Intermediate to late term results of Mustard's procedure for complete transposition of the great arteries with an intact ventricular septum

F. J. Darvell, I. R. Rossi, M. B. Rossi, P. Fayers, R. H. Anderson*, M. L. Rigby, E. A. Shinebourne, C. Lincoln

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Overall survival after Mustard's operation was assessed in 130 patients with complete transposition of the great arteries and an intact ventricular septum who were operated on at the Brompton Hospital in the 12 year period from January 1974 to December 1985. Actuarial analysis showed a survival at five years of 79-1% (25 deaths in 130 patients). Halfthe deaths occurred within a month ofoperation and halfup to five years later. Operation under the age of three months carried a greater mortality (six deaths in 11 patients). Statistical analysis showed that these survival figures were consistent throughout the series and did not alter with the year of operation. In the light ofrecent trends in treatment ofthis lesion, it is concluded that for neonates an arterial switch procedure is now likely to carry the best chance of long term success. For the patient who presents after the age of three months, however, there may still be a place for the Mustard procedure.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)468-473
Number of pages6
JournalHeart
Volume59
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1988

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Ventricular Septum
Transposition of Great Vessels
Actuarial Analysis
Survival
Survival Analysis
Newborn Infant
Light
Mortality
Arterial Switch Operation
Therapeutics

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Intermediate to late term results of Mustard's procedure for complete transposition of the great arteries with an intact ventricular septum. / Darvell, F. J.; Rossi, I. R.; Rossi, M. B.; Fayers, P.; Anderson, R. H.; Rigby, M. L.; Shinebourne, E. A.; Lincoln, C.

In: Heart, Vol. 59, No. 4, 04.1988, p. 468-473.

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Darvell, FJ, Rossi, IR, Rossi, MB, Fayers, P, Anderson, RH, Rigby, ML, Shinebourne, EA & Lincoln, C 1988, 'Intermediate to late term results of Mustard's procedure for complete transposition of the great arteries with an intact ventricular septum', Heart, vol. 59, no. 4, pp. 468-473. https://doi.org/10.1136/hrt.59.4.468
Darvell, F. J. ; Rossi, I. R. ; Rossi, M. B. ; Fayers, P. ; Anderson, R. H. ; Rigby, M. L. ; Shinebourne, E. A. ; Lincoln, C. / Intermediate to late term results of Mustard's procedure for complete transposition of the great arteries with an intact ventricular septum. In: Heart. 1988 ; Vol. 59, No. 4. pp. 468-473.
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