Congenital heart disease care gap revealed as more kids survive

A new report on congenital heart disease in Australia has highlighted that improved survival in infants comes with a duty of care to provide for those patients into their adulthood.   The AIHW report estimated about 2,400 babies are affected in Australia each year. Ventricular septal defect was the most commonly reported congenital heart disease followed ...

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