TABLE 3.

List of Patients, Type of CCVM, and Method of Detection

PatientDiagnosisDetection
Hospital A
 1HLHSFetal echocardiography
 2Pulmonary atresia-VSDFetal echocardiography
 3Ebstein’s anomalyFetal echocardiography
 4HLHSFetal echocardiography
 5Pulmonary stenosisFetal echocardiography
 6Tetralogy of FallotFetal echocardiography
 7HLHSFetal echocardiography
 8Coarctation, hypoplastic archFetal echocardiography
 9Interrupted aortic archFetal echocardiography
 10D transposition of the great arteriesCyanosis
 11Ebstein’s anomalyRespiratory distress
 12Transposition of the great arteriesCyanosis
 13CoarctationTachypnea, murmur
 14Truncus arteriosusScreening (Spo2 86%).
Hospital B
 15D transposition of the great arteriesCyanosis
 16Pulmonary atresiaCyanosis
 17TAPVRScreening (Spo2 92%)
 18TAPVRScreening (Spo2 88%)
Born at hospitals without screening
 19CoarctationCHF, shock
 20HLHSCyanosis, shock
 21Tetralogy of FallotMurmur
False-negative screen
 22CoarctationCHF
 23Hypoplastic LPA with AP collateralsPoor feeding/murmur
  • TAPVR indicates total anomalous pulmonary venous return; CHF, congestive heart failure; LPA, left pulmonary artery; AP, aorto-pulmonary.