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    In the US 4,800 babies are born each year with a critical congenital heart defect (CCHD) and they are at risk for disability or death if not detected at birth. Pulse ox screening can detect CCHD and save a baby's life, so it's important for all babies to be screened! Go to www.babysfirsttes... to learn more about Pulse Ox screening.

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WE ROUTINELY DO THIS! 1 in 110 babies are born with some form of a congenital heart defect. Many are not diagnosed at birth and go home only to suffer heart failure. Some parents learn of their babies diagnosis from the coroner. If you are pregnant, or know someone who is, ask for a pulse ox test before you leave the hospital. It's cheap, non-invasive and can save lives.