Dr. David Danford is a pediatric cardiologist practicing in Omaha, NE. Dr. Danford 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.
Education and Training
Stanford University School of Medicine 1978
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Cardiology
- Cost-effectiveness of echocardiography for evaluation of children with murmurs.
- CT angiography of complications in pediatric patients treated with intravascular stents.
- First Food and Drug Administration approval under humanitarian device exemption of a septal occluder for fenestrated fontan and muscular ventricular septal defects.
- First FDA approval under humanitarian device exemption of a septal occluder for fenestrated fontan and muscular ventricular septal defects.
- Effective use of the consultant, laboratory testing, and echocardiography for the pediatric patient with heart murmur.
- Clinical and basic laboratory assessment of children for possible congenital heart disease.
- Persistent third aortic arch (carotid duct) associated with critical coarctation of the aorta.
- A new Amplatzer device to maintain patency of Fontan fenestrations and atrial septal defects.
- Sorting through the haystack--decision analysis and the search for heart disease among children with murmur.
- Coarctation of a right-sided aortic arch and an unusual vascular ring.
- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome: progression of left ventricular dilation and dysfunction to left ventricular hypoplasia in utero.
- Is combined atrial volumetrics by two-dimensional echocardiography a suitable
- Main pulmonary artery dilation in association with congenital bicuspid aortic valve in the absence of pulmonary valve abnormality.
- Factors influencing choice of procedure in transposition of the great arteries: a decision analysis approach.
- Cardiovascular magnetic resonance myocardial feature tracking detects quantitative wall motion during dobutamine stress.
- Heart Disease
- Pulmonary Hypertension
- Birth Defects
- Congenital Heart Disease
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