NHLBI Spokesperson: Gail Pearson, Study Investigator: Daphne T. Division Chief, Pediatric Cardiology, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore.. ACE inhibitor therapy does not help growth rate or ventricular function in infants with individual chambers. In a featured research session on Sunday, sponsored the investigators in the NHLBI Pediatric Heart Network of the results of the largest randomized study report conducted have a treatment for children with single ventricle physiology, a complex form of congenital heart defects, either where to evaluate the left or right ventricles of the heart does not develop properly in utero. The primary treatment is surgical: affected infants require one or more major surgery during the first year of life, and experience a high rate of complications and death despite sophisticated treatment strategies.
University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.. Study shows mixed results comparing surgical methods for ventricle lesions. Babies born with one working ventricle instead of the usual two ventricles require a series of operations to optimize cardiac function, and are at high risk of medical problems and death. At a functional research session Pediatric Heart Network Investigators are the results of a unique study with 555 infants, compared the two approaches currently in use for the first operation, such as the Norwood procedure known in neonates. The study is the first to directly compare the two approaches and is the first North American multicenter , thergical trial in children with congenital heart defects.Preventable and than 500,000 women die each year from avoidable pregnancy-related causes, WHO.
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