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Delgadillo-Pérez S, Torres-Martel JM, Barrera LJC
Evaluation of the results of percutaneous closure by means of the Amplatzer device in pediatric patients with intra-auricular communication (IAC)
Gac Med Mex 2015; 151 (4)

Language: Español
References: 25
Page: 465-471
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ABSTRACT

Objective: To describe the results of percutaneous closure by means of the Amplatzer Septal Occluder (ASO) device in pediatric patients with intra-auricular communication (IAC). Materials and Methods: Descriptive transversal study in patients submitted to percutaneous closure of IAC from March 2005 to March 2013. Patients aged ‹ 16 years, weight › 6 kg, IAC type ostium segundum, and patent foramen ovale, with border separations borders › 5 mm, and absence of coexisting pathology were included in the study. We excluded from the study children with severe pulmonary blood pressure/arterial hypertension. Descriptive statistics with the SPSS v. 20.0 statistical software package. Results: We included in the study 28 patients, feminine gender (n = 19, 68%), median age = 8 years (range, 4-14), weight 30.7 kg (range, 15-69). New York Heart Association (NYHA) functional class I (n = 21, 75%), II (n = 7, 25%). Median IAC size, 15.50 mm (range, 5-25), and a median ASO size of 17.54 mm (range, 8-28). After ASO placement, 100% presented NYHA I at one month, cardiac murmur (n = 2, 7.1%), cessation of cardiac murmur at month 6 (n = 28, 100%), without evidence of arrhythmias at one month 100%, residual short circuit at 24 hours (n = 4, 14%), complete occlusion at month 6 (n = 28, 100%), normalization size of VD, and cessation of tricuspid insufficiency 100% at one year. Complications included minimal bleeding during the procedure (n = 2, 7%), transitory cephalea (n = 5, 18%), and dysautonomia (n = 1, 4%). Conclusion: Percutaneous closure of IAC of children fitted with the ASO device is safe and exhibits good results.


Key words: Amplatzer, Inter-auricular communication, Complications.


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