My daughter was diagnosed with congenital heart disease. She had an unroofed coronary sinus, AVSD with malaligned VSD, PDA, atrioventricular valve and PA banding. She's 9months old and weighs only 4.5 kg. What will be her chance if she'll undergo an operation now? Is this a rare type of congenital heart disease? What is the mortality rate for these cases? Thanks for your whatever information you can give me.
Thanks for posting your question to this forum, but your questions can be better answered with a community forum that can directly relate and identify with your child's condition and what you are experiencing from a knowledge perspective.
Sorry to read about your child's medical condition, and I wish you and your child well going forward. Take care,
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