Congenital heart diseases, Biology

Congenital Heart Diseases 

Congenital heart diseases are classified in many ways. One set of classification is cyanotic and acynotic conditions. Morphological classification include defects of the septum, obstructive disorders and anomalies of connections. Cynotic and acynotic conditions may be present in one morphological condition itself e.g. TOF is a cyanotic condition which has septal defect, obstructive disorder and anomalies of blood vessels origin. You will study more detail about congenital heart diseases and their management in your pediatric nursing.

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