Journal of the Saudi Heart Association
Volume 27, Issue 1
A three-month-old girl with double inlet left ventricle (S;D;D), hypoplastic outlet ventricle, restrictive bulboventricular foramen, d-transposition of great arteries and interrupted aortic arch underwent Norwood stage 1 operation, systemic to pulmonary artery (PA) shunt and atrial septectomy, and developed ectopic atrial tachycardia that responded to digoxin therapy. She developed fussiness lasting two hours, not associated with cyanosis, and not relieved by feeding. Her pulse oximetry was 88% while breathing room air, and she had no differential blood pressure gradient.
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Harahsheh, A., Sable, C., Sinha, P., Jonas, R. (2015). ST segment depression after Norwood/systemic-pulmonary artery shunt. Journal fo the Saudi Heart Association, 27(1), 68-69. doi:10.1016/j.jsha.2014.04.007