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ductus venosus

structure in liver which allows most blood to bypass the liver and enter directly into the inferior vena cava

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foramen ovale

opening between atria allowing some fetal blood to pass from right side of heart to left, bypassing right ventricle and lungs

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ductus arteriosus

between the pulm artery and aorta which allows blood to bypass the lungs and enter directly into descending aorta

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which side of the heart is more oxygenated and what %

left side- blood is returning from the lungs (about 95%)
right side- (72-80%)

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atria pressure

thin walled chambers, low pressure

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ventricle pressure

thicker walled with high pressure

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left ventricle has what

the greatest presssure because it must pump blood into the high pressure systemic circulation

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what is a cardiac shunt

an abnormal blood flow through the heart or great vessle

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left to right shunt

oxygenated blood flow from the left side of heart goes to the right side, going through the lungs again

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right to left shunt

less o2 blood goes from the right side of the heart to the left side skipping the lungs

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what is a functional murmur

usually seen with stress in children and infants, mostly normal and goes away with age, usually not of great concern

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what are the causes of congenital heart defects

1. alcohol, antiseizure,
2. maternal rubella
3heredity
4. diabetic mothers
5. 10x greater change of siblings have defects
6. environment

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atrial septal defect

Left-> right
abnormal opening between atria leading to increased pressure and o2 on right side of heart

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where do most of the atrial septal defects happen

90% occure at foramen ovale

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clinical mani of atrial septal defect

usually asymptomatic
may show s/s of HF

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ventricular septal defect

left-> right shunt
abnormal opening between the ventricles leading to increased pressure and o2 on R side of heart (RV)

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clinical mani of ventricular septal defect

1. usually asymptomatic (most close spontaneously)
2. may see s/s increased volume or HF on R side
3. most common CHD

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patent ductus artheriosus

left-> right shunt
failure of fetal structure to close after birth

blood shunted from high pressure aorta to low pressure pulmonary artery

usually closes with higher o2 levels

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clinical mani of patent ductus arteriosus

may see s/s of HF or increased volume of R side

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coarctation of aorta

acyanotic heart disease
narrowing of aorta

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what are the two types of coarctation of aorta

1. pre-ductal
2. post ductal

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pre-ductal coarctation of aorta

between the ductus arteriosus and subclavian artery (most severe)

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post-ductal coarctation of aorta

distal to the ductus arteriosus

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clinical mani of coartation of aorta on the proximal side

increased pressure proximal to the defect causes
1. high BP
2. bounding pulses in upper extremities
3. dizziness, headache, fainting,

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clinical mani of coarctation of aorta distal

decreased blood supply distal to defect causes:
1. low BP
2. decreased/absent femoral pulses
3. muscle cramps, cool pale extremities

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cyanotic heart disease

right-left shunt
desaturated venous blood flows into the left side of the heart, bypassing the lungs because the pressure on the right side is greater than the left or the vessels are misplaced

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what are the 4 defects in tetralogy of fallot

1. VSD- ventricle septal defect
2. pulmonic valve stenosis
3. overriding aorta (shift into right ventricle)
4. R ventricle hyertrophy

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what are the clinical mani of tetalogy of fallot

(related to degree of pulm stenosis)
1. Polycythemia
2. anoxic spells
3. increases systemic vascular resistance
4. shunted physical growth
5. murmer
6. squatting
5. clubbing

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what all happens with the tetralogy of fallot

increased pressure in the RV leads to right ventricle hypertrophy. Pulmonary valve stenosis and open VSD lead to blood being shunted into the overriding aorta and lV

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where does the pressure increase and move to in tetralogy of fallot

high pressure on right pushing to the left