Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease: Pediatric heart disease describes different heart conditions in children. Pediatric heart disease refers to a problem that causes a change in blood flow through the heart in children. Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease is the most common birth defect.
Congenital Cardiovascular Disease: Congenital cardiovascular disease is also known as congenital heart disease (CHDs) and constitutes most common type of birth defects. As advanced medical care and treatment, babies with a CHD are living longer and healthier lives. CHDs are present at birth and affect the structure of a baby’s heart. CHDs range from small hole in the heart to missing or poorly developed parts of the heart.
Different types of CHDs
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