Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) Closure
Closure of these openings can be performed using a minimally invasive procedure via the vein at the top of the leg (femoral vein).
The procedure may be guided with ultrasound and can be performed with the patient asleep (under a general anaesthetic) or under local anaesthesia.
There is a less than 2 in 100 risk of a complication developing during the procedure. Complications could include device failure, bleeding and collection of fluid around the heart, all of which can be treated.
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