congenital heart defect

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com/) is dedicated to raising awareness of congenital heart defects and funding research.
While some studies have shown a protective effect of folic acid in congenital heart defects at low levels, such as the 0.
As screening for critical congenital heart defects (CCHDs) is carried out across the U.
The incidence of any congenital heart defect was 28.
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An autopsy showed the boy had a congenital heart defect, the medical examiner said.
Houser, who was 22, had a congenital heart defect and had been on the transplant waiting list since June 1998.
A congenital heart defect occurs when the heart or blood vessels near it fail to develop normally before birth.
It's the hospital's 13th Annual Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Day Party, an event with great meaning for everyone, especially since February 7-14 is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week.
Approximately 9 people in 1,000 are born with a congenital heart defect.
When Breckyn arrived at Children's Mercy, we discovered she had a critical congenital heart defect know as transposition of the great arteries," noted Dr.
com)-- Trey Watson, owner of Legg Creek Farm, LLC, a Douglass, Texas-based fruit tree nursery, has announced that his company will be donating 10% of gross sales to congenital heart defect research in honor of Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week.
Seb, now three, was born with a congenital heart defect and was given life-saving surgery at the age of 16 weeks.
Women with both risk factors were more than twice as likely to give birth to a baby with a congenital heart defect as those with just one.
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