Clinical Case Database / Category: Patient Management
Review of congenital heart disease in pregnancy
Dr Sarah Vause, Dr Nayab Zahid, Professor Bernard Clarke
Foundation Years Journal, volume 8, issue 7, p.56 (123Doc Education, London, July 2014)
RF, a 25 year old primigravida, was referred to the joint obstetric and cardiology clinic at a tertiary centre due to her history of CHD. She had been born with a congenital bicuspid aortic valve and aortic coarctation. She underwent a coarctation repair at 3 days of age.
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Dr Sarah Vause
Consultant in Fetal and Maternal Medicine and
Clinical Director for Obstetrics, St Maryâ€™s Hospital,
Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL
Dr Nayab Zahid
Flat 3F The Warehouse
Fairfield Street, Manchester, M1 3GF
Professor Bernard Clarke
Honorary Clinical Professor of Cardiology
Manchester Academic Health Science Centre
University of Manchester
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