Transcatheter therapy for congenital heart disease.

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In summary, the cardiac catheterization suite has evolved from an invasive diagnostic facility into a primarily therapeutic laboratory. Through the use of balloons, blades, and plugs there are an increasing number of patients who may have definitive cardiac therapy on an outpatient basis, avoiding more invasive surgical interventions. 

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