Journal of Vasculitis

ISSN: 2471-9544

Open Access

Nassime Zaoui

Department of Cardiology, Omar Yacef Draa Ben Khedda Hospital, Tizi-Ouzou Medical University, Tizi Ouzou, Algeria

  • Case Report   
    Percutaneous Patent Ductus Arteriosus (Pda) Closure: When and How to Close Coil vs. Occluder "Step By Step" Cases Report
    Author(s): Nassime Zaoui*, Amina Boukabous, Nadhir Bachir, Ali Terki and Meriem Bougdour

    Background: The PDA defines the pathological persistence after the birth of a fetal physiological communication between the aorta and the pulmonary artery frequently encountered in preterm infants and whose clinical and hemodynamic consequences depend on the importance of the shunt directly bound to the diameter of the canal. Percutaneous closure is the most frequent management modality with excellent immediate and long-term results (two modes of closure: using coil or Occluder). The surgery that remains reserved for complex anatomies or associated with other surgical congenital anomalies. Case presentation: We detail in this document the two methods of percutaneous closure step by step illustrated by pediatric cases. The first case concerns a 7 years old girl of 17Kg weight with history of heart murmur that presented in th.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2471-9544.2023.9.174

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