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congenital cardiopaty

Christian Pristipino, Gian Paolo Anzola, Luigi Ballerini, Antonio Bartorelli, Moreno Cecconi, Massimo Chessa, Andrea Donti, Achille Gaspardone, Giuseppe Neri, Eustaquio Onorato, Gualtiero Palareti, Serena Rakar, Gianluca Rigatelli, Gennaro Santoro, Danilo Toni, Gian Paolo Ussia, Roberto Violini, Giulio Guagliumi, Francesco Bedogni, Alberto Cremonesi
There is no generally accepted consensus on the management of patent foramen ovale (PFO) in the presence of cryptogenic cerebral ischemia, because of the lack of conclusive evidence. The aim of this position paper was to develop and promote a joint approach based on available data that may be shared by different specialists, while waiting for definite results from randomized controlled trials. A position statement was produced involving the major national scientific societies. The task force members were nominated by the presidents and/or executive boards of each society or working group, as appropriate, based on their previous work in relevant topic areas...
October 2013: Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia
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July 2011: Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia
B F Araújo, M C Bozzetti, A C Tanaka
OBJECTIVES: To establish the profile of neonates in Caxias do Sul city, and to study early neonatal mortality, its causes and related variables.METHODS: This cohort study enrolled 5,545 newborns, which were followed up to 7 days after birth. The probability of early neonatal mortality was calculated and multiple logistic regression was performed to relate all studied variables to the outcome of early neonatal death.RESULTS: The observed probability of early neonatal mortality was 7.44 per thousand live births...
May 2000: Jornal de Pediatria
J R Llop, M G Gómez, M T Calls, J G Comas, J G Torre, J S Lamuela
Four cases of aorto-pulmonary window are presented, diagnosed in the Section of Pediatric Cardiology during the last six years. The results obtained from clinic; ECG; X-ray; hemodinamic and angiographic studies are described. All of them were clinically diagnosed as left to right shunt through a persistent ductus arteriosus in two cases and of VSD the other two. The final diagnosis was made through cardiac cateterization in one case and at surgery in three. Two of the cases showed additional alterations, in one case it was a PDA, and the other a valvular aortic stenosis...
July 1975: Archivos del Instituto de Cardiología de México
Z Pavlov, A Talakov, E Daskalov, W Slawinska, A Prodanov, L Georgiev, T Dragoitschev, D Dimitrov, Z Zotschev, P Küpribaschiev, A Rainov, E Schubert, K Wilfert
Analysing the Ecg and VCG of 818 subjects, healthy or with different congenital and acquired cardiopaties, the frequency of right bundle branch block (RBBB) is established to decrease with the increase in age of children, and is observed to be 8.9% in healthy adults. The right bundle block is observed in 82.5% of the patients with atrial septal defect and quite often in patients with right ventricle tension loading, gradually decreasing with the level of the left ventricle loading, as well as with the development of extreme right ventricle hypertrophy...
June 1976: Zeitschrift Für Kardiologie
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