Congenital Heart Disease
Congenital Heart Disease include a wide spectrum of structural malformations of the heart at birth. These defects can involve the walls of the heart or the valves between the chambers of the heart and adjacent arteries and veins. Severe congenital heart defects are detected during pregnancy or soon after birth. Signs of congenital heart disease in infants include rapid breathing, poor weight gain, fatigue, and sometimes cyanosis (blue skin and lips).