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CLINIC AND THERAPEUTIC ASPECTS IN DUCTUS-DEPENDENT CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS (PART II)
The cardiac congenital malformations with duct dependent pulmonary circulation are cardiopathies with severe neonatal manifestations and quickly progressive hemodynamic degradation. The obvious semeiology at the birth requires an appropriate diagnostic and an early therapeutic management through the maintenance of the arterial channel permeability.
Keywords: duct dependent pulmonary circulation, right ventricular obstruction, arterial channel persistence, prostaglandin E1