What Means Your Kids’ Coronary Heart Failure?

Q:
There are many symptoms for coronary heart failure of the elderly. What about the symptoms for kids?
A:
The symptoms also depend according to the age.

For the infants, they even take more time eating, especially more likely to be sweaty than others. Besides, they have trouble breathing. Swelling in face or extremities is also one of the signs.

Older children may suffer from shortness of breath and difficulty in minimal exercise. Sleeping is not easy for them, either. Parents should pay more attention to the other symptoms like coughing, dizziness, fainting, and chest pain.

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