Neonatal And Pediatric Heart Surgery
Heart surgery in new born and children is performed to repair congenital heart defects or the heart defects a child gets after birth. Congenital heart defect (CHD) is a defect in the structure of the heart that is present since birth. Both the congenital heart defects and the heart diseases a child gets after birth require surgery to be treated.
Heart defects can be of many kinds, minor, rare and more serious or the complex ones. Defects can be present inside the heart or can occur in the large blood vessels outside the heart. While some heart defects require surgery when the baby is born, other minor ones can wait until the child reaches a certain age.
Neonatal and pediatric heart surgery diagnoses and enables surgical procedures to treat heart defects in infants, children and young adults.
Why is the surgery performed?
Surgery is performed if the defect happens to be harmful to the child’s health or well-being. Congenital heart defects affect the flow of blood to the heart and such defects need repair soon after birth. Certain heart defects may not need surgical procedures to be repaired. In some cases, one surgery may be enough to repair the heart defect; however, in some cases a series of procedures may be needed.
Common symptoms that indicate the need for surgical procedure
- Poor feeding or sleeping, or growth and development of the child
- Blue or gray skin, lips, and nail beds (cyanosis)
- Difficulty in breathing
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