Pediatric Cardiology

Session 4. Pediatric Cardiology

The diagnosis of intrinsic cardiac abandonment is the responsibility of Pediatric cardiology, which employs suggestive techniques such as echocardiograms, cardiovascular catheterization, and electrophysiology. The rise in the number of babies with intrinsic coronary hearts is a reference to both the neonatal intensive care unit and the potential for abnormalities. The ECG and chest X-ray frequently support the neonatal finding. A fetal echocardiogram can be used to detect the congestive coronary heart defect, or hydrops, in an embryo. Also investigated are the difficulties that arise during heart regenerative and regeneration surgical operations. In addition to these approaches, providing nursing care for children with coronary heart disease is a crucial task in helping Pediatric cardiac patients.

  • Cardiorespiratory disorders
  • Pediatric hypertension
  • Pediatric arrhythmias
  • Hypoplastic left heart

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