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Health-economic Impact of Pulse Oximetry Systematic Screening of Critical Congenital Heart Disease in Asymptomatic Newborns

Persistant hypoxemia in the newborn confers, even isolated, an abnormal clinical situation, that needs to be addressed for an adequate diagnosis and an optimal treatment. If during the first hours of life, hypoxemia is frequent and often transient, beyond that, it is necessary to search the various etiological conditions such as a critical congenital heart disease (CCHD) or a non cardiac affection (sepsis, anemia, respiratory disease). Newborn pulse oximetry screening identif...


"Incidence and Consequences of Disorders of Glycosylation in Patients With Conotruncal and Septal Heart Defects"

The objective of the study is to investigate congenital disorders of glycosylation in congenital heart diseases without a clear molecular or genetic basis.

Molecular Basis of Congenital Heart Defects

Congenital heart disease is one of the most common malformations in newborns. About 1% of newborns have cardiac malformations. Many need open heart surgery, which contributes substantially to pediatric mortality and morbidity. Recent advances in genetics suggest that many congenital heart defects are caused by mutation of genes. So far, half a dozen genes are found to be associated with congenital heart diseases, such as TBX5, NKX2.5, and GATA4, to name a few. In the near ...


Transition From Adolescents to Adulthood for Patients With Congenital Heart Diseases

We aim to measure the impact of a transition program in congenital cardiology in terms of health-related quality of life.

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Creation of a French South-Eastern Database and DNA-bank of Congenital Heart Disease to Explore the Genetic Pathways

Congenital heart defects are seen in 0,8% of life births. In France this means more than 5000 newborns per year. The south-east region of France is particularly affected as a result of a higher birth rate and consanguinity, when compared to other regions. The majority of congenital heart diseases remain unexplained. Genetic causes are indisputable but remain poorly understood. Genetic research needs the availability of a large-scale DNA collection, guided by a robust phenotypic...

Brain Function in Children With Congenital Heart Disease (CHD)

The purpose of the study is to determine whether the neurodevelopmental outcome and in particular executive functions in 9 to 11 year old school children with congenital heart disease who underwent cardiopulmonary bypass surgery during their first three months of life is impaired in comparison to healthy children at same age. Executive functions are higher order cognitive functions and critical for school success.

Development of a Quality of Life Assessment Tool for Adult Patients With a Congenital Heart Disease, Having Had Surgery During Childhood

The mortality due to congenital heart diseases has decreased in recent decades, even for infants with the most complex lesions.Therapeutic advances have prolonged the lifespan of people with these diseases. However, there are specific social and psychological troubles that appear later in life and can compromise employability, insurability and social integration. There are different types of congenital heart disease: those not operated in adulthood, and those operated fo...

Outcomes of Children With Congenital Single Ventricle Heart

Congenital heart disease affects 1 in 100 newborn babies each year and more than 2,000,000 Americans have a congenital heart defect. One common defect treated at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston is single ventricle heart. Due to these overwhelming numbers, the use of diagnostic imaging technology to assess these defects and heart function is an important step in the evolving care of this patient group.

Heart Failure in Adult Patients With a History of Congenital Heart Disease

In today's world of advanced surgery, children born with congenital heart disease (CHD) are surviving into adulthood. However, the surgical procedures these children undergo do not cure the underlying problem and this these children develop other heart problems later in life. Heart failure is the one of the most common heart problems effecting these patients. This heart failure can be seen in both lower pumping chambers of the heart, however, sometimes only one side of the hear...

Myocardial Biopsy in Congenital Cardiac Surgery

Despite major advances in the technical aspects of surgical repair of congenital heart diseases, perioperative myocardial damage with low cardiac output remains the most common cause of morbidity and death after repair of congenital heart lesions.

Rehabilitation of Adolescents and Young Adults With Congenital Heart Diseases

The investigators aim to measure the impact of a rehabilitation program in congenital cardiology in terms of health related quality of life. The orginality of the rehabilitation program consists in its design : initial hospitalizationfor a short period of time (5 days) at the rehabilitation center, followed by 11 weeks of rehabilitation at home under the supervision of a specialized sports trainer.

Improving Critical Congenital Heart Disease Screening With Addition of Perfusion Measurements

The purpose of this research is to evaluate and create a new clinical prediction model for CCHD screening that combines non-invasive measurements of oxygenation and perfusion.

Perioperative Outcome of Congenital Heart Disease Surgery in Childhood

Congenital heart disease is the most common congenital malformation in the world with high morbidity and mortality. However, there is no data to assess the perioperative outcome of congenital heart disease surgery among Chinese cross-regional population. This study aims to investigate the perioperative outcome of congenital heart disease surgery in childhood from a chinese cross-regional cohort.

Coronary Artery Assessement by TEE in Congenital Heart Disease

This study aims to establish normal coronary artery pulse Doppler flow patterns and velocities using transoesophageal echocardiography (TEE) in patients with a variety of congenital heart disease. This will be accomplished by performing pre-operative and intra-operative TEEs on up to 250 patients undergoing surgery for congenital heart disease.

Patterns of Coronary Artery Anatomy in Children With Congenital Heart Disease by Computed Tomography

To test the ability of electron beam CT in evalting the coronary artery pattern in children with congenital heart disease.

Development of an Screening System in Children With Congenital Heart Disease Based on Cloud Computing and Big Data

This study intends to establish an automatic system for screening on children with congenital heart disease, the system include the auscultation of cardiac murmur and the test of oxygen saturation, the data was analyzed based on the cloud computing.

Congenital Heart Disease Research Registry

The Congenital Heart Disease Research Registry (CHDRR) is a program dedicated to understanding the etiology and improving the treatment of Congenital Heart Disease (CHD). This Registry will act as a central coordinating center for recruiting subjects with CHD and will provide infrastructure and guidelines for researchers studying the causes and treatment of CHD. Investigators working directly with the Registry will have access to biological, demographic and phenotype data from...

Motor Development of Children That Have Surgery as Newborns for Complex Congenital Heart Disease

Infants requiring surgery in the neonatal period for complex congenital heart diseases are at risk for developmental problems. For infants with congenital heart diseases with admixture physiology and single ventricles, optimal circulation is associated with signs of adequate systemic perfusion and a systemic arterial oxygen saturation typically between 75% to 90%. Infants are often unable to withstand standardized developmental testing during early infancy due to medical fragil...

Pacemaker Therapy in Adults With Congenital Heart Defects

Review the feasibility, safety and outcomes in adults with congenital heart disease who undergo pacemaker implantation for bradycardia, tachycardia or heart failure indications

Impact of Congenital Heart Disease on Neurodevelopmental Outcome

The project aims toward clarifying the underlying mechanism and the long-term impact of congenital heart disease on neurodevelopment.

Quality of Life Assessment of Children With Congenital Heart Disease Aged 5 to 7 Years

Congenital heart diseases (CHD) are the firt cause of congenital malformations (8 for 1000 births). Since the 90's, great advances in prenatal diagnosis, pediatric cardiac surgery, intensive care, and cardiac catheterization have reduced morbidity and early mortality in this population. Prevalence of " GUCH ", grown-ups with congenital heart disease has thus been significantly increasing. Nowadays, quality of life (QoL) assessment of this population is in the foreground. Our te...

Implementing Models for Mechanical Circulatory Support Presurgical Assessment in Congenital Heart Disease Treatment

The purpose of this research study is to look at the advantages of using a 3D printed heart model for surgical planning in children who have been diagnosed with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) and clinical heart failure and will undergo a ventricular assist device (VAD) placement. The investigators want to study the correlation of having a 3D printed model with improvement in patient outcomes and compare those with patients who have had a VAD placement without a 3D model.

Coxsackie Virus in Pregnancy and Congenital Heart Disease

Investigators would like to find out if a woman's exposure to Coxsackievirus has an effect or increase in incidence of babies being born with congenital heart disease(CHD)

Risk Factors for Acquired Cardiovascular Disease in Adults With Congenital Heart Disease

This research study is to determine the risk factors for acquired heart disease, in adults with congenital heart disease. This knowledge is important to develop and target ways to prevent or delay the onset of acquired heart disease in adults with congenital heart disease.

Establish a CT Images Database of Patients With Congenital Heart Disease

Setup CT images database of congenital heart disease.


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