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    The long‐term functional outcome in Mustard patients study: Another decade of follow‐up

    Nayan T. Srivastava1,2, Roger Hurwitz3, W. Aaron Kay4, George J. Eckert5, Alisha Kuhlenhoelter6, Nicole DeGrave2, Eric S. Ebenroth2,6

    Congenital Heart Disease, Vol.14, No.2, pp. 176-184, 2019, DOI:10.1111/chd.12698

    Abstract Objective: For over 20 years, we have followed a cohort of patients who underwent the Mustard procedure for d‐transposition of the great arteries. The current study follows the same cohort from our last study in 2007 to reassess their functional ca‐ pacity and quality of life.
    Participants: Of the original 45 patients, six patients have required cardiac transplant and 10 patients have died, including two of the transplanted patients. Twenty‐five of the remaining patients agreed to participate in this current study.
    Design: Patients underwent comparable testing to the previous studies when possi‐ ble including exercise stress testing, echocardiography,… More >

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