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Ostium Secundum, Ostium Primum, Sinus Venosus

ASD Symptoms

*Pulmonary htn and right sided HF with prolonged left to right shunting

VSD-Cono-septal hypoplasia

VSD-Paramembranous

VSD-AV Canal

VSD-Muscular

VSD Symptoms

With excessive shunting:


*CHF with dyspnea


*Upper respiratory tract infections


*Poor feeding


*Fatigue

AV Canal

AV Canal Symptoms

*Pulmonary htn from excessive pulmonary flow


*CHF w/frequent infections


*Failure to thrive


*Poor feeding

PDA

PDA Meds

*Prostaglandin to keep it OPEN


*Indomethacin to CLOSE it

Coarctation of the Aorta

Coarctation Symptoms

*Shock with critical COA as ductus closes


*Tachypnia/Tachycardia


*Poor distal perfusion


*HF


*Acidosis


*Htn of upper extremities in older patients, diminished or absent pulses, pressure differentials of extremities

Interrupted Aortic Arch

IAA Symptoms

If not diagnosed early and ductus closes:


*Severe acidosis


*Severely compromised distal perfusion


*Anuria

LVOT Obstruction-Supravalvular

LVOT Obstruction Symptoms

*Systolic ejection murmur


*Poor weight gain and feeding


*CHF


*LV hypertrophy


*Ischemic changes with exertion

Tetralogy of Fallot


1) VSD


2) RVOT Obstruction


3) Overriding aorta


4) RV hypertrophy

Tet Symptoms

*Cyanosis after neonatal period


*Tet spells during infancy

Transposition of the Great Arteries-Dextro

Transposition of the Great Arteries-Levo

Truncus Arteriosus

Truncus Arteriosus Symptoms

*Cyanosis


*CHF with tachypnea


*Hepatomegaly


*Failure to thrive


*Bounding pulses


*Pansystolic murmur


*Biventricular hypertrophy

Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return-Supracardiac

Double Outlet Right Ventricle

Ebstein's Abnormality

Ebstein's Abnormality Symptoms

*Early onset severe atrial dilation


*Atrial tachyarrhymias common

Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

HLHS Symptoms

If not diagnosed in utero and ductus closes:


*Diminished systemic perfusion


*Loss of distal pulses


*Metabolic acidosis


*Renal failure

PDA

ASD

AV Canal

Coarctation of Aorta

VSD

LVOT Obstruction-Supravalvular

Interrupted Aortic Arch

Ebstein's Abnormality

Truncus Arteriosus

Transposition of Great Arteries-Dextro

Tetralogy of Fallot

HLHS

Total anomalous pulmonary venous return-supracardiac

Transposition of Great Arteries-Levo