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Sano shunt

Sano shunt
Intervention
Diagram of the human heart. In the Sano shunt, circulation is diverted from the right ventricle to the pulmonary circulation.

A Sano shunt is a shunt from the right ventricle to the pulmonary circulation.[1][2][3]

In contrast to a Blalock–Taussig shunt, circulation is primarily in systole.

It is sometimes used as the first step in a Norwood procedure.

References

  1. ^ Joanna H. Davies; Lynda L. Hassell (30 October 2007). Children in Intensive Care: A Survival Guide. Elsevier Health Sciences. pp. 72–.  
  2. ^ Dähnert, I.; Riede, FT.; Razek, V.; Weidenbach, M.; Rastan, A.; Walther, T.; Kostelka, M. (Oct 2007). "Catheter interventional treatment of Sano shunt obstruction in patients following modified Norwood palliation for hypoplastic left heart syndrome". Clin Res Cardiol 96 (10): 719–22.  
  3. ^ Sano, S.; Ishino, K.; Kawada, M.; Arai, S.; Kasahara, S.; Asai, T.; Masuda, Z.; Takeuchi, M.; Ohtsuki, S. (Aug 2003). "Right ventricle-pulmonary artery shunt in first-stage palliation of hypoplastic left heart syndrome". J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 126 (2): 504–9; discussion 509–10.  


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