congenital heart defect

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A congenital heart defect, often called the "blue baby syndrome"
A congenital heart defect, often called the 'blue baby syndrome' as it causes the skin to turn bluish in color due to deoxygenated blood in the baby's system.
USA], Dec 18 ( ANI ): Higher blood sugar in early pregnancy can up the risk of a congenital heart defect in babies, according to a research.
Keywords: Pulse oximetry, Congenital heart defects, Newborn.
Our objective was to determine the relationship between elevated temperatures during pregnancy and risk of congenital heart defects in offspring.
Conclusion: Congenital Heart Defects are very common in our setup and early detection of CHD is increasing.
The percentage of adults diagnosed with congenital heart defects tends to increase year by year, thus increasing the appearance of the condition by almost another 1 per cent in the general population," Pamporidis said.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Congenital Heart Public Health Consortium (CHPHC), congenital heart defects are the most common birth defects.
Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week, held February 7-14, is an annual observance to promote awareness and education about congenital heart defects (CHDs).
He also has a special interest in children with heart disease would like to see a local Mended Little Hearts Group formed for families of children with congenital heart defects.
This illustrated reference offers a practice-based overview of pediatric cardiology and congenital heart defects, intended to assist diagnosis and treatment decisions.
But there are now more than 20 years of data that point toward a larger role for folic acid in preventing common, and in some cases devastating, congenital heart defects.
The Irish-funded Flying Doctors cardiac mission is to aid children suffering from congenital heart defects as a result of the nuclear disaster in 1986.
Surgeons of Gil Hospital located in Incheon of South Korea performed operations on six children from Kyrgyzstan to treat congenital heart defects, the Kyrgyz Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported.
CONGENITAL heart defects are claiming the lives of dozens of Yorkshire children before they reach school age.
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