On Valentine’s Day, 9-year-old Sophia Dahlberg walked into Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas to get the arrhythmia in her heart fixed. A new technology, the Abbott EnSite Precision cardiac mapping system, allowed doctors to map the electrical workings of her heart in ways they had not been able to do before. Dell Children’s is the third pediatric center in the country to use what MEDNAX-affiliated pediatric cardiologist Dr. Daniel Shmorhun calls a “precious software upgrade.” “This type of upgrade improves our ability to get to where we need to get to,” Shmorhun added.

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