WCPCCS 2023 – Publications

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World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Publications for Exhibit

  1. Combined Hybrid Procedure and VAD Insertion in 9 High-Risk Neonates and Infants With HLHS
  2. George Daicoff: A Pioneering Surgeon and Humanitarian of The Southern Thoracic Surgical Association
  3. Palliation Plus Ventricular Assist Device Insertion in 15 Neonates and Infants With Functionally Univentricular Circulation
  4. Lodewyk H.S. van Mierop (March 31, 1927-October 17, 2021): a true giant
  5. A Comprehensive Approach to the Management of Patients With HLHS and Related Malformations: An Analysis of 83 Patients (2015-2021)
  6. Analysis of 82 Children Supported With Pulsatile Paracorporeal Ventricular Assist Device: Comparison of Patients With Biventricular Versus Univentricular Circulation
  7. Ventricular assist device support in neonates and infants with a failing functionally univentricular circulation
  8. Nomenclature for Pediatric and Congenital Cardiac Care: Unification of Clinical and Administrative Nomenclature – The 2021 International Pediatric and Congenital Cardiac Code (IPCCC) and the Eleventh Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11)
  9. Combining Congenital Heart Surgical and Interventional Cardiology Outcome Data in a Single Database: The Development of a Patient-Centered Collaboration of the European Congenital Heart Surgeons Association (ECHSA) and the Association for European Paediatric and Congenital Cardiology (AEPC)
  10. History of the World Society for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery: The First Decade
  11. Methylprednisolone for Heart Surgery in Infants – A Randomized, Controlled Trial
  12. An Analysis of 183 Heart Transplants for Pediatric or Congenital Heart Disease-Impact of High Panel Reactive Antibody
  13. Heart Transplantation in Patients Less Than 18 Years of Age: Comparison of 2 Eras Over 36 Years and 323 Transplants at a Single Institution
  14. A Single-Institutional Experience with 36 Children Smaller Than 5 Kilograms Supported with the Berlin Heart Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) over 12 Years: Comparison of Patients with Biventricular versus Functionally Univentricular Circulation
  15. Support with Single Ventricle-Ventricular Assist Device (sVAD) in Patients with Functionally Univentricular Circulation Prior to Fontan Operation
  16. Reply: Rationale and outcomes of single ventricle-ventricular assist device (sVAD)
  17. The Evolution of Combined Heart+Liver Transplantation