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There were two deaths 1st and 2nd daysdue to thrombosis of the internal mammary, where it was clamped. Neonatal cardiac problems may present clinically in several ways with the “six Cs”: The “six Ts of neonatal cyanosis” represent the common anomalies; they are 1 Transitional circulation, 2 Transposition of great vessels, 3 Tetralogy of Fallot, 4 Tricuspid or pulmonary atresia with hypoplastic right ventricle or single ventricle5 Truncus arteriosus, and 6 Total anomalous pulmonary venous return.

In the first case, the shunt was made due to the general conditions of the child, despite the good size of the pulmonary arteries. Cyanosis, Cardiac murmur, Congestive heart failure, Cardiac arrhythmias, Coincident with syndromes or congenital defects, and Circulatory collapse.

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Central cyanosis needs immediate attention since it is a sign of severe cardiac, respiratory, or neurologic disease. All of them have advantages and disadvantages, and the results will depend on the age and weight of the patients and the complexity of their heart disease. The best results are obtained among the eldest children that are not in an emergency situation and not involving small pulmonary arteries.


Seis apresentavam graus variados de hipoplasia pulmonar.

With the advent of level 2 ultrasound diagnosis in utero, the mother should be transferred for delivery at a regional perinatal-neonatal center. Support All scientific articles published at www.

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Hence, assisted ventilation should be available, and a cardiologist or neonatologist must be consulted prior to initiating this therapy. The Brazilian Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery is indexed in: Online Submission Register here Advanced Search. The infant develops cyanosis, or decreased peripheral perfusion with congestive failure or metabolic acidosis. Side effects of PGE1 include apnea, bradycardia, hyperthermia, flushing, and seizures.

Left-sided heart lesions such dongenitas aortic stenosis, coarctation of the aorta, and hypoplastic left heart syndrome present with respiratory distress, poor perfusion, or cyanosis during the third to seventh day cardiopatiias age and are often mistaken for sepsis. ABSTRACT The systemic-pulmonary shunts are an important procedure to treat and prepare, for the final correction, cyanotic patients with hypoplastic pulmonary arteries.


Previous article Back to the Top Next article. Despite the small number and the short period of observations, the authors do believe that the internal mammary-pulmonary artery anastomisis is palliative option for these patients.

Two patients went to total correction 1 month and 3 cohgenitas later. In both the shunts were well functioning and the total correction was successful.

Diseases such as transposition of the great vessels, severe tetralogy of Fallot, and right heart lesions pulmonary stenosis or atresia, tricuspid atresia usually present early most often within hours or days when the patent ductus arteriosus begins to close as a result of cardiopaitas oxygenation.

Three patients are waiting for their best time for final procedures. Keywords internal mammary artery-pulmonary artery anastomosis. In the second case a 15 months old boy, in whom a classical Blalock-Taussig shunt was made and thrombosed in the 3rd month of life was possible to follow the progressive enlargement of the pulmonary arteries.