arterial switch operation

ar·te·ri·al switch op·er·a·tion

operation for complete transposition of the great arteries; the most common way to repair this defect is to switch the aorta and pulmonary arteries and implanting the coronary arteries into the neoaorta (the original pulmonary artery).
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Earlier arterial switch operation improves outcomes and reduces costs for neonates with transposition of the great arteries.
Long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes in school-aged children after neonatal arterial switch operation.
Excellent long term results are obtained in operative survivors following the arterial switch operation (3).
Arterial switch operation must also be the first preference in patients with TGA having LVOTO due to correctable causes (5).
Biggest "These include double arterial switch operations, and conditions such as complex pulmonary atresia and hypoplastic left heart, in which we now have the third biggest programme in the world.
He was the last of 20 young patients who died at the BRI following 38 arterial switch operations between February 1988 and January 1995.
The suspension was imposed at the original hearing following the deaths of children after arterial switch operations to correct congenital heart defects.
The suspension was imposed following the deaths of so many children after arterial switch operations to correct congenital heart defects.
He was the last of 20 young patients who died at Bristol Royal Infirmary following 38 arterial switch operations between February 1988 and January 1995.