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Left to Right Shunts

Left to Right Shunts

Left to Right Shunts

Gurjinder Dahel
Gurjinder Dahel
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Launch date: 15 Jun 2018
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Last updated: 20 Apr 2019

Reference: 190030

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Asad kundi (20 Apr 2019)
1.Side 27 showing other (non cardiac ) shunts does not mention, not common, but clinically very important " Pulmonary AV fistula". It is important for cardiologist because it has unique features.

"Patient is cyanotic yet Echo commonly does not show any significant structural abnormality." one can miss the diagnosis unless you auscultate the chest for continuous murmur (which may not be prominent) or do contrast study.

2.Referring to slide 29, commonest congenital structural abnormality is Bicuspid aortic valve and not VSD.

3.Reference slide 10, unlike PFO,.I think spontaneous closure of ASD is very rare.

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Description

This session aims to briefly describe the different types of left to right shunt defects and how to approach diagnosis and management.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• List the different types of left to right shunt defects
• Describe the anatomy and natural history for each defect
• Outline the clinical features and examination findings associated with each shunt
• List the investigations used and relevant findings
• Explain how to manage each type of left to right shunt defect
Gurjinder Dahel

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Gurjinder Dahel
on behalf of Health Education England

Gurjinder Dahel, MBChB, MRCPCH, is a graduate of Birmingham Medical School. She trained in Paediatrics in the West Midlands and completed her specialist training in 2017.

Dr Dahel completed her cardiology training in Singapore and Birmingham Children’s Hospital in the UK. She is currently working as a Consultant Paediatrician with an Expertise in Cardiology.

Dr Dahel has an interest in training and as a trainee acted as a RCPCH and regional trainee representative for her Deanery and was a personal mentor for medical students at Birmingham Medical School. She has presented at various national and international meetings and is an active member of the RCPCH media team.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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Asad kundi (20 Apr 2019)
1.Side 27 showing other (non cardiac ) shunts does not mention, not common, but clinically very important " Pulmonary AV fistula". It is important for cardiologist because it has unique features. "Patient is cyanotic yet Echo commonly does not show any significant structural abnormality." one can miss the diagnosis unless you auscultate the chest for continuous murmur (which may not be prominent) or do contrast study. 2.Referring to slide 29, commonest congenital structural abnormality is Bicuspid aortic valve and not VSD. 3.Reference slide 10, unlike PFO,.I think spontaneous closure of ASD is very rare.

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