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Ann Pediatr Card

January-March  2020
 Vol 13 | Issue 1

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Editorial
Vascular access in pediatric interventions: Science or skill?
Three papers are being published in this issue of the journal, which focus on vascular access in small neonates for different types of procedures.[1],[2],[3] These procedures include ballo...
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Original Article
Transcatheter closure of atrial septal defect in symptomatic children weighing ≤10 kg: Addressing unanswered issues from a decade of experience
Background and Objectives: Device closure of secundum atrial septal defect is shown to be feasible and effective in children weighing ≤10 kg. Issues such as how large is too large, how ...
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Original Article
Use of percutaneous carotid artery access for performing pediatric cardiac interventions: Single-center study
Background : Carotid artery (CA) access allows a more straight route for many left heart lesions. This has previously been achieved via a surgical cut-down approach in certain pediatric cardi...
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Original Article
Balloon pulmonary valvuloplasty in neonates with critical pulmonary stenosis: Jugular or femoral
Background: Critical pulmonary stenosis (PS) is one of the life-threatening congenital heart diseases which present during the neonatal period with cyanosis. Surgical valvotomy was once the p...
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Original Article
Normal reference ranges for the left ventricular mass and left ventricular mass index in preterm infants
Objective :The objective of this study is to establish normal reference ranges for the left ventricular mass (LVM) and LVM index (LVMI) in preterm infants according to the body surface area (...
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