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Congenital Aortic Stenosis Surgery for Children: Ross Procedure – In a Ross procedure, a surgeon removes the abnormal aortic valve. The surgeon then replaces it with the child’s own pulmonary valve. The surgeon uses a valve from a cadaver donor (conduit) to replace the pulmonary valve.

 

The purpose of the Ross procedure is to ease the symptoms of aortic stenosis. These are chest pain, fatigue, problems feeding or growing, or rapid or distressed breathing. Newborns with aortic valve problems are often very ill. The procedure   improves blood flow out to the body.

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