Congenitally Corrected Transposition of Great Arteries and Pregnancy: Case Report
Keywords:Transposição de Grandes Vasos Congenitamente Corrigida, gestação de alto risco, assistência pré-natal, parto, cardiopatia na gestação.
AbstractIntrodution: Case report and discussion of maternal-fetal outcomes in pregnant patient with Congenitally Corrected Transposition of Great Arteries (l-TGA). Case Report: A pregnant inpatient with l-TGA, 35 weeks of gestational age with dyspnea and cyanosis, have had a labor with forceps delivery, she’s get out clinically well stable. The same patient came back to the Hospital 1 year later, pregnant again, with the same complaints, now she presenting precordial pain in the labor and was indicated cesarean delivery by dystocia. She’s get out well stable. Both newborns do not have cardiac malformations. Conclusion: Pregnant patient suffering from l-TGA should receive multidisciplinary attention due to a high-risk pregnancy, presented indication of assisted and monitored vaginal labor, to reduce the maternal mortality. Key Words: Congenitally Corrected Transposition of Great Arteries, High-risk pregnancy, prenatal care, delivery, cardiopathy in pregnancy
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