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    1. PPT - Congenital Heart Diseases PowerPoint Presentation - ID:3964208

      • Congenital Heart Diseases - PowerPoint PPT Presentation. By nasia. Follow User.
      • -Congenital heart disease is a general term used to describe abnormalities of the heart or great vessels that are
      • An acardius is a birth defect in which there is no heart. If the pregnancy goes to term, it is always...

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    2. Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Lecture for C-I students 1

      • Congenital Heart Disease by Jessie Madz 65454 views.
      • Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease1. Cyanotic lesions with decreased pulmonary blood flow1.1 Tetralogy of
      • Congenital heart diseases (Cyanotic CHD). Deepak Chinagi. A good ppt on Clinical congenital heart disease for Post Graduate.

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    3. Congenital Heart Disease - ppt download

      • 1 Congenital Heart Disease Mohammed Alghamdi, MD, FRCPC (peds), FRCPC (card), FAAP, FACC Assistant Professor and Consultant Pediatric Cardiology, Cardiac Science King Fahad Cardiac Centre King Saud University. 2 INTRODUCTION Is the most common congenital anomalies in children.

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    4. PPT - HEART DISEASE IN PREGNANCY PowerPoint Presentation - ID:891340

      • Heart disease in pregnancy. The incidence of cardiac lesion is less than 1% among hospital deliveries. The commonest cardiac lesion is of rheumatic origin followed the congenital ones. Rheumatic valvular lesion predominantly includes mitral stenosis (80%) Slideshow 891340 by louvain.

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    5. Heart Diseases In Pregnancy.ppt | Heart | Congenital Heart Defect

      • Heart Diseases In Pregnancy.ppt. Uploaded by Kirubah Sai Patnaik.
      • MVP (isolated or with mild or moderate MR and normal LV function) 7. Repaired acyanotic congenital heart disease without residual cardiac dysfunction 1. 4. MR with normal LV function and NYHA Class I or II 8. 3. 2.Box 1...

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    6. Congenital Heart Disease in Pregnancy PowerPoint Presentation, PPT - DocSlides

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    7. A good ppt on Clinical congenital heart disease for Post Graduate

      • Congenital heart disease (chd) by Girmawi-Mekelle 50753 views. tetralogy of fallot by Kalpana Bollam 41003 views.
      • 1. Clinical congenital heart disease Prof M S Ranjit MD DCH Senior consultant paed.

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    8. PPT - How to Prepare For the High Cost of Congenital Heart Disease and Caesarean During Pregnancy PowerPoint Presentation - ID:7758216

      • Congenital heart disease is now common among children in. Singapore. The reason may be several and require special treatment.
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    9. PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES IN PREGNANCY AND CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE COMPLICATING PREGNANCY. - ppt download

      • Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease. Heart Failure in Pregnancy. Cardioanaesthesia. Coronary artery disease O 2 delivery Coronary blood flow = directly related to coronary perfusion pressure (CPP) CPP = aortic diastolic.
      • A Quick Tour of Congenital Heart Disease. Heart Failure in Pregnancy.

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    10. Risk factors for congenital heart disease | NHS inform

      • Congenital heart disease is the most common type of birth defect, with 1 in 180 babies being born with the condition. Some babies born with congenital heart disease will require immediate surgery after birth, while many others will probably require surgery or medication at some point during their childhood.

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