acyanotic

acyanotic

 [a-si″ah-not´ik]
not characterized or accompanied by cyanosis.

a·cy·a·not·ic

(ā'sī-ă-not'ik),
Characterized by absence of cyanosis.

acyanotic

/acy·a·not·ic/ (a-si″ah-not´ik) characterized by absence of cyanosis.

acyanotic

[ā′sī·ənot′ik]
Etymology: Gk, a, not, kyanos, blue
lacking a blue appearance of the skin and mucous membranes. The lack is suggestive of adequate oxygenation. Compare cyanosis.

a·cy·a·not·ic

(ā-sī'ă-not'ik)
Characterized by absence of cyanosis.

a·cy·a·not·ic

(ā-sī'ă-not'ik)
Characterized by absence of cyanosis.

acyanotic (āsī´yənot´ik),

adj refers to the absence of cyanosis, or deficient oxygenation of blood. Typically used in reference to types of congenital heart defects that do not prevent blood from being properly oxygenated by the lungs.

acyanotic

not characterized or accompanied by cyanosis.

acyanotic heart malformations
congenital cardiac malformations which permit life-sustaining levels of activity; includes pulmonary stenosis, aortic stenosis, interatrial septal defect, small ventricular septal defect, dextrocardia and some cases of ectopia cordis.
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Acyanotic congenital heart disease patients are under less oxidative stress than are those with cyanotic congenital heart disease.
But results of a more recent study in 1,287 children suggest that palivizumab is effective and safe for children younger than 24 months with cyanotic or acyanotic heart disease.
In one study of 56 newborns and 75 infants with congenital heart disease, more than 50% of newborns and 38% of infants had neurologic abnormalities before open-heart surgery Newborns with acyanotic heart lesions were more likely to demonstrate compromise than were those with cyanotic defects.
Acyanotic lesions were more common in the nonsurgery group; cyanotic lesions predated in the postoperative group.
All new children below fifteen years of age with suspected acyanotic congenital heart disease referred to a single tertiary referral centre were analyzed.
Children with cyanotic congenital heart disease have poorer clinical outcomes than acyanotic patients.
Graph differentiating cyanotic and acyanotic Congenital Heart Diseases Type of Heart Disease No.
Elective primary repair of acyanotic tetralogy of Fallot in early infancy: overall outcome and impact on the pulmonary valve.
Objective: To compare the outcome of cyanotic and Acyanotic patients undergone congenital cardiac surgery.
3 Total 59 100 390 100 Table 3: Distribution of cases according to cyanotic and acyanotic CHD N % Type of CHD Acyanotic CHD 347 88.
2D Echocardiography revealed congenital acyanotic heart disease.