cyanotic heart disease

cyanotic heart disease

See Congenital heart disease, Ischemic heart disease.
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23) TGA is one of the common forms of cyanotic heart disease, and initial management can include atrial septostomy to treat the initial cyanosis.
4%), the source of infection was from the heart, either due to cyanotic heart disease or infective endocarditis.
In patients with cyanotic heart disease, underlying coagulopathy and polycythaemia are responsible for predisposing them to stroke.
Despite such developmental differences, the myocardium in cyanotic heart disease and heart failure might be more susceptible to ischaemia and subsequently oxidative stress [16,23,30].
Most of the deaths occurred on 2nd post-operative day due to viscid tracheobronchial secretions blocking airway and subsequent were due to septicemia, cyanotic heart disease, gastro-oesophageal reflux and aspiration.
Medical problems in pregnancy [7] Medical problems unique to pregnancy Eclampsia, pre-eclampsia HELLP syndrome (haemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets) Acute fatty liver of pregnancy Medical problems exacerbated by pregnancy Cardiac disease: stenotic valvular lesions, cyanotic heart disease, primary pulmonary hypertension Common medical problems unrelated to pregnancy Pneumonia HIV-related opportunistic infections Medical problems which are more severe in pregnancy Infuenza Malaria Varicella zoster pneumonitis
Keywords: Double outlet right ventricle Cyanotic heart disease Atrioventricular canal defect Pulmonary stenosis.
53 patients who were operated because of congenital cyanotic heart disease between 1989 and 1994 in Istanbul University Institute of Cardiology were included in the study.
Another notable finding from other studies is that women with cyanotic heart disease have a higher risk of having a baby with CHD than do women with noncyanotic heart disease.
But Nathan had cyanotic heart disease, resulting in low oxygen levels in the blood, and his heart had holes and was malformed.
We usuallyrestrict aprotinin use to patients with complex congenital heart disease where a long bypass time is expected, those with cyanotic heart disease and neonates.
Infections can also come from an unknown source or from the lung or heart; one example is cyanotic heart disease.