Positive maternal and foetal outcomes after cardiopulmonary bypass surgery in a parturient with severe mitral valve disease
AbstractThis case study describes the successful management of a parturient with severe mitral stenosis and moderate mitral regurgitation who underwent cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) surgery. A healthy baby was delivered by Caesarean section 11 days later. The effects of CPB surgery and mitral valve replacement on parturient and foetus are discussed.
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