Syed Ali Zaidi from Montefiore Medical Center: Great Progress Made in Treating Pregnancy for Congenital Heart Disease Patients

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Even the most severe cases of congenital heart disease can be treated to a level where they can safely navigate high risk pregnancies.

Even the most severe cases of congenital heart disease can be treated to a level where they can safely navigate high risk pregnancies.

Syed Ali N. Zaidi, MD, from Montefiore Medical Center discussed what this treatment might include during part 2 of our interview with the doctor in the Bronx. He discussed one case of a patient with Marfan Syndrome who was able to have a child after three open heart procedures.

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