Dr. Edward Clark is a pediatric cardiologist practicing in Salt Lake City, UT. Dr. Clark specializes in caring for fetuses, infants, children and adolescents with cardiovascular or cardiac abnormalities. Practiced in both inpatient and outpatient settings, the scope of conditions cared for by pediatric cardiologists is large and includes congenital heart defects, heart muscle disorders, rhythm disturbances and hypertension.
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Cardiology
- Robust estimation of fetal heart rate variability using Doppler ultrasound.
- Quantification of stretch-induced cytoskeletal remodeling in vascular endothelial cells by image processing.
- Ventricular diastolic filling characteristics in stage-24 chick embryos after extra-embryonic venous obstruction.
- Evolution, genetics, and the etiology of congenital cardiovascular malformations.
- How the pediatric autopsy yields valuable information in a vertically integrated health care system.
- A mathematical basis for the application of the modified geometric method to maximum frequency estimation.
- The mechanistic classification of CCVM.
- Translating advances in understanding of cardiovascular development into clinical care.
- The National Children's Study: a 21-year prospective study of 100,000 American children.
- Application of the magnitude-squared coherence function between uterine and umbilical flow velocity waveforms for predicting placental dysfunction: a preliminary study.
- Dependence of aortic arch morphogenesis on intracardiac blood flow in the left atrial ligated chick embryo.
- Who will care for me next? Transitioning to adulthood with hydrocephalus.
- Linking supermarket sales data to nutritional information: an informatics feasibility study.
- Costs and infant outcomes after implementation of a care process model for febrile infants.
- Fetal aortic distensibility, compliance and pulse pressure assessment during the second half of pregnancy.
- Heart Problems
- Univ Of Ne Coll Of Med, Pediatrics; Johns Hopkins Hosp, Pediatric Cardiology; Johns Hopkins Hosp, Pediatrics; Dartmouth-Hitchcock M C, Internal Medicine
- Johns Hopkins Hospital 1971
- Johns Hopkins University Affiliated Hospitals 1973
- University of Nebraska Medical Center 1976
- Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine - Baltimore, MD in Pediatric Cardiology 1974
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