Improving Functional Outcomes After Fontan Surgery By A Cross-Sectional Study Of The Outcomes Following Variation In Practice In Australia And New Zealand: Focus On Anticoagulation And Cardiac Shunting By The Fenestration

Grant number: 1065794 | Funding period: 2014 - 2016

Completed

Abstract

The Fontan procedure is the last of a series of life-saving operations offered to children born with only one pumping chamber in their heart. We intend to perform the largest and most detailed investigation to date of the patients enrolled in the Australia and New Zealand Fontan Registry, today the world's largest database of this kind. This cross-sectional study will enable us to identify the drugs and interventions that will best maximize their exercise capacity and quality of life

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