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

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(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
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He noted that screening for critical congenital heart disease is already performed in the UAE.
Age at referral and mortality from critical congenital heart disease.
This prospective study, conducted from January to September 2016, measured the serum albumin concentration of 153 children admitted to Peads intensive care unit after congenital heart disease surgery.
The investment by both Health Departments, which includes 1million capital investment to enhance existing facilities in Belfast, will realise the implementation plan put forward by the all-island Congenital Heart Disease Network Board.
National Center for Health Statistics and calculated that infant mortality in 2013, compared with 2006, included roughly 100 fewer infant deaths attributable to congenital heart disease, a statistically significant difference, after adjustment for differences in variables between the 2 years that could affect mortality, including gestational ages at delivery, birth weight, maternal age, race, ethnicity, and marital status.
In a first-ever set of recommendations for the treatment of adults with congenital heart disease, the AHA last year noted the importance of exercise for this patient population, but emphasized the importance of individualized care.
Isolated congenital heart disease is seen in 9 cases, which constitute 39% of the anomalies.
Birth Prevalence of Congenital Heart Disease Worldwide A Systematic Review and MetaAnalysis.
We believe that these cancer genes could fuel the incorrect growth of the heart, and the neural genes could trigger cardiac conduction abnormalities, both of which are commonly found in congenital heart disease," said Conlon.
BEIRUT: The Children's Heart Center at the American University of Beirut Medical Center has introduced a 3-D printing program to help with the treatment congenital heart disease, the first such initiative in Lebanon.
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.
The changing epidemiology of congenital heart disease.

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