The management of high-risk neonates with hypoplastic left heart syndrome or its variants remains a tremendous surgical and medical challenge for our specialty. The hybrid strategy has been shown to improve outcomes in high-risk patients. This article illustrates the specific technical details of bilateral branch pulmonary artery banding for such high-risk patients.
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Published online: June 12, 2022
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