Congenital heart disease is a group of heart conditions that are present at birth. These conditions result from abnormalities in the development of the heart during fetal development.
Congenital heart disease can range from mild to severe, and may affect the structure of the heart or the way blood flows through it.
Some common examples of congenital heart disease include atrial septal defect, ventricular septal defect, and tetralogy of Fallot.
The symptoms and treatment of congenital heart disease depend on the specific type and severity of the condition. In some cases, the condition may not cause any noticeable symptoms, while in others it can cause symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and difficulty exercising.
Treatment for congenital heart disease may involve medication, surgery, or other interventions to manage symptoms and improve heart function. With appropriate treatment and ongoing care, many individuals with congenital heart disease can lead healthy and active lives.
What Can Stem Cells Do for Congenital Heart Disease?
- Promote heart tissue regeneration
- Improve heart function
- Reduce inflammation
- Provide immune modulation
- Promote angiogenesis
- Enhance surgical outcomes
- Improve exercise tolerance
- Provide a long-term solution
- Enhance quality of life
- Reduce the need for heart transplantation
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