Which congenital heart diseases are inoperable?

Which congenital heart diseases are inoperable?

In this video, Dr. Radha Krishnan, Director, Pediatric Cardiologist at Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi, will talk about congenital heart disease which are can’t be operated. There are certain congenital heart disease which are inoperable. These include pulmonary vein stenosis which can’t be corrected. If a small sub-sect is stenosed then possibly can be corrected. Diffused pulmonary stenosis is also considered inoperable. Dr. Radha Krishnan will also explain the heterotaxy syndrome which is also inoperable. The anamolies of this syndrome is very complex and has lot of challenges in correcting the defects and due to bad prognosis, parents opt out of treatment.