What should be done in an asymptomatic baby with left ventricle?

What should be done in an asymptomatic baby with left ventricle?

Dr. Smita Mishra, Paediatric Cardiologist, Associate Director - Jaypee Hospital, will discuss the management of an asymptomatic baby with left ventricle in this video. If a baby with a single ventricle remains asymptomatic up to age of 5-6 months then they do not need PA banding known as palliative surgery. After six months of age, can undergo Glenn surgery which is a step towards the single ventricular repair known as Fontan surgery.

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