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[Banding for pulmonary artery and subsequent repair in large ventricular septal defect (author's transl)].
Thoraxchir Vask Chir 1975; 23(5):441-4TV

Abstract

Banding of the pulmonary artery was performed in 233 children with large, non restrictive ventricular septal defects. The group of isolated large VSDs consisted of 95 patients, of whom 8 died (8,4 per cent). 32 patients were subjected to open-heart operation for closure of the VSD and debanding. In this "two-stage group" the mortality rate was 6,3 per cent. At the second operation the pulmonary artery always should be enlarged with a pericardial patch. Our recordings up to 6 1/2 years after correction show no gradients left in cases surgically treated in this manner. The time-interval between effective banding and debanding procedure may not be limited strictly; the subsequent operation however should be done within two or three years.

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ger

PubMed ID

1081762

Citation

Körfer, R, et al. "[Banding for Pulmonary Artery and Subsequent Repair in Large Ventricular Septal Defect (author's Transl)]." Thoraxchirurgie, Vaskulare Chirurgie, vol. 23, no. 5, 1975, pp. 441-4.
Körfer R, Haerten K, Bircks W, et al. [Banding for pulmonary artery and subsequent repair in large ventricular septal defect (author's transl)]. Thoraxchir Vask Chir. 1975;23(5):441-4.
Körfer, R., Haerten, K., Bircks, W., Both, A., & Schulte, H. D. (1975). [Banding for pulmonary artery and subsequent repair in large ventricular septal defect (author's transl)]. Thoraxchirurgie, Vaskulare Chirurgie, 23(5), pp. 441-4.
Körfer R, et al. [Banding for Pulmonary Artery and Subsequent Repair in Large Ventricular Septal Defect (author's Transl)]. Thoraxchir Vask Chir. 1975;23(5):441-4. PubMed PMID: 1081762.
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