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Baby Grace Beats All Odds Despite Rocky Start to Life
08/28/2017 — Grace was transferred to Nicklaus Children’s for what referring doctors believed were complications associated with neonatal sepsis. Soon after, the care team learned Grace had an enlarged failing heart due to hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a complex congenital heart defect that essentially means the baby was born with half a heart. 
April Patient of the Month: Anabella
04/10/2017 — ​Meet our April Patient of the Month, Anabella. During an early check-up, Anabella was diagnosed with a congenital heart condition called atrial septum defect, or a hole in her heart.
Shoulder RTC Simple Stretching and Strengthening
03/31/2017 — It is important to keep your shoulder healthy and strong throughout the entire sports season. Strengthening your shoulder daily will help avoid weakness and fatigue that you may feel as the sports season rolls along.
The Pitfalls of Early Sports Specialization
03/31/2017 — The majority of our youth participate in their primary sport for both school and club leagues bringing average practice times upwards of 14 hours per week year round.

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Patients Medically Evacuated from Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children's Hospital After Hurricane Maria
10/02/2017 — A week after Hurricane Maria devastated the Island of Puerto Rico as a category five storm, three patients awaiting complex heart surgeries were evacuated for medical reasons from University Children's Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico to Nicklaus Children’s for critical care.

El Nicklaus Children's se convierte en la primera institución pediátrica en el sudeste de EEUU y en la segunda en el mundo en usar tecnología tipo GPS durante procedimientos cardiacos
01/16/2017 — La tecnología MediGuide puede ser usada para asistir al médico en la navegación de las herramientas de implante y de los catéteres en la anatomía cardiaca, durante implantes de dispositivos, en casos tales como la Terapia de Resincronización del Ritmo (CRT, por sus siglas en inglés), la cual ayuda a restablecer el ritmo del corazón del paciente retornándolo a la normalidad y protegiendo a los pacientes con dispositivos para la CRT contra la muerte súbita.