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Dr. Francois Marcotte discusses the transition of pediatric care to adult care in congenital heart disease.
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I’d like to invite you to join us this afternoon, Monday, January 22 at 3:30 p.m. CT, for a live Video Q&A with Dr. Francois Marcotte about the transition of pediatric care to adult care in congenital heart disease.
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Dr. Marcotte will answer questions live. Feel free to post your questions below, before or during the presentation.
You can participate in the Video Q&A on Connect by returning to this page; the video will be shown at the top of the page. I hope you can join us.
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Is exercise recommended for children and adults with a heart defect?
I have a 40 year old daughter born with AVSD and she did great for 39 years after repair at 9 mos. Then at 39 she develop endocarditis and ended up with a mechanical valve after nearly dying. Now, fear and stress are at very high level. Any recommendations or thoughts?
I also was born with AVSD and have a mechanical mitral valve following endocarditis. I am 35 and live in Michigan. Would you be interested in talking? My valve replacement surgery was at Mayo Clinic in 2007
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