This monograph is intended as both an introduction to the subject and a timely, comprehensive review, more extensive than a review article and more up–to–date than a textbook. As such, this monograph should be of interest to the internist and the cardiologist who find themselves encountering adults with congenital heart defects with increasing frequency in their practice. Key references provided at the end of each chapter present the relevant literature, allowing for further reading.
Chapter I. Risk Stratification for Arrhythmia and Sudden Cardiac Death Late After Repair of Tetralogy.
Michael A. Gatzoulis, Seshadri Balaji, Steven A. Webber, Samuel C. Siu, John S. Hokanson, Tokuko Shinohara, Makoto Nakazawa, James H. Moller, Paul C. Gillette, Gary D. Webb, Andrew N. Redington.
Chapter II. Balloons, Stents and Occlusion Devices.
Chapeter III. Cardiopulmonary Exercise Performance.
Derize Boshoff, Tony Reybrouck, Marc Gewillig.
Chapter IV. Right Ventricular Function and Pulmonary Regurgitation.
Thomas P. Graham, Jr.
Chapter V. Arrhythmia Management.
J. Philip Saul, Andrew D. Blaufox.
Chapter VI. Late Reoperations after Tetralogy Repair: Timing and Outcome.
William G. Williams, Louise Harris, Eugene Downer, Glen S. Van Arsdell, Peter R. McLaughlin, Gary D. Webb.