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New data released from an International Society for Adult Congenital Heart Disease and American Congenital Heart Association supported international patient registry on #COVID19 outcomes in people with ACHD, presented at the 30th International Symposium on October 8, 2020.

Recent registry data shows 4.4% COVID-related death rate and 8.9% COVID-related complication rate

General findings from COVID-19 and CHD registry

Significant univariate associations with COVID-related death:

  • older age
  • diabetes
  • baseline cyanosis/hypoxemia
  • prior arrhythmia or CHF
  • worse NYHA functional class
  • heavier weight
  • renal disease
  • pulmonary hypertension
  • higher RV systolic pressure
  • higher BNP prior to infection

Significant univariate associations with COVID-related death in ACHD

Similar associations for COVID-related complications

Significant univariate associations with COVID-related complications in ACHD

Anatomic classification does not appear to be associated with adverse outcomes in the #ACHD cohort, but physiologic classification does. You can refer to details of anatomic/physiologic classification in Table 4 from the 2018 ACHD guidelines here: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/epub/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000603

Conclusions from COVID-19 and CHD registry study

Congratulations to study investigators Dr. Jamil Aboulhosn, Dr. Adrienne Kovacs and Dr. Craig Broberg, as well as all contributing centers and investigators!

International contributing centers and investigators

Thank you to International Society for Adult Congenital Heart Disease for providing this summary from the ISACHD Symposium 2020 @IntlACHD

 

Visit our COVID-19 and CHD information page for health information and Tips infographic for those living with CHD

Visit our COVID-19 Wellness and Activities Resources page for fun activities and resources for families

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