What Is Complex Congenital Heart Disease?

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What is complex congenital heart disease? What does ‘complex’ mean?

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The symptoms of congenital heart disease range from none to life-threatening. The complex congenital heart disease is also referred to C-CHD, which is one kind of the heart and great vessels in the anatomical structure and the abnormal connection or arrangement, accompanied by more than the heart of a variety of complex malformations congenital heart disease.

Complex congenital heart disease means that you need immediate medical treatment. Occasionally, a heart transplantation is needed.

 

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