alexa Abstract | Successful use of the Heart Ware HVAD as Bridge to Transplantation in an 8year Old Boy with a Previous History of Berlin Heart EXCOR Support
ISSN: 2329-9517

Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis
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Continuous-flow ventricular assist devices are being implanted with increased frequency in the United States in children with end-stage heart failure. We report the first reported use of the HeartWare HVAD in an 8 year old boy who had a history of biventricular support with Berlin Heart EXCOR devices 4 years previously. He was supported on the HeartWare for 198 days prior to receiving a heart transplantation. The implantable HeartWare HVAD can be used to provide circulatory support for those who have had previous paracorporeal mechanical circulatory support.

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Author(s): Raj Sahulee, Hari Rajagopal


HeartWare HVAD, Mechanical circulatory support, Ventricular assist device, Pediatric, Children, Heart failure, Transplantation, Heart Failure, Heart Attack, Heart Disease

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