It is concluded that the age of the patient is not a bar to the complete repair of these deformities, and all cases of adult cyanotic heart disease should be.
The most common form of cyanotic congenital heart disease in adults is tetralogy of Fallot. Other complex conditions seen in adults include univentricular hearts.
To recognize the importance of a systematic, multidisciplinary team approach by experts to provide excellent care for adults with cyanotic congenital heart.
Introduction Adults with congenital heart disease may be cyanotic either from unrepaired cyanotic conditions, or due to the failure of palliative procedures to.
The prevalence of congenital heart defects (CHDs) in adults has increased during the last decade such that now there are more adults with CHD than children.