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  1. […] signals through their heart that allow them to function correctly and will require a pacemaker (CHF, 2014). Pacemakers, in the past, have proven to be problematic when it comes to MRI due to their […]

  2. […] aren’t much of a worry as your atriums are low pressure. He also has a restrictive VSD, small and also not much of worry. These are also extremely common from birth and it should close […]

  3. […] surgery was successful, and it all went as planned. Our little one was indeed the strongest and most […]

  4. […] hygienist to get them cleaned every six months, especially as, because I have heart condition, I have to be careful about infection, particularly in the mouth. I had endocartitis as a child and it was Not Good (as my daughter would […]

  5. […] that her precious baby is severely poorly. This is a very rare, critical heart condition called Truncus Arteriosus and it only occurs in less than one out of 10,000 births. She has been also told her baby might […]

  6. […] told Carla (who had drawn that heart with heart), “Carla!  My heart doesn’t look like that!”  She agreed, […]

  7. […] lad needs more open heart surgery next year.  We have always known this to be the case.  He has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, the left side of his heart doesn’t work.  The surgical pathway is a 3-stage process: […]

  8. […] was born with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA), Pulmonary Stenosis and various other non-heart related medical conditions which have made my life […]

  9. […] Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) – Children’s Heart … – Video embedded  · What is Hypoplastic left heart syndrome? Hypoplastic … So hypoplastic left heart syndrome … The surgery is palliative and does not result in a ‘cure … […]

  10. […] was born with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA), Pulmonary Stenosis and various other non-heart related […]

  11. […] he was born almost 10 years ago, he was born with a heart condition called transposition of the great arteries which was only revealed when he was born.  I had never heard of it and had no family […]

  12. […] I really don’t want to get too scientific, but if you want to,  you can read up further on the condition here. […]

  13. […] an Olympic champion who has won two gold medals in snowboarding, Shaun White has not let having Fallot’s Tetralogy stop him. A huge […]