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Recommendations from the Association of European Paediatric Cardiology for training in diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterisation

  • Gianfranco Butera (a1), Gareth J. Morgan (a2), Caroline Ovaert (a3), Rui Anjos (a4) and Isabella Spadoni (a5)...

Abstract

Cardiac catheterisation in congenital heart disease is a developing field. Patients’ ages range from foetus to adulthood. This document is a revision and update of the previously published recommendations and summarises the requirements for training in diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterisation.

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Corresponding author

Correspondence to: Dr G. Butera, MD, PhD, FSCAI, Department of Paediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiology, Policlinico San Donato IRCCS, Via Morandi 30, 20097 San Donato Milanese, MI, Italy. Tel: +390252774328; Fax: +390252774459; E-mail:gianfra.but@lycos.com

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The paper is the product of the Interventional working group of the European Association of Pediatric Cardiology and it is endorsed by the AEPC.

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Gianfranco Butera and Gareth J Morgan contributed equally to the paper and have to be regarded as first authors.

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Recommendations from the Association of European Paediatric Cardiology for training in diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterisation

  • Gianfranco Butera (a1), Gareth J. Morgan (a2), Caroline Ovaert (a3), Rui Anjos (a4) and Isabella Spadoni (a5)...

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