My nephew aged 2 months.. Birth weight 3.030 kgs. Doctor noticed a murmur n advised an echocardiogram. Which showed an ASD and a VSD. The baby dint shw any symptoms.. Feeding properly, not sweating and not blue. Weight gain is adequate too. Here are the findings of the echo cardio. 7.5 VSD (perimembranous) and 5.9ASD ( ostium sicundum), with singnificant left to right shunts. Left ventriculur contractality is good. LVEF IS 60%.
No intracardiac mass or thrombus. Pulmonary hypertension is present.
Can u please help me with an answer
You didn't actually ask a question. I am not able to ***** your nephew directly, so I cannot say what needs to be done for him specifically. Your pediatric cardiologist should be able to help advise you, unless you have a question that is not being answered by this cardiologist. If this is the case, then I would recommend that you request a second opinion.
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