Percutaneous closure of postoperative and post-traumatic ventricular septal defects.

@article{Pedra2007PercutaneousCO,
  title={Percutaneous closure of postoperative and post-traumatic ventricular septal defects.},
  author={Carlos Augusto Cardoso Pedra and S{\'e}rgio C. Pontes and Simone Rolim Fernandes Fontes Pedra and L{\'u}cia Maria Vieira de Oliveira Salerno and J Breno Sousa and Marly Akiko Miaira and Ana Luisa Guerra and Maria Virg{\'i}nia Tavares Santana and Maria Aparecida de Paula Silva and Valmir Fernandes Fontes},
  journal={The Journal of invasive cardiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={19 11},
  pages={491-5}
}
Although uncommon, significant postoperative residual leaks may occur after repair of any type of ventricular septal defect (VSD). Post-traumatic VSDs are even rarer, but can be occasionally seen after penetrating or blunt chest trauma. When these defects are associated with significant left-to-right shunting (Qp/Qs > 1.5) with persistent left ventricular volume overload, intervention is generally recommended. Surgical treatment requires cardiopulmonary bypass with its attendant morbidity… CONTINUE READING

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