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ASD Closure without Catheter

Category(s): Cardiology

Atrial septal defect , or ASD is a condition of the heart in which there is a malformation of the interatrial septum during the development of a baby in the womb, leading to the formation of a hole. The ASD can be treated through surgery or a nonsurgical procedure. Surgery is suitable for treating symptomatic ASDs or ASDs that cause heart inflammation. It is also applicatble when the hole causes excessive shunting, which is the flow of bloed between the two upper chambers of the heart. ASD without catheter means defect is resolved without inserting a catheter, but still cutting a small incision in the groin and sealing the hole.


 


 
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