Treatment of patients with functional single-ventricle physiology is achieved using surgical corrections known as the “Fontan Procedure”. Two separate blood circulations are created from the single-ventricle function. These are non-cyanogenic patients, but at high risk of developing HF. CRT implantation is an option to improve the functional class and EF.
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