Interventions hybrides et malformations cardiaques congénitales [Hybrid procedures in congenital heart disease]

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serval:BIB_EEFDE609B0DC
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Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Publications
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Title
Interventions hybrides et malformations cardiaques congénitales [Hybrid procedures in congenital heart disease]
Journal
Revue Médicale Suisse
Author(s)
Di Bernardo S., Sekarski N., Mivelaz Y., Fall A. L., von Segesser L. K., Hurni M.
ISSN
1660-9379
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2008
Volume
4
Number
150
Pages
788-792
Language
french
Abstract
La complexité croissante de la prise en charge des malformations cardiaques congénitales impose des interventions chirurgicales et des cathétérismes cardiaques interventionnels fréquents. Chacune de ces techniques a ces limitations propres. Les interventions hybrides associent les avantages de la chirurgie cardiaque et du cathétérisme interventionnel. Dans notre expérience, les thérapies hybrides permettent de diminuer le temps de circulation extracorporelle, de diminuer la morbidité des interventions chirurgicales, de raccourcir le séjour du patient aux soins intensifs. Pour certaines malformations cardiaques congénitales complexes pour lesquelles il n'existe pas de chirurgie ou de thérapie interventionnelle idéale, les interventions hybrides sont en train de s'imposer comme la prise en charge incontournable.
Increasing complexity in management of congenital heart disease imposes more frequent surgeries and interventions. Each technique has its own limitations, which could impair the anticipated result. Hybrid procedures join the advantages of cardiac surgery and interventions, creating a synergy in the management of these patients with cardiac anomalies. In our experience, hybrid procedures shorten cardiopulmonary bypass, reduce morbidity of surgery and reduce duration of stay in the intensive care unit. For some complex congenital heart diseases for which there are no ideal surgical or interventional options, hybrid procedures are becoming increasingly important in their management. Finally hybrid procedures allow surgeons and cardiologist to achieve complex procedures that could not be possible in another way
Keywords
Child , Child,Preschool , Combined Modality Therapy , congenital , Female , Heart , Heart Defects,Congenital , Heart Diseases , Humans , Infant,Newborn , Male , Patient Care Team , Patients , surgery , therapy
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