Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) refers to a range of heart defects that a person is born with and persists into adulthood. These defects can involve the heart walls, heart valves, and blood vessels.

Adults with congenital heart disease require specialized care from cardiologists with expertise in ACHD. This care often involves regular follow-up visits, diagnostic testing, medications, and, in some cases, surgical interventions or other procedures to manage complications or improve heart function.

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