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Adult congenital heart disease interventions: recommendations from a Joint Working Group of the British Congenital Cardiac Association, British Cardiovascular Intervention Society, and the British Cardiovascular Society

  • Shakeel A. Qureshi (a1), David Hildick-Smith (a2), Jo de Giovanni (a3), Paul Clift (a4), Graham Stuart (a5), Rob Henderson (a6), Stephen Brecker (a7), David Hackett (a8), Simon Ray (a9) and Mark de Belder (a10)...

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In order to optimise care of the adult patients with complex congenital heart disease, there is a need to develop recommendations for interventions. This document is the work of representatives of the three relevant societies and provides recommendations for institutions and operators performing cardiac interventions in these patients.

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Correspondence to: Professor S. A. Qureshi, MBChB, FRCP, Department of Congenital Heart Disease, Evelina Children's Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH, United Kingdom. Tel: 00442071884547; Fax: 00442071884556; E-mail: shakeel.qureshi@gstt.nhs.uk

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Adult congenital heart disease interventions: recommendations from a Joint Working Group of the British Congenital Cardiac Association, British Cardiovascular Intervention Society, and the British Cardiovascular Society

  • Shakeel A. Qureshi (a1), David Hildick-Smith (a2), Jo de Giovanni (a3), Paul Clift (a4), Graham Stuart (a5), Rob Henderson (a6), Stephen Brecker (a7), David Hackett (a8), Simon Ray (a9) and Mark de Belder (a10)...

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