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What are the symptoms of asd?

What are the symptoms of asd?

Most patients: Have no symptoms at all. The therapy is indicated to prevent late symptoms in adulthood like rhythm problems, exercise intolerance and rarely right heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. ...Read more

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What exactly is asd behavior?

What exactly is asd behavior?

ASD-what do U mean: Autism spectrum disorder, atrial septal defect, ? Please be more specific & use less initials when u ask questions. ...Read more

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What is the procedure to close an asd?

What is the procedure to close an asd?

There are two : Traditionally an ASD is closed with a surgical procedure. The hole can be sutured primarily or may require a patch to be sewn over the hole. Current surgical advances include the use of a mini sternotomy resulting in a smaller scar on the chest. Many asds can be closed with a device delivered from the leg through the large veins of the body. The device has a very success rate and leaves no scar. ...Read more

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Can a PDA cause a asd in my baby girl?

Can a PDA cause a asd in my baby girl?

No: They are two separate things. The ductus (pda) is supposed to be open prior to birth. It's part of how oxygen gets pumped from the umbilical cord to the rest of the body. It's supposed to close at birth. The atrial septum is the wall between the two upper heart chambers (there are four). If it has a hole in it, that's abnormal and called an asd. It can allow blood to flow the wrong direction. ...Read more

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Can smoking affect asd closure device?

Can smoking affect asd closure device?

Regretfully no: I would love to say yes, because no one should smoke. It is a vile habit with many health risks. But it doesn't directly do anything to an ASD or the device. ...Read more

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How do they suspect symptoms of asd in a newborn?

How do they suspect symptoms of asd in a newborn?

They don't: An atrial communication, a "hole", (pfo- patent foramen ovale) is present in all newborns. An ASD (atrial septal defect), a persistent important atrial communication is generally diagnosed later. The pfo closes soon after birth usually. A heart murmur or other abnormal heart sound is heard by the pediatrician at an office visit, and the child referred to a pediatric cardiologist for diagnosis. ...Read more

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How often does the corrective surgery for asd fail?

Very rarely: ASD surgery is usually very successful. There are some types of ASD that are more challenging, and there is a higher risk of having a small residual defect. While not a complete closure, small residual defects are not considered failures. ...Read more

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What is the best motocross kidney belt for ASD-PKD?

What is the best motocross kidney belt for ASD-PKD?

Check: Check your durable medical equipment company or local pharmacy. They may have a wide range of padding and confortable equipment to suit your needs. Good luck ...Read more

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What's the difference between a vsd and asd and murmur?

What's the difference between a vsd and asd and murmur?

Very different: Vsd is high frequency occurring during systole. Asd is low frequency occurring during diastole. ...Read more

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Will a child's weight increase after having asd surgery?

Possibly: An ASD repair will not cause an otherwise healthy child to gain weight. Rarely a child with an ASD will have significant enough heart failure that weight gain is slow. In those cases, repairing the ASD will restore normal weight gain. ...Read more

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