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Aortic Arch Interruption

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Latest Research

Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Critically Ill Infants with Interrupted Aortic Arch
  • Journal: Cardiology in the young
  • Treatment Used: Off-pump Ascending Aorta or Aortic Arch to Descending Aorta Bypass with a Pericardial Roll
  • Number of Patients: 9
  • Published —
The study researched the safety and effectiveness of Off-pump ascending aorta or aortic arch to descending aorta bypass with a pericardial roll for critically ill infants with interrupted aortic arch.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Congenital Heart Surgery
  • Journal: World journal for pediatric & congenital heart surgery
  • Treatment Used: Cervical Cannulation During Difficult Resternotomy
  • Number of Patients: 8
  • Published —
This article reported experience with cervical cannulation during risky re-sternotomy in children.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Aortic Coarctation and Interruption
  • Journal: Kyobu geka. The Japanese journal of thoracic surgery
  • Treatment Used: Reconstruction of the Aortic Arch with an Autologous Pericardial Patch
  • Number of Patients: 6
  • Published —
This study reports on the outcomes of aortic reconstruction using an 0.6% glutaraldehyde-fixed autologous pericardium to repair aortic coarctation or interrupted aortic arch.
Latest Advance
Study
  • Condition: Children with truncus arteriosus
  • Journal: The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery
  • Treatment Used: Repair
  • Number of Patients: 216
  • Published —
The study researched the safety and effectiveness of repair in children with truncus arteriosus.

Clinical Trials

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