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! Congenital Heart Defect, Kids Crafts, Valentines Day, Heart Made Of Hands Jpg, Facts Sheet, House, Baby, Kid Crafts, Hands Paintings Heart
This jar represents my heart. The hearts in the jar are all of your hearts. Your hearts fill my heart spaces with your love. We fill in one another's gaps and grow in love more perfectly.
Black and off-white. It's in the same great style of the city posters, but this time the map is of all the valves, atriums and whatnot that make up the human heart. We love anatomical models and prints, so this is right up our alley. Wouldn't one of these be a nice way to say 'I heart you'? We think so. Available at Ork Posters.
Newborn Screening Saves Little Lives -Every 15 minutes, a baby is born with congenital heart disease. If a critical CHD is not detected soon after birth, an infant can die. Thanks to improvements in diagnostic imaging and care, many congenital heart defects can be detected before a baby is born. But not always.
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.
Pulse ox is a non-invasive test that measures how much oxygen is in the blood and it's another part of #NBS Infants with heart problems may have low blood oxygen levels, and therefore, the pulse ox test can help identify babies that may have Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD).