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This booklet is part of the ‘Understanding your child’s heart’ series. It is written to help parents and health professionals who are caring for a child with congenital heart disease.
Format: Booklet, 36 pages
Extended description: This booklet is part of the ‘Understanding your child’s heart’ series. It is written to help parents and health professionals who are caring for a child with congenital heart disease. Each booklet:
• discusses the way the normal heart works and explains congenital heart disease
• explains a particular congenital heart condition, its diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment
• gives information on coping and contacts for additional support.
Resource Code: C1
Publications for: Health Professionals, Parents
Subject: Heart Conditions, Recovery / Everyday Life, Treatments for Heart Conditions
Age Group: Adults, Parents
Similar publications: C7 Single Ventricle Circulation, C8 Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum, C9 Hypoplastic Left Heart, C10 Tricuspid Atresia, C11 Double Inlet Ventricle