A medication guide for patients with congenital heart disease after operation:Most patients with mild disease do not need to use any drugs a
A medication guide for patients with congenital heart disease after operation:
Most patients with mild disease do not need to use any drugs after discharge or just use a small amount of drugs. Some patients with severe or special circumstances need to continue to use drugs after discharge. In general, the more powerful diuretic drugs, taking the time to be based on the improvement of cardiac function.
Two. Follow up of congenital heart disease:
Patients with congenital heart disease, discharge has been cured, with the rehabilitation of physical strength can gradually close to the normal life and work, such as deformity correction satisfaction, no major problems after surgery. 3 months and six months after operation. Follow up every years after a year of follow-up, if no major problems, no longer follow up after three years. Children who are not satisfied with the deformity correction or only have a palliative operation should be followed up every 6-12 months to understand the condition and to determine the timing of reoperation.
Three. How to treat the residual noise after the operation of congenital heart disease?
For complex congenital heart disease such as four, three, primum ASD, partial pulmonary stenosis, and some patients with large atrial septal defect ventricular septal defect after surgery, if you can still hear the murmur auscultation often. This is because some deformity cannot be completely corrected, in the heart rough patch blocking blood flow, endocardial become rough and other reasons, as long as the ultrasound no residual shunt, it will not affect the normal growth of patients, can.
Four. After the operation of congenital heart disease and normal person?
The majority of patients with congenital heart disease, after surgery, if the deformity is satisfactory, no major complications and sequelae, with the body's recovery can be gradually restored to normal learning and work. Patients with severe congenital heart disease, even if the operation effect is excellent, heart function class I, should not participate in more than moderate physical labor. Patients with heart function class only suitable for general work, not to participate in physical labor.