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Down Syndrome Center at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Welcome to the 2013 Down Syndrome Podcast Series provided by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

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of UPMC and  hosted by Kishore Vellody, MD, medical director of Children’s Down Syndrome Center. The podcasts will focus on a wide range of issues related to down syndrome for parents, caregivers, educators, and medical professionals. Podcasts are updated regularly and will feature discussions with medical experts in cardiology, otolaryngology, sleep disorders, infectious diseases, and more.

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If you have a topic that you would like us to discuss, please send an email to downsyndromecenter@gmail.com.

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NDSC Convention 2014 - Medical Issues in Down Syndrome

Dr. Vellody spoke to families on medical issues in Down syndrome at the National Down Syndrome Congress convention held in Indianapolis in July 2014. This is a video podcast of the lecture with a display of the slides used during the presentation. There is also a question and answer session at the end of the lecture.
Released: 10/04/14


Podcast Archive

Behavioral Issues (Using Time-Out)

Adult Related Issues

Toilet Training Part 2

Toilet Training Part 1

Sleep Studies

Heart Surgery

Heart Conditions

Down Syndrome Radio Interview with Dr. Vellody

Endocrine Issues, Part 2

Endocrine Issues, Part 1

Medical Issues in Down Syndrome

Sleep Apnea with Dr. Todd Otteson

Sinusitis with Dr. Todd Otteson

Acute Otitis Media with Dr. Todd Otteson

Special Needs Trusts with Attorney Nicole Bazzy

Celiac Disease with Dr. Srinath, Part 3

Constipation with Dr. Srinath, Part 2

Gastroesophageal Reflux with Dr. Srinath, Part 1

World Down Syndrome Day


Interview with Dr. Nowalk, Infectious Diseases, Part 2

Interview with Dr. Nowalk, Infectious Diseases, Part 1





Last Update
October 9, 2014
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Last Update
October 9, 2014