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Failing to detect CCCHD while in the nursery may lead to critical events such as cardiogenic shock and death.
"Diagnosing and treating CCCHD in its early stages is key.
Pulse oximetry is a simple and painless procedure that can improve detection of critical cyanotic congenital heart disease (CCCHD), before the infant is discharged from a nursery.
Research shows that children who are diagnosed with CCCHD later in life tend to require more hospital care and greater resources, and have worse health outcomes in the long term.
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