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(Direction), adjective left hand, left-hand side, left side, leftward, near, on the other side, over there, port, portside

left

(Liberal), adjective communalistic, communistic, leftist leanings, liberal, progressive, radical, socialistic

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(Remaining), adjective balance, continuing, extra, leftover, over, spare, staying, surplus, surplusage
Associated concepts: no child left behind, remainder
See also: abandoned, derelict
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An adult congenital heart disease nurse specialist used a case study to review nursing cares for adult congenital heart disease patients.
Parents of children with congenital heart disease may have negative reactions, ranging from guilt and feelings of inadequacy to resentment, neglect, and even abuse, with possibly severe implications for intellectual and emotional development.
Using a mathematical model created by co-authors Kaitlin Samocha and Mark Daly of the Analytical and Translational Genetics Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, the team analyzed mutations in the protein-coding portion of the genomes of children with congenital heart disease that were not present in their parents' genomes.
In many cases of congenital heart disease, patients require at least one invasive surgery.
This observation is not reflected in the ACC / American Heart Association guidelines on the management of adult congenital heart disease (ACHD), which recommend that "a careful assessment of depressive symptoms and their possible overlap with symptoms of medical illness or side effects of medications must be part of the clinical evaluation of ACHD patients" (J.
While the origins of congenital heart disease remain a mystery, diagnostic capabilities continue to improve, and treatment and management strategies continue to evolve -- however, many anomalies remain difficult to treat effectively," said Jack Rychik, M.
Congenital Heart Disease refers to birth defects that affect the normal workings of the heart.
The BHF currently funds over PS14m into congenital heart disease research, but needs to raise more funds as, before the charity was founded, only one in five babies born with congenital heart disease reached the age of one, but now 85% of such babies reach adulthood.
Every bag donated will fund life-saving heart research, helping more than 40,000 little heroes across the UK to continue to fight congenital heart disease.
Thus, specialists of Bundan Hospital of Cha University visited Tashkent in April 2014 and examined 50 children with congenital heart disease.
The Congenital Heart Disease review is being undertaken by NHS England to focus on proposals for future heart surgery services for children and adults in the country.
The test is part of the UAE's national early screening programme for congenital heart disease for babies and newborns.

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