Table 2

Details of patients undergoing pulmonary artery stent redilation

PatientAge at first stentAge at first redilationDiagnosisSite of PA stentsPrevious surgeryPrevious intervention
ASD, atrial septal defect; BD, balloon dilatation; Brock, Brock pulmonary valvotomy; CAT, common arterial trunk; Cshunt, central shunt; L, left; LBTS, left classical Blalock-Taussig shunt; LmBTS, left modified Blalock-Taussig shunt; LPA, left pulmonary artery; MAPCA, major aortopulmonary collateral artery; PA, pulmonary artery; PAT, pulmonary atresia; R, right; RBTS, right classical Blalock-Taussig shunt; RF, radiofrequency; RmBTS, right modified Blalock-Taussig shunt; RPA, right pulmonary artery; RVOT, right ventricular outflow tract; ToF, tetralogy of Fallot; VSD, ventricular septal defect.
113.313.8ToFR+LRBTS, LmBTS, CshuntBD PAs
2 6.5 8.4ToFLRmBTS, repair ToFBD RVOT
3 9.415.6ToFRLBTS, RmBTS, repair ToF, patch RPA+LPAMultiple BD PAs
4 6.3 7.3PAT+VSD+MAPCASLLmBTS, unifocalisation R MAPCASRF perforation + balloon RVOT
516.818.4PAT+VSD+MAPCASR+LRmBTS, Brock, LmBTS, division L MAPCABD RVOT, BD LPA+ RPA, myectomy RVOT
6 0.5 1.1CATR+LCAT repairNone
7 0.4 1.3CATR+LCAT repairNone
8 7.5 8.1Alagille’s syndromeLNoneNone
9 7.6 9.0Alagille’s syndromeR+LNoneMultiple BD PAs
10 6.0 6.2Alagille’s syndromeLNoneNone
1113.115.6Congenital RPA stenosis, VSD, ASDRNoneNone
1220.622.1Congenital branch PA stenosesLNoneNone