Heart, Lung and Circulation
Abstract| Volume 17, SUPPLEMENT 1, S9, 2008

The mid-term results of paediatric heart transplantation

      Background: Heart transplantation (HTx) is a life-saving therapy for infants, children and adults with end-stage heart failure or complex, inoperable congenital cardiac defects. This team performed its first case of orthotopic HTx in July 1988 and first paediatric case (recipient's age under 18 years) in March 1996. The aim of this study was to review retrospectively 15 paediatric patients who underwent orthotopic HTx. The mid-term survival results in paediatrics and adults were compared.
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