Temporäre mechanische Kreislaufunterstützung bei Kindern und Patienten mit angeborenen Herzfehlern View Full Text


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2014-05-14

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O. Miera, E.V. Potapov, V. Alexi-Meskishvili, M. Hübler, Y. Weng, R. Hetzer

ABSTRACT

Ventricular assist devices (VAD) in children with terminal heart failure have been used as a bridge to transplantation or myocardial recovery for more than 20 years. The Berlin Heart Excor® Pediatric VAD is approved for use either as univentricular or biventricular support for children with a body weight less than 20 kg. Larger children can be supported with implantable continuous flow devices, e.g. HeartWare HVAD. Indications for support are cardiomyopathy, myocarditis and terminal heart failure in patients with congenital heart diseases. Due to the shortage of donors support time on VADs has greatly increased often lasting longer than 1 year. Although increased experience and technical modifications over the last decade have substantially improved the outcome of patients on VAD support, much is still dependent on the etiology of the heart failure. The survival rate in children with normal anatomy is approximately 80 % compared to 50 % in children with congenital heart diseases. The main complications during VAD support which occur in nearly 25 % of children weighing less than 20 kg are thromboembolic events. Miniaturization of the device to improve the quality of life for children on support and minimizing the risk of thromboembolic events are current fields of intensive research. More... »

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277-282

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