant

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Transplant

Risk Factors for 30-Day Unplanned Readmission After Hepatectomy

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Transplant

Bone Fractures in Children with Cholestatic Liver Disease May Mimic Those Seen in Child Abuse

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Transplant

Acute Hepatitis Is a Prominent Presentation of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children

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Transplant

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Pediatrics and Pediatric Transplantation Programs

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Transplant

Focused Effort on Clinical Initiatives Grows Pediatric Kidney Transplant Program