Liv Hospital Pediatric Cardiology Clinic equipped with advanced technology devices; With the help of specialist physician staff and physicians from different disciplines, it provides health care services for the treatment of heart diseases in infants and children aged 0-18 years.
Touching Little Hearts SuccessfullyIn many clinics, it is not possible to anesthetize children under 10 pounds and perform cardiac surgery. In Liv Hospital Pediatric Cardiology Clinic, congenital heart surgeries are also performed successfully. Experienced pediatricians, experienced specialists in child anesthesia, operating room and intensive care team aim to achieve outstanding success.
In children, heart diseases can be divided into two main groups: primary congenital or congenital. Unlike adults, congenital heart diseases constitute the majority of childhood heart diseases. In both groups, problems such as rhythm disorders are encountered.
Attention to Mora in BabiesSome heart defects are manifested by bruising on the skin in infancy or later in childhood, immediately after birth. Although the development of these purple babies is usually close to normal, they may suddenly develop severe bruising attacks. In these seizures children may experience loss of consciousness. Older children may have shortness of breath and fainting during exercise. These symptoms are due to the inability of the body to provide oxygen in the lungs that cannot be oxygenated in the lungs. Congenital heart disease occurs in 8 of every new born baby. Acute rheumatic fever is the most common disease among later-acquired (acquired) heart diseases.
Liv Hospital Child Cardiology Department Transactions
- Cardiac electrocardiography (ECG)
- Heart X-ray (Telecardiography)
- Cardiac ultrasonography (Color Doppler Echocardiography)
- Cardiac catheterization and angiography
- 24-hour ECG monitoring in rhythm disorders (HOLTER ECG)
- Advanced diagnostic methods including electrophysiological study are used
Some heart defects present with bruising on the skin soon after birth, during infancy, or later in childhood. Although the development of these purple babies is usually close to normal, severe bouts of bruising can develop suddenly. In these seizures, loss of consciousness may occur in children. Older children may have shortness of breath and fainting attacks during exercise. These symptoms are due to the inability of the blood supplying the body's need for oxygen to be oxygenated in the lungs. Congenital heart disease occurs in 8 out of every 1,000 newborn babies. The most common disease among acquired (acquired) heart diseases is acute rheumatic fever.
Beware of Bruising in Babies