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Ann Pediatr Card

May-August  2018
 Vol 11 | Issue 2

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Original Article
Population-based treated prevalence, risk factors, and outcomes of bicuspid aortic valve in a pediatric Medicaid cohort
Background: We investigated the treated prevalence of bicuspid aortic valve in a pediatric population with congenital heart disease and its incident complications. Materials and Methods:<...
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Original Article
Long-term outcome of coronary artery dilatation in Kawasaki disease
Background: Kawasaki disease (KD) is an acute systemic vasculitis syndrome with a high incidence of coronary aneurysms in untreated children. The majority of aneurysms resulting from KD are k...
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Predictive efficacy of procalcitonin, platelets, and white blood cells for sepsis in pediatric patients undergoing cardiac surgeries who are admitted to intensive care units: Single-center experience
Background: Sepsis is one of the major contributor of morbidity and mortality in pediatric cardiac surgeries. Aim: The aim of this study was to compare the predictive efficacy of tota...
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Simulation training improves team dynamics and performance in a low-resource cardiac intensive care unit
Introduction: Although simulation training has been utilized quite extensively in highincome medical environments, its feasibility and effect on team performance in lowresource pediatric Card...
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Original Article
Percutaneous balloon dilatation for congenital aortic stenosis during infancy: A 15-year single-center experience
Background: Congenital aortic stenosis (AS) is a rare disease. Treatment options for newborns are challenging. Newborns may have higher reintervention rate and mortality. Objectives: ...
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