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What Happens If A Baby Has Tricuspid Atresia
Need Surgery: All infants with tricuspid atresia will require surgery if they survive (which most do). They will ultimately require a few surgeries and this depends on what form of tricuspid atresia they have--but all will ultimately require a fontan. But if no other issues, they can do relatively well overall. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Outcome of TA: TA is an uncommon, congenital heart defect usually diagnosed before birth. After birth infants usually require urgent medical intervention (IV medication) and surgery soon after. The long term management includes at least 2 additional operations (Fontan procedure).Children with successful Fontan may have good(but not normal) quality of life ...Read more
No way to know: The best way to know is to ask your treating cardiologist.Some have great results from their heart surgery and some don't fare as well.You may function well in your daily life, but the stress of a pregnancy is hard on some women with normal hearts.Prenatal counseling with your docs and a geneticist would be worthwhile. Your risk of a baby with a heart defect could be as high as 8-10%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: This question would be best answered by a cardiologist with expertise in adults with congenital heart disease. Many women with ta have had successful pregnancies. It depends on how well your heart is functioning, what medications you are taking, the presence of abnormal heart rhythms, and the presence of other health problems. Your age is also a factor. Discuss with your cardiologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tricuspid atresia: read this: http://www.childrenshospital.org/health-topics/conditions/t/tricuspid-atresia?_vsrefdom=TricuspidAtresia&gclid=Cj0KEQiAkdajBRCJ_7_j6sCck7wBEiQAppb2i0QI5C2d1wkS4Obu2m1LZlsCF7tEflJrx-VoORfHi58aAr298P8HAQGet a more detailed answer ›
Yes...: Tricuspid atresia is a congenital problem of the tricuspid valve, the inflow valve to the right ventricle. With this valve issue the right ventricle doesn't usually form normally. In the first week of life it will be established if the lungs are getting an appropriate amount of flow. Kids usually have 2 or 3 surgeries to in the first four years of life. Surgeries include the glenn and fontan. ...Read more
Congenital heart dis: Tricuspid atresia is a serious congenital heart defect. The tricuspid valve connects the right atrium, which receives blood from the body, to the right ventricle, which pumps to the lungs. This can be diagnosed by prenatal ultrasound. Early therapy can be life-saving, but typically three palliative surgeries are required for long-term survival. Surgery creates reliable blood flow to the lungs. ...Read more
Varies: Tricuspid atresia is.Get a more detailed answer ›
Variable: Could be a dorv double outlet right ventricle which can incorporate the defects mentioned. ...Read more
Tetralogy of Fallot: I think there's one more part to the classic presentation. ...Read more
I have tricuspid valve artesia, and have a pacemaker. i have been smoking marijuana for 3 years, what are my health risk.
No one knows.: You do have some risk from the atresia of the valve, and recently a new.study suggests that there is an increased risk of myocardial infarction (heart attacks) in people who smoke marijuana regularly. Since that study has not yet been duplicated, I don't know what to make of it, but it is something to consider. You might consider cutting back on the marijuana some until the issue is sorted out. ...Read more
I had asd repair as an infant. I have tricuspid regurgitation, low bp, high pulse, fluid retention and chest heaviness. I have to take a lot of deep breaths, what should I do?
I am 34 y/o and 4 foot 9 inches female i weight 134 lbs history of tricuspid regurgitation and asd repair as a infant. Having chest pain, heaviness, left arm aching pain and heart palpatations . Please help !?
Get Help: Serious issues can develop after hear surgery. Your palpitations are concerning for an abnormal heart rhythm. You should follow-up for life with a cardiologist specifically trained in adult congenital cardiology. Nationwide children's hosp and the cleveland clinic have such cardiologists. Your symptoms are concerning, so please see a cardiologist soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Roughly half of the esophageal atresia cases with or without te fistula (lung attachment) occur in isolation with polygenic influence.(little recurrence risk) the others occur with other defects in heart, kidney, bone or other areas. Genetic microarray studies have shown chromasomal micro-deletions in these more complex cases.(more recurrence risk) prenatal genetic counseling can define your risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: True intestinal atresia, that is bowel that is discontinuous requires urgent operation. There are some circumstances such as following gastroschisis repair after which the diagnosis may be suspected but not confirmed. In that case surgery can be delayed until the diagnosis is clear. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Surgery: this is usually a birth defect that CAN BE CORRECTED WITH SURGERY ...Read more
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