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1-Apr-2019Machine learning algorithms estimating prognosis and guiding therapy in adult congenital heart disease: data from a single tertiary centre including 10 019 patientsDiller, G-P; Kempny, A; Babu-Narayan, SV; Henrichs, M; Brida, M, et al
1-Sep-2019Does gender affect the prognosis and risk of complications in patients with congenital heart disease in the modern era?D'Alto, M; Budts, W; Diller, GP; Mulder, B; Egidy Assenza, G, et al
1-Apr-2019Early histological changes of pulmonary arterial hypertension disclosed by invasive cardiopulmonary exercise testingBhatti, Y; Rice, AJ; Kempny, A; Dimopoulos, K; Price, L, et al
6-Jun-2019Eisenmenger syndrome and other types of pulmonary arterial hypertension related to adult congenital heart diseaseFavoccia, C; Constantine, AH; Wort, SJ; Dimopoulos, K
20-May-2019Evaluating a strategy of PAH therapy pre-treatment in patients with atrial septal defects and pulmonary arterial hypertension to permit safe repair (“treat-and-repair”)Constantine, A; Dimopoulos, K
27-Jun-2019Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension following long-term peripherally inserted central venous catheter useMasding, A; Preston, SD; Toshner, M; Barnett, J; Harries, C, et al
28-May-2019Blood viscosity and its relevance to the diagnosis and management of pulmonary hypertensionKempny, A; Dimopoulos, K; Fraisse, A; Diller, G-P; Price, LC, et al
24-Jul-2019Right ventricle to left ventricle ratio at CTPA predicts mortality in interstitial lung diseaseBax, S; Jacob, J; Ahmed, R; Bredy, C; Dimopoulos, K, et al
3-Sep-2019Modifiable risk factors in congenital heart disease: Education, transition, digital health and choice architectureConstantine, A; Barradas-Pires, A; Dimopoulos, K
1-Sep-2019The effects of parenteral prostacycline therapy as add-on treatment to oral compounds in Eisenmenger syndromeD'Alto, M; Constantine, A; Balint, OH; Romeo, E; Argiento, P, et al