One in every 100 children born with heart defect

One in every 100 children born with heart defect


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One in every 100 children born with heart defect
Posted in 2015

Healthy heart blood flow patterns
The normal blood flow is a cycle that flows like this; body-heart-lungs-heart-body. Next we will look at each step.
From the body to the heart. Figure B below shows dark bluish blood, low in oxygen, flowing back to the heart after circulating through the body. It returns to the heart through veins and enters the right atrium. This chamber empties blood through the tricuspid valve (B) into the right ventricle.
From the heart to the lungs
The right ventricle pumps the blood under low pressure through the pulmonary valve into the pulmonary artery. From there the blood goes to the lungs where it gets fresh oxygen (C).
From the lungs to the heart
After the blood is refreshed with oxygen, it's bright red. Then it returns to the left heart through the pulmonary veins to the left atrium. From there it passes through the mitral valve (D) and enters the left ventricle.
From the heart to the body
The left ventricle pumps the red oxygen-rich blood out through the aortic valve into the aorta (E). The aorta takes blood to the body's general circulation. The blood pressure in the left ventricle is the same as the pressure measured in the arm.
This is the blood flow pattern. Generally we are hearing Heart Attack. If any blood flow pattern is blocked due to any reason than blood cannot flow to other part which required 24 hours blood flow. It is called Heart attack.
The main cause of Heart Attack is unhealthy food and unhealthy life style.
Approximately one in every 100 babies is born with a heart defect. This is called a congenital heart defect (CHD). Some defects are mild and cause no significant disturbance to the way the heart functions. However, more than half of all children with CHD have a condition that is serious enough to require treatment. 

How the heart works

The heart is a double pump made up of four chambers. Its role is to provide the body with oxygen. The heart takes blood through these stages:

  • It takes blood that is low in oxygen into the right collecting chamber (right atrium) and squeezes it into the right pumping chamber (right ventricle).
  • Blood is then pumped through an artery to the lungs to pick up oxygen.
  • From the lungs, blood packed with oxygen goes into the left collecting chamber (left atrium).
  • It then goes into the lower left pumping chamber (left ventricle) and into an artery (the aorta), where it starts its journey around the body again.
My advise
1.... If the heart and blood vessels fail to grow properly during fetal development, this may cause:
  • Blockages that prevent blood flow around the heart and arteries
  • Blood to travel abnormally through the heart (for instance, across ‘holes’ in the walls that separate the two sides of the heart)
  • Parts of the heart itself to be underdeveloped.
2.... The mother should supply sufficient water and oxygen to her child before delivery.
3...   I have seen many children born with heart problems such as holes, blockage..............  they are born week and they need surgery after birth  but they will not live.
4...   I advise every woman to drink water and eat healthy food to supply oxygen to her child as needed.

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