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Table 1 General characteristics of the participants

From: The pregnancy experience of Korean mothers with a prenatal fetal diagnosis of congenital heart disease

Participant Age group GA at diagnosis (weeks) GA at fetal counseling (weeks) Timing of first interview (months) Employment status Birth order Diagnosis
1 30s 23 23 6 Yes 1st TGA with VSD, PS
2 20s 25 32 3 No 1st FSV (AVSD, DORV, PS, TAPVR, Rt isomerism)
3 30s 23 26 6 Yes 1st Truncus arteriosus
4 30s 25 26 5 Yes 1st FSV (TA)
5 40s 27 27 3 Yes 2nd TGA with VSD, PDA
6 30s 23 23 6 No 1st FSV (Rt. Isomerism, DORV, CAVSD, PS, TAPVR
7 30s 34 37 3 No 1st HLHS
8 30s 22 22 6 No 1st DORV, VSD, CoA
9 20s 21 25 1 No 1st FSV (DORV, DIRV, PS, ASD, rudimentary LV)
10 20s 25 26 4 No 1st TOF
11 30s 23 32 1 Yes 2nd PA with VSD, MAPCA
12 30s 22 27 4 Yes 1st DORV, ASD
  1. GA gestational age, TGA transposition of the great arteries, VSD ventricular septal defect, PS pulmonary stenosis, FSV functional single ventricle, AVSD atrioventricular septal defect, DORV double outlet right ventricle, TAPVR total anomalous pulmonary venous return, Rt right, TA tricuspid atresia, PDA patent ductus arteriosus, HLHS hypoplastic left heart syndrome, CoA coarctation of the aorta, DIRV double inlet right ventricle, ASD atrial septal defect, LV left ventricle, TOF tetralogy of Fallot, PA pulmonary atresia, MAPCA major aorto-pulmonary collateral artery