Exercise performance and quality of life is more impaired in Eisenmenger syndrome than in complex cyanotic congenital heart disease with pulmonary stenosis.

@article{Mller2011ExercisePA,
  title={Exercise performance and quality of life is more impaired in Eisenmenger syndrome than in complex cyanotic congenital heart disease with pulmonary stenosis.},
  author={Jan M{\"u}ller and John Hess and Alfred Hager},
  journal={International journal of cardiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={150 2},
  pages={177-81}
}
OBJECTIVE Patients with cyanotic congenital heart disease without corrective surgery or palliation survive into adulthood, if they have a balanced pulmonary blood flow facilitated by pulmonary stenosis (PS) or Eisenmenger syndrome (ES). Both groups show cyanosis, diminished exercise performance and impaired quality of life. This study aimed to compare the functional outcome of those two cohorts directly. PATIENTS AND METHODS In total fifty-eight cyanotic patients with cardiac shunts (28 male… CONTINUE READING

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