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The majority of heart disease in children is

Congenital (5 to 8 of every 1000 live births)

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The three causes of congenital heart disease

Genetic, Environmental, multifactorial (combo of genetic and environmental)
Multifactorial makes up the majority

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What does congenital mean

A disease that exists at birth or develops during the first month of life.

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Syndromes with Congenital Heart Disease

Down, Turner, Marfan, Noonan, 18, 13,

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Infections that can lead to congenital heart disease

Rubella

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Diseases that lead to congenital heart disease

PKU

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Drugs that lead to CHD

Thalidomide, Accutane, Trimethadione

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Toxins that lead to CHD

ALcohol and cocaine

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One mechanism that can lead to CHD is altered flow patterns during cardiac development

true

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Decreased right heart flow during cardiac development leads to

Tricuspid Atresia (TAT), Pulmonary Stenosis Valvular (PSV), Atrial septal defect (ASD)

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Decreased Left Heart Flow

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), Coarctation of the Aorta, Mitral Atresia (MAT)

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At birth, systemic resistance does what?

Increases

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At birth, pulmonary resistance does what?

decreases (lungs expand)

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At 24 hours, pulmonary resistance is (blank) of systemic resistance

one half

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Most common CHD

Ventricular septal defect...by a long shot.
Then atrial septal defect, pulmonary stenosis

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The various CHD abnormalities can be grouped into three categories. They are

abnormalities causing a Left to right shunt, Right to left shunt, and obstruction

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Dusky blueness of skin. What shunt is it?

Right to left shunt. blood avoids pulmonary circulation

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Left to right shunt

Expose the low pressure, low reisistnace pulmonary vasculature to increased volume and increased pressure. Leads to increased pulmonary vascular resistance which leads to right heart hypertrophy and eventually failure. With time, this increased resistance can cause reversal of the shunt to right to left.

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Atresia

Complete obstruction

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Most common shunt

Left to right...ASDs, VSDs, PDA (patent ductus arteriosus)

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What does the Foramen ovale do in fetal circulation

Allows blood to flow from the right atrium to the left. Bypasses the fetal lungs.

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pulmonary hypertension associated with

Left to right shunt. This pulm HTN can lead to a reversal of shunting and thus cyanosis. Seen earlier and more frequently at this severity in VSDs than ASDs.

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Whats the point of the ductus arteriosus during intrauterine life?

Its like a bridge between the pulmonary artery and the aorta. It permits blood flow from the pulm arteries to the aorta so that blood can bypass the unoxygenated lungs.

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When is the ductus usually obliterated

First few months of life

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PDA characteristics.

High pressure left to right shunts. Sounds like machinery in systole

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Cyanotic CHD (right to left shunt) associated with what conditions

tetralogy of fallot and transposition of the great vessels

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Physiologic murmurs

PPS, PFO

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Physiologic murmurs in toddlers

Still's, venous hum, pulmonary flow, carotid bruit

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Adult phyiologic murmurs

Mammary SOufle

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Are Physiologic murmurs ver in diastole

NO....only systole