Low blood oxygen levels can be caused by Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease. Congenital means “present at birth”. Cyanosis means “child’s skin to look blue” or a bluish discoloration of skin and mucous membranes.
Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease is confirmed at cardiac catheterization. Note that, newborn presents with progressive cyanosis unresponsive to oxygen therapy. Cyanotic heart disease is a heart defect.
Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease is the most common cardiac lesion in the cyanotic newborn. Heart defects can change the way blood flows through the lungs and heart. Child with this disease usually have skin that looks blue on lips, fingers, and toes, or during exercise. FYI, some heart defects cause major problems immediately after birth. Others cause few.
Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease may cause many symptoms such as bluish, breathing problems or dyspnea, Anxiety, overbreathing, feeding problems or reduced appetite, tiredness all the time, puffy eyes or face, etc. Cyanotic Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease can be prevented through many ways.
First, Avoid using alcohol and drugs during pregnancy. Women with manic-depressive disorder should consult their health care provider about the risks and benefits of various treatments for this condition during pregnancy.
To confirm cyanosis, we need to take physical examination. After the disease confirmed, surgery is the best way to cure this disease. There are many types of surgery, depending on the kind of birth defect. Surgery may be needed soon after birth. If not, it may be delayed for months or even years.
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