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Congenital Heart Defects

Toni Blair, MSN, RN, CPNP-AC

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Across
1.24 hour EKG reading on a recorder worn by the patient (2 words)
4.Tetralogy of Fallot defect is associated with 4 separate defects—VSD, overriding aorta, RVH, and __________________. (2 words)
6.medication given to maintain the ductus arteriosus in a ductal dependent heart lesion
8.This defect is characterized by two independent blood circuits. (4 words)
10.This defect is associated with a single heart sound and murmur; must have PFO or ASD to survive. (2 words)
14.This defect is associated with hypercyanotic spells. (3 words)
15.dysrhythmia caused by hypoxia
16.acute systemic vasculitis that may cause coronary artery aneurysms (2 words)
17.R to L shunting
18.This defect is characterized by elevated BP in upper extremities and decreased BP in lower extremities (3 words)
19.inflammatory conditionmanifesting 2-6 weeks after a partially treated or untreated group A beta-hemolytic strep phaynigitis (2 words)
20.most common sign of digoxin toxicity in infants
Down
1.This defect is treated with a 3-stage Norwood procedure or transplant (4 words)
2.condition resulting in cardiomegaly, HSM, JVD, FTT, and respiratory distress, and treated with digoxin. (3 words)
3.dysrhythmia with narrow QRS complexes with rate of 220-300; treated with adenosine (2 words)
5.This defect is the most common; characteristically loud murmur (3 words)
7.This defect is usually asymptomatic. (3 words)
9.L to R shunting
11.The only veins in the body that carry oxygenated blood. (2 words)
12.hole between atria that provides oxygen to the heart and brain in fetal circulation (2 words)
13.medication given to close the ductus arteriosus; prostaglandin inhibitor

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