The Natural and Unnatural History of Congenital Heart Disease | Zookal Textbooks | Zookal Textbooks
  • Author(s) Julien I. E. Hoffman
  • Edition1
  • Published27th August 2009
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405179270

  • Evaluates the natural history of congenital heart lesions as a
    background to finding out if and how much treatment has improved
    outcomes

  • Introduces and defines lesions, providing general information
    about its frequency, familial or syndromic associations, and
    associated congenital heart lesions

  • Provides sections on pathological anatomy and physiology
    ? important in determining outcomes

  • Includes results of surgery, both in terms of survival and also
    in terms of event-free survival, that is, survival free of
    reoperation, cardiac failure, arrhythmias, and other late
    complications that are often seen

  • Helps cardiologists and cardiac surgeons understand what is
    likely to happen to patients with or without treatment, and which
    forms of treatment currently in use provide the best outcomes to
    date

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  • Author(s) Julien I. E. Hoffman
  • Edition1
  • Published27th August 2009
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405179270

  • Evaluates the natural history of congenital heart lesions as a
    background to finding out if and how much treatment has improved
    outcomes

  • Introduces and defines lesions, providing general information
    about its frequency, familial or syndromic associations, and
    associated congenital heart lesions

  • Provides sections on pathological anatomy and physiology
    ? important in determining outcomes

  • Includes results of surgery, both in terms of survival and also
    in terms of event-free survival, that is, survival free of
    reoperation, cardiac failure, arrhythmias, and other late
    complications that are often seen

  • Helps cardiologists and cardiac surgeons understand what is
    likely to happen to patients with or without treatment, and which
    forms of treatment currently in use provide the best outcomes to
    date

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