Coltin - 2014 All Children's Hospital Telethon





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Published on Jun 2, 2014

When his breathing problems began at just three months, Coltin's parents thought he had asthma. But after treatments didn't work, he was taken to his local ER where an enlarged heart was discovered. Because tiny hearts need specialized care, Coltin was medevaced to All Children's Hospital where he arrived in full congestive heart failure, his organs beginning to shut down.

Fortunately, as one of the leading pediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery programs in the nation, Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute specializes in rare heart defects. Within weeks of his surgery, Coltin was well on his way to recovery.

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