Department / Division
Pediatrics / Pediatrics-Cardiology
Durham, NC 27710
Pediatric cardiology; echocardiography including fetal, transthoracic, and transesophageal imaging; pediatric cardiac intensive care; fetal diagnosis and counseling; clinical research studies; telemedicine imaging; inpatient pediatric cardiac care; quality improvement; adult congenital heart disease
Echocardiographic assesment of diastolic function.
Echocardiographic assesment of cardiomyopathies.
Use of echocardiography in the intensive care unit.
Single ventricle palliation approaches and long-term medical therapies.
Pericardial effusions after bone marrow transplantation.
Cardiopulmonary disease in infants with sickle cell disease
Clopidigrel therapy for reduction of neonatal shunt thrombosis.
Evaluation of cardiac output in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
This faculty member has no reported relationships with industry.
Barker, PC; Houle, H; Li, JS; Miller, S; Herlong, JR; Camitta, MG. Global longitudinal cardiac strain and strain rate for assessment of fetal cardiac function: novel experience with velocity vector imaging. Echocardiography: a journal of cardiovascular ultrasound and allied techniques. 2009;26:28-36. (2009) Abstract
Drinker, LR; Camitta, MG; Herlong, JR; Miller, S; Lodge, AJ; Jaggers, J; Barker, PC. Use of the monoplane intracardiac imaging probe in high-risk infants during congenital heart surgery. Echocardiography: a journal of cardiovascular ultrasound and allied techniques. 2008;25:999-1003. (2008) Abstract
Milazzo, AS; Golioto, A; Camitta, MG; O'Laughlin, MP. An infant with subvalvar and valvar aortic stenosis, subvalvar and valvar pulmonary stenosis, severe biventricular hypertrophy and pulmonary hemorrhage. Pediatric Cardiology. 2003;24:169-171. (2003) Abstract
Camitta, MG; Gabel, SA; Chulada, P; Bradbury, JA; Langenbach, R; Zeldin, DC; Murphy, E. Cyclooxygenase-1 and -2 knockout mice demonstrate increased cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury but are protected by acute preconditioning. Circulation. 2001;104:2453-2458. (2001) Abstract