Robert D. Ross, MD. Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State University School of Medicine. Professor of Pediatrics. Senior Pediatric Cardiologist. Director of Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program and expert in the fields of heart failure (Author of Ross Classification of heart failure) and Pulmonary Hypertension. Author of numerous original observations and book chapters in pediatric cardiology.
Identifies the cardiac origin of life-threatening emergencies in children
Provides the pathophysiologic basis of cardiac dysfunction in acquired and congenital heart disease in children
Describes the physiologic rationale for stabilization and management of cardiac emergencies in children
Reviews the interpretation of chest radiographs and laboratory tests in children with heart disease