Outcome of Cardiac Surgery in Patients 50 Years of Age or Older With Ebstein Anomaly: Survival and Functional Improvement
JACC - Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 06/14/2012
Jost CHA et al. – Although cardiac surgery in patients with EA ≥ 50 years of age was often complex, early mortality was low (4%) when surgery was performed at an experienced center. Long–term survival was good, although less than expected. These data suggested that surgery in older patients with EA may have to be performed earlier.