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Table 3 Success and complications of cardiac catheterization

From: Cardiac catheterization addressing early post-operative complications in congenital heart surgery—a single-center experience

Interventional procedures and their success rate (n = 20)
Type of procedure n (%) Success, n (%)
  Angioplasty/stenting 10 (50%) 9 (90%)
   Pulmonary arteries stenting 6  
   RVOT stenting 2  
   RCA stenting 1  
   Pulmonary venous baffle stenting 1  
  Angioplasty/ballooning 2 (10%) 1 (50%)
   Pulmonary venous baffle 1  
   Modified BT shunt 1  
  Closure 8 (40%) 8 (100%)
   MAPCA 2  
   Fontan fenestration 2  
   Pulmonary AVMS 1  
   Modified BT shunt 1  
   AO-RVOT fistula 1  
   Antegrade pulmonary flow in Fontan 1  
Complications of cardiac catheterization in all procedures (n = 30)
 Cardiac arrest during procedure, n (%)   1 (3.33)
 Embolization of stent/device, n (%)   1 (3.33)
 Arterial thrombosis, n (%)   1 (3.33)
  1. Abbreviations: RVOT right ventricular outflow tract, RCA right coronary artery, BT shunt Blalock–Taussig shunt, MAPCA major aorto-pulmonary collateral arteries, AVMS arterio-venous malformations, AO aorta