National Pass - Blue Mountains - Australia
    hub sciencedirect scopus applications register login login go to scival suite username: password: remember me | not registered? Forgotten your username or password? Go to athens / institution login remote access activation home publications search my settings my alerts shopping cart help export citation purchase more options... viagra discount online buying generic viagra on line discount generic viagra secure canadian pharmacy online cheap viagra buy real viagra viagra for sale classicmotocrossimages.com/mbs-order-cheap-viagra-online-jt/ discount super viagra cheap viagra cheap generic viagra Email article signed up for journal alerts [remove] alert me about new articles in this journal your selection(s) could not be saved due to an internal error. Please try again. Search     all fields     author advanced search     journal/book title     volume   issue   page search tips article outline is loading... Javascript required for article outline indian heart journal volume 64, issue 4, july–august 2012, pages 423–426 sponsored article different transcatheter strategies for aortic coarctation associated with patent ductus arteriosus anil kumar singhi a , kothandam sivakumar b , , a miot centre for children's cardiac care, miot hospital, 4/112, mount poonamalle road, manapakkam, chennai 600089, india b chief pediatric cardiologist and senior consultant, miot centre for children's cardiac care, miot hospital, 4/112, mount poonamalle road, manapakkam, chennai 600089, india available online 2 july 2012 how to cite or link using doi permissions & reprints view full text purchase $31. 50 1. Introduction 2. Patient 1 3. Patient 2 4. Patient 3 5. Discussion 6. Conclusion conflicts of interest references abstract background older patients with combination of aortic coarctation and large patent ductus arteriosus can be managed with transcatheter interventions. The strategies depend on anatomy of coarctation and size of ductus arteriosus. Methods we present three different patients with this combination. The anatomic factors like isthmic hypoplasia, dilatation of post coarctation descending aorta and size of ductus arteriosus were noted. Results patients with isthmic hypoplasia needed stent angioplasty of the coarctation. If there is no dilatation of post coarctation aorta, a single covered stent excluded the ductus arteriosus and relieved the coarctation gradients. Dilated post coarctation aorta precluded a covered stent and warranted closure of duct with occluder device and stent angioplasty of coarctation. When there is a good sized aortic isthmus in a discrete membranous coarctation, device closure of the duct and balloon aortoplasty was successful. Conclusions in coarctation with patent ductus arteriosus associated with good sized aortic isthmus, closure of duct with duct occluder device and balloon aortoplasty would correct the lesions. If there is isthmic hypoplasia.

One of Australia's finest bushwalking trails.
Six kilometres of majestic wild scenery and waterfalls in the
Greater Blue Mountains
World Heritage Area.




Building the National Pass

The National Pass hiking track was built with picks, shovels, crowbars and dynamite between 1906 and 1907. It involved cutting a zig-zag staircase into a cliff face and became a very popular walking trail.   Learn more

Restoring the Trail

After 95 years service, the track had to be closed in 2002. Bushfires, rain storms and landslides played havoc with fencing and wooden bridges. The $1.5 million restoration project won a National Trust award.   Learn more

Bushwalking Tips

Walking this historic trail will be more enjoyable if you prepare well. Bring a camera and binoculars if you can. Make sure you have adequate clothing should the weather change. Carry water and snacks. Don't stray off the trail.