Treatment heart defects (without signs of decompensation) in Marianske Lazne
Heart defects are called congenital or acquired changes in the structure of its elements: valves, septums, walls, vessels. Decompensation or stage of decompensation refers to the last stage in the development of a disease in which the body can no longer independently maintain homeostasis, functions lost or weakened due to illness cease to be compensated by other systems. Congenital heart defects are manifested by a child’s lag in physical development, shortness of breath, pale or bluish skin. At the age of 2 years, anxiety, dyspnea, agitation may occur, sometimes accompanied by loss of consciousness. The group of so-called "pale" defects manifested in 8-12 years with headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness, pain in the chest, epigastric region and lower extremities, the lower half of the body begins to lag behind in development. Most defects can be surgically treated.