Pre & Post Stage 1 Management with Aparna Hoskote, consultant in cardiac ICU at Great Ormond St Hospital London.

The time around the stage 1 procedure is the time of the highest mortality for single ventricle patients, up to 15%. What we do in the #pedsICU really matters for these patients but there is very little high quality evidence to inform our practice. Consequently, practice varies greatly around the world with things to learn from many great centers.

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Selected references

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Season 2, Episode 7
Published: March 13, 2021
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