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intervention for severe congenital heart disease. Best Pract. Res. Clin. Obstet. Gynaecol., 2008, 22 , 49–61. Gardiner H. M. In utero intervention for severe congenital heart disease

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Authors: Károly Vörös, Viktória Szilvási, Ferenc Manczur, Ákos Máthé, Jenő Reiczigel, Ingo Nolte and Stephan Hungerbühler

Dachshunds . Vet. Rec . 152 , 293 – 3 . Patterson , D. F. ( 1968 ): Epidemiologic and genetic studies of congenital heart disease in the dog . Circ. Res . 23 , 171 – 3

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–219. 25 Sandberg C, Hedström M, Wadell K, et al. Home-based interval training increases endurance capacity in adults with complex congenital heart disease. Congenit Heart Dis. 2018; 13: 254

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Authors: Tejaswi Jadhav, Hashir Kareem, Krishnananda Nayak, Umesh Pai, Tom Devasia and Ramachandran Padmakumar

congenital heart disease were excluded. Various echocardiographic parameters were assessed for each patient 1 day prior to surgery, 3–5 days after surgery, and at 1-month follow-up. Medications including angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor and beta

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Collaboration in the Management of Teenagers with Congenital Heart Disease. Pediatrics 106: 264–269. Kann J. S. Parental Preferences for Primary and Specialty Care Collaboration in the

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Authors: Zsolt Sziklavári, Péter Zsoldos and F. Tamás Molnár

congenital heart disease. J. Korean Med. Sci., 2005, 20 (6), 947–951. 44 O’Callaghan, A. M., Mead, G. M.: Chylothorax in lymphoma: mechanisms and

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; anomalies; size; blood flow; fetus; congenital heart disease; blood; abnormalities; ultrasonography; pregnancies; three dimensional ultrasound; phenotype; 3 dimensional ultrasound; sheep; fetal; in utero; fetal heart rate; malformations; 3d ultrasound

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fasting. Patients under 18 years and over 70 years of age were excluded. Patients with known CVD, congenital heart disease, metabolic-endocrine disease, renal disease, hypo–hyper thyroidism, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, acute–chronic respiratory

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Authors: Hanadi A. Al Shaker, Nidal A. Qinna, Hamza Al Hroub, Mahmoud M. H. Al Omari and Adnan A. Badwan

congestive heart failure with congenital heart disease [ 5 ]. Moreover, propranolol is still widely used by clinicians because of its high efficacy and low cost [ 3 ]. Accordingly, it is listed by World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines as one

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hypertension and other pulmonary artery obstructions  1.4.4. Congenital heart disease  1.4.5. Schistosomiasis 4.1. Chronic

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