PMID: 9731784Sep 10, 1998

Intermediate survival in neonates with aortic atresia: a multi-institutional study. The Congenital Heart Surgeons Society

The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Marshall L JacobsL L Bailey

Abstract

Controversy persists with regard to the treatment of patients with aortic atresia. Staged reconstructive operations and primary transplantation have been advocated as treatment strategies, but in many instances no treatment is undertaken. A multi-institutional study was undertaken for the purpose of characterizing this challenging patient group, comparing the prevalence and outcomes of the various treatment strategies, and identifying potential predictors of success or failure with each. A total of 323 neonates with aortic atresia were entered into a 21-institution prospective, nonrandomized study between January 1, 1994, and January 1, 1997. Three protocols were used, nonexclusively in many institutions: (1) staged reconstructive surgery with initial palliation by a Norwood procedure and eventual Fontan operation, (2) heart transplantation as initial definitive therapy, and (3) nonsurgical management. Analysis was based on initial protocol assignment: staged reconstructive surgery in 253 patients, heart transplantation in 49 patients, and nonsurgical management in 21 patients. For all patients initially entered into the 2 surgical treatment protocols, survival at 1, 3, 12, 24, and 36 months after entry was 67%, 59%, 52%, 51%, ...Continue Reading

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Congenital Heart Defects
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