Abstract AIM To assess initial experience of cardiac catheterisation in children by the transhepatic approach where conventional venous access is impossible. PATIENTS AND METHODS Percutaneous ...
Heart, Paper, K A McLeod, A B Houston, T Richens, N Wilson
OBJECTIVE To examine autonomic function as assessed by heart rate variability in patients 10 or more years after repair of tetralogy of Fallot, and to relate this to cardiac structure, function, and ...
Heart, Paper, K A McLeod, W S Hillis, A B Houston, N Wilson, A Trainer, J Neilson, W B Doig
Despite sinus rhythm and an adequate heart rate she developed severe dilated cardiomyopathy and died at age 14 months.
Heart, Case report, K A McLeod, A C Rankin, A B Houston
Age and body surface area related normal upper and lower limits of M mode echocardiographic measurements and left ventricular volume and mass from infancy to early adulthood. CONCLUSION--A set of ...
British Heart Journal, Research Article, F U Huwez, A B Houston, J Watson, S McLaughlin, P W Macfarlane
Improved visualisation provided further information on the nature of the lesion (additional chordal attachment of the mitral valve in one, accessory atrioventricular valve tissue with aneurysm ...
British Heart Journal, Research Article, J P Gnanapragasam, A B Houston, W B Doig, M P Jamieson, J C Pollock
PATIENTS AND METHODS--A prospective study of 215 children (age range 1 day-16 years) presenting with clinical signs of congenital heart disease. Colour Doppler provided extra information, but ...
British Heart Journal, Research Article, J P Gnanapragasam, A B Houston, W B Doig, R Fraser, S Lilley, E Murtagh, G Olafsson
Transoesophageal echocardiographic examination established the correct diagnosis, which was subsequently confirmed at operation.
British Heart Journal, Research Article, D B Northridge, J P Gnanapragasam, A B Houston
The procedure was performed in the cardiac catheterisation laboratory, ward side room, or at the bedside in the neonatal intensive care unit. No complication was clearly attributable to the ...
British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Ashfaq, A B Houston, J P Gnanapragasam, S Lilley, E P Murtagh
Infants were excluded from the study and no patient had pulmonary hypertension. Evidence of such an association would justify ligation or antibiotic cover as prophylactic measures.
British Heart Journal, Research Article, A B Houston, J P Gnanapragasam, M K Lim, W B Doig, E N Coleman
Diagnoses by cross sectional echocardiography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging have been described but pulmonary arteriography was regarded as essential for a definite diagnosis.
British Heart Journal, Research Article, J P Gnanapragasam, A B Houston, M P Jamieson