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New heart procedure saving preemies

June 29, 2018

Premature babies with a common heart defect can be saved with a new procedure if timely diagnosed.
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An extremely delicate procedure where doctors carefully thread a tiny plug through premature babies’ 1-millimeter veins to close a defect in their hearts is allowing them to save babies that would not have survived in years past. Obviously the heart defect has to be diagnosed before any damage is done to the baby’s heart, lungs or brain for this life-saving procedure to be fully effective.  If your baby was born prematurely and has the PDA defect, ask your doctor about this new procedure.

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Source &  to read more: http://www.startribune.com/new-heart-procedure-protects-preemies/485618991/

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