The PHN offers access to the deidentified datasets for several completed studies. You can access the study dataset information and data use policies for each available study below. For questions about the PHN Public Use Datasets, please contact the PHN Data Coordinating Center.
The Collaborative Learning study compared how well babies did after surgery at heart centers where babies were removed from the ventilator early versus at sites where babies were not taken off the ventilators early.
The objectives of this study were to establish a Z-score database for common echo measurements based on a uniformly defined and racially diverse population of normal children from multiple centers over a wide geographic area and to collect electrocardiograms (ECG) from the same population for future establishment of ECG reference values.
This study was done to survey the health status of patients after Fontan surgery and to better understand how tests performed routinely to evaluate heart function relate to overall health status in patients after Fontan surgery.
This study was done to see if giving a medication called Enalapril (an ACE inhibitor) would improve a baby's growth and heart function in the first year of life.
This study evaluated pulse steroid therapy in kawasaki disease (KD). The purpose of this trial was to see if adding steroids (methylprednisone) to the standard treatment would improve coronary artery outcomes.
This study was done to compare two drugs (Atenolol and Losartan) to see if one is better than the other at slowing the speed of aortic enlargement. The study also compared the kinds of side effects that can occur when taking either of these medicines.
The Single Ventricle Reconstruction (SVR) Trial was done to evaluate two commonly placed shunts to see which one would improve how patients do following the Norwood procedure.
In this first follow-up to the SVR Trial, we wanted to learn if these same children (2-6 years of age) do better with one of the two shunts (RV-to-PA or MBTS) in the years after surgery. We also explored how other medical and surgical factors affect children's health and how they develop.
This study was done to help us understand why there might be errors in measurements and the true change in heart function values over time.