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Table 2 Perioperative and late mortality of pulmonary valve replacement after TOF repair

From: Repaired tetralogy of Fallot: the roles of cardiovascular magnetic resonance in evaluating pathophysiology and for pulmonary valve replacement decision support

Institution Year Number of
Patients
Operative
Death
Average Length
of Follow-Up
(years)
Late Death
or
transplant
SUNY, Syracuse [142] 1985 11 0 1 0
Children's Memorial Hospital,
Chicago [143]
1997 49 1   
University of Toronto [101] 1997 85 1 5.8 3
Mayo Clinic [87] 2001 42 1   
Children's Hospital, Atlanta [144] 2002 100 1 4.9 1
Leiden University, The Netherlands
[97]
2002 26 0 1.5 1
New England Med Center, Boston
[105]
2003 36 0 5 1
University of Zurich, Switzerland
[100]
2005 39 0 1.25 0
Multicenter, The Netherlands [145] 2006 158 0 4.2 2
University of Toronto [99] 2007 82 0 8.8 2
University Medical Center,
Rotterdam [14]
2008 17 0 6.4 0
International Society of Congenital
Heart Disease [107]
2008 93 0 3 2
Great Ormond Street, London[94] 2008 71 0 1 0
Emory University [146] 2009 107 3   
Children's Hospital Boston [88] 2009 77 0 2.8 6
Children's Hospital, Atlanta [147] 2010 42 0 2.2 0
   1035 0.68%   2.2%