congenital heart defect

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And because an oxygen deficiency may not be apparent within a few days of birth, Peters also wants every parent "to go home from the hospital with a list of symptoms'' of critical congenital heart disorder, which include excessive sleepiness, sweating while nursing, and skin with a bluish or purplish color.
Raahim suffered from a rare congenital heart disorder that obstructed blood flow to his heart, making it difficult to breathe.
During my two-hour session, the machine informed me that I had a congenital heart disorder (which I knew) and that my kidneys and liver were under stress.
The ostium secundum ASD is the most common congenital heart disorder reported during pregnancy.
He had battled a congenital heart disorder since he was born and, despite having pacemakers since he was six, he grew continually weaker.
In Cantell's pentology, other congenital heart disorders are present in association with abdominal wall, sternum, diaphragm and pericardium disorders (1, 9).
There are, for example, doctors who specialize in areas such as congenital heart disorders, cardio-oncology, pediatrics, hypertension (called nephrologists), and so forth.
But new findings in mice provide a dramatic counterexample--with implications for the treatment of congenital heart disorders in humans.
Featuring Centers of Excellence for the treatment of diabetes and congenital heart disorders, Children's Hospital also operates the region's only level 1 pediatric trauma unit and a neonatal intensive care unit with the highest designated level of care.
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