Webinar: Congenital Heart Disease – What Patients Need to Know

Fri, Feb 13, 2015
12:00pm to 1:00pm ET

Description

During this one-hour interactive Q&A, Dr. Joseph Dearani and Dr. Carole Warnes provide an overview of congenital heart disease, including transition of care into adulthood, pregnancy, surgical risks, valve repair or replacement, innovation, and lifelong follow-up. A question and answer period followed the presentation.

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I’m very excited for this webinar. Thank you so much for this!

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I’m really bummed I can’t attend the webinar due to work. These are my primary cardiac consultants for my condition (Epstein’s Anomaly). I had surgery to repair my tricuspid valve 3 years ago. Hopefully the webinar is recorded so I review it after the airing!

@hollybell21

I’m really bummed I can’t attend the webinar due to work. These are my primary cardiac consultants for my condition (Epstein’s Anomaly). I had surgery to repair my tricuspid valve 3 years ago. Hopefully the webinar is recorded so I review it after the airing!

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Hi Holly, yes you will be able to view it on this page after it airs. You will also still be able to ask questions at that time as well.

@hollybell21

I’m really bummed I can’t attend the webinar due to work. These are my primary cardiac consultants for my condition (Epstein’s Anomaly). I had surgery to repair my tricuspid valve 3 years ago. Hopefully the webinar is recorded so I review it after the airing!

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Hi Holly…I also had Open Heart Surgery at Mayo a Clinic for Ebstein’s Anomaly. Dr. Dearani and Dr. Warnes were my doctors. I would like to hear from you. gsue37@yahoo.com

Hello i have EA i am 52

I’m so glad that I didn’t forget. My own Dr. hasn’t told me much.

Does it still say please stand by for everyone?

Oops sorry im in the wrong time zone! Be back in an hour

Is it working for anyone? My screen says please stand by.

@ahaaha4

Is it working for anyone? My screen says please stand by.

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Hi Alisa, the player is currently working for me. Can you try refreshing your page?

I’m on a plane maybe that is why

@ahaaha4

I’m on a plane maybe that is why

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The webinar will be available after for viewing later.

I am very excited for this information! I am 38 with sever bicuspid aortic stenosis with an ascending aortic aneurysm. I also have Mast Cell Activation Disorder which will make open heart surgery interesting.

My daughter 3 months has anomolous artery where her right artery is coming from the left sinus. What are the advantages of surgery and correction? What age should we consider going for surgery?
Which hospital and doctor would be the best place for getting advice?
Please advise

I’m 30 weeks pregnant, with bicuspal aortic stenosis. My aortic root has dilated to 3.9cm. I have three hospitals meeting to see what to do with me, but no one seems to have much experience with CHD and pregnancy. I may be sent to Vancouver to a specialized ward. What would your suggestion be in terms of pregnancy and labor management in my situation?

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