Pediatric Heart Failure

In children and adolescents, there are two main causes of heart failure. The first, "over-circulation failure," happens when blood from a congenital heart defect mixes inside the heart. The second condition, termed as "pump failure," happens when the heart muscle is injured and no longer contracts properly. The causes of Heart Failure in children differ significantly from others in adults, and many instances are related to congenital abnormalities that result in high output cardiac failure. Low output heart failure, such as cardiomyopathy, affects certain youngsters.

  • Abnormally fast breathing
  • Shortness of breath or labored breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Lack of appetite

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