HEART FAILURE IN THE PATIENT WITH ACROSSED INFECTIOUS ENDOCARDITI ON THE CONGENITAL BIKUSPIDAL VALVE OF AORTA
Heart failure is a common cause of high mortality of patients all over the world. Arising on a background of complicated tonsillitis in patients with congenital heart diseases that significantly impairs the quality of life of patients and worsens the prognosis. Radical remains combined treatment of the patient with the elimination of complications.
For example, with clinical case report demonstrates and discusses the results of surgical and therapeutic treatment of heart failure with complications in the early postoperative period in a patient with congenital heart disease (bicuspid aortic valve).
Infective endocarditis developed on the background of congenital heart disease (bicuspid aortic valve), which leaded to changes of heart chambers and caused heart failure. For compensation of heart failure we did surgical heart valve replacement. In the postoperative period such complication as complete AV block was developed, for treatment of which pacemaker was implanted. Thanks to a timely and comprehensive treatment, the patient is fully compensated.
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Sharif B. J. R. The importance of timely treatment of the causes of heart failure on the example of the clinical case / B. J. R. Sharif, E. A. Liuta // The Journal of Kharkiv V. N. Karazin` National University, Series «Medicine». – 2016. – Issue 31 –Р. 58–60.
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