The correlations that we observed between [PM.sub.10] exposure and the risk of fetal heart malformations
seemed to be comparable to or stronger than, and the exposure levels of [PM.sub.10] were higher than, those reported by Gilboa et al.
Paroxetine has been incriminated for heart malformations
(atrial and ventricular septal defects), reason for which it has been included in the D category.
The other heart malformations
were processed after patent ductus arteriosus was closed successfully.
More than 700 babies are diagnosed each year in Lebanon with the disorder, which produces heart malformations
during pregnancy, and Khalifeh said that administering treatment to those who required it was a massive task for BHF.
According to the research, these children could suffer from gastrointestinal, spinal and heart malformations
The many cardiac services here range from coronary artery bypass surgery, heart valve surgery, major blood vessel diseases, and surgical correction of congenital heart malformations
. Thoraric and lung surgeries can also be performed.
Is monosomy for the DiGeorge locus on chromosome 22 responsible for isolated heart malformations
? Am J Hum Genet 49 (suppl): 90, 1991.
Congenital heart malformations
associated with disproportionate ventricular septal thickening.
According to the results of the study published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Canada, ensuring an adequate intake of vitamins and minerals by taking a single pill every day sharply cuts the likelihood of a wide range of severe birth defects, including such neural-tube defects as spina bifida, brain tumor, heart malformations
, truncated or missing limbs, urinary tract abnormalities and cleft palate.
It permits early identification of babies with congenital heart malformations
while they are still asymptomatic, when surgical correction can often markedly improve prognosis.