Patrizia Scarso

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OBJECTIVE To assess the health related quality of life of patients who were operated on during childhood for total correction of tetralogy of Fallot, focusing on the psychosocial and cognitive outcomes. PATIENTS 54 patients (24 men and 30 women, mean (SD) age 32 (4) years), operated on for total correction of tetralogy of Fallot at mean age of 8.2 years,(More)
The increase of the GUCH Community requires a new definition of cardiac surgical success, which has to be considered either in terms of survival or quality of life and quality of health. Clinical and psychological problems are present in this population secondary to native cardiac disease, surgical correction, and social environment. Cognitive impairment(More)
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