The choice of approaches to the treatment of patients with open arterial canal

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The aim of the study is to assess immediate results of surgical and transcatheter treatment of patients with patent ductus arteriosus and to detect risk factors of development residual shunt after PDA occlusion. 253 consecutive patients were included. Surgery group contained 108 patients and transcatheter group contained 145 patients. There were no death cases in both groups. Residual shunts developed in 19 patients (15.83%) in surgery group and in 2 patients (1.37%) in transcatheter group (р<0,0001). Patients with residual shunts in comparison with those with no residual shunts have significantly larger diameter of pulmonary end of the PDA (р<0,0001). Transcatheter occlusion of patent ductus arteriosus can be safely and effectively achieved in patients with ductus diameters up to 3.7 mm.

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Выбор подходов к лечению больных с открытым артериальным протоком

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M S Khokhlunov


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