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Figure 8: Through a jugular venous access, a larger muscular VSD occluder device was positioned across the defect. The VSD device was held by a snare at the left ventricular (LV) end from the femoral arterial catheter [Video 8]. This helped stabilization of the device from both ends and permitted successful deployment

Figure 8: Through a jugular venous access, a larger muscular VSD occluder device was positioned across the defect. The VSD device was held by a snare at the left ventricular (LV) end from the femoral arterial catheter [Video 8]. This helped stabilization of the device from both ends and permitted successful deployment