Carmen Armida Iñigo-Riesgo

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BACKGROUND Tetralogy of Fallot is the most common cyanotic congenital cardiac lesions. Although pregnancy in patients with corrected tetralogy of Fallot usually have a satisfactory outcome, there may have maternal cardiovascular complications. OBJECTIVE To report our experience in monitoring and treatment of 16 pregnancies in 14 women with tetralogy of(More)
BACKGROUND Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring during 24 hours shows a blood pressure variability. The prevalence of chronic hypertension in pregnant women is 1-5%, so it is important to know the changes in blood pressure and cardiovascular risk and prevent complications to the mother and fetus. OBJECTIVE To know the circadian rhythm of the blood(More)
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