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Dr. Andrew Maxwell, MD is a pediatric cardiology specialist in Pleasanton, CA. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine in 1989 and specializes in pediatric cardiology, cardiology, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Maxwell "Dr. Maxwell is a Board Certified Pediatric Cardiologist and Pediatrician. He received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1989 and subsequently completed a Residency in Pediatrics at The University of California at San Francisco. He followed with training for certification in Pediatric Cardiology at Lucile Salter Packard and Stanford Hospitals in 1996. He pursued additional training in thoracic organ transplantation at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in 2000. Finally, he returned to Stanford University for additional training in intensive care cardiology, non-invasive and interventional cardiology in 2002. His research interests include study of endothelial control of vasomotor tone, nitric oxide and pulmonary hypertension. For this work he received an American Heart Association Bugher Award for Research in Molecular Biology and was an American College of Cardiology Young Investigator Award finalist. He has published over 20 articles and book chapters on these subjects"
This content was provided by Dr. Maxwell "A patient and family's relationship with us often begins before birth, by way of discovery of a concern for a fetal heart problem during an OB visit, or during a fetal ultrasound when we are asked to perform a fetal echocardiogram. Often the relationship begins when we are called urgently to the attend to a newborn in the nursery. Our practice covers 7 newborn nurseries in the East Bay and we are on-call 24/7/365 to respond to any emergency suspected of being a cardiac issue. Still other relationships begin when a healthy child or young person feels the onset of symptoms or when their doctor detects something not quite right. "