My Daughter was 10 month old we show pediatric cardiologist in India Dr have echo test LVEF40% DILATED LV MODERATE LV DYSFUNCTION and ENVAS 2.5 mg tab 1/4 daliy after 2 months echo lvef37% no improment dr baby"s dose was increased daliy one tab /day plese advise me exactly waht steps i should take. may daughter have milk Allergy at the age of 1 months baby was given ISOMIL SOYA BASED FORMULA.
I do not have very much information to try to help you with your daughter’s heart. As best as I can tell, there is a dilated cardiomyopathy, in which the left ventricle, or the pumping chamber on the left side, is not squeezing as well as it should. She was treated with Envas, which is enalapril, a medication that we also use for treatment of this. However, before even considering treatment, it is important to understand why her heart is this way. There are many reasons why this may be so, including abnormal coronary arterial attachments, other heart defects, an infection of the heart, severely abnormal metabolism, and genetic abnormalities, to name a few. This absolutely must be assessed to make sure that there is no other intervention or non-cardiac medications needed to improve your daughter’s heart. Otherwise, using medications alone may not help.
From a specific care standpoint, I don’t know your daughter’s weight, so I cannot assess whether the enalapril therapy is adequate for her, or not. I do not believe that a milk allergy is the cause of your daughter’s heart disease. Your daughter’s cardiologist needs to work on getting a diagnosis and then monitoring her progress. If she is getting worse, there are other medications that can be used. However, as I mentioned before, it is most important to understand why her heart is this way, so that a complete medical plan and prognosis can be obtained.
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