CCHD

AcronymDefinition
CCHDCatholic Campaign for Human Development
CCHDClark County Health District (Nevada)
CCHDCyanotic Congenital Heart Disease (cardiology)
CCHDCenter for Child Health and Development (formerly Developmental Disabilities Center; Kansas)
CCHDCorpus Christi Harley-Davidson
CCHDCharles County Health Department (Maryland)
CCHDCommittee to Combat Huntington's Disease
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CCHD includes 12 structural heart disorders that prevent the heart from pumping blood normally to the body, resulting in a high likelihood of low blood oxygen saturation.
The rationale is that most CCHD results in a degree of hypoxaemia that would not necessarily produce visible cyanosis and would therefore not be clinically detectable.
In September 2011, the United States Department of Health and Human Resources Secretary's Advisory Committee on Heritable Disorders in Newborns and Children added CCHD screening to the Recommended Uniform Screening Panel.
The CCHD did fund the second proposal to hire four field consultants, each in a separate diocese around the country.
Representatives and high ranking officials of 25 national and multinational companies offered jobs to 14 educated youth and internship to 21 others on the spot while more educated youth would be interviewed during next few days, CCHD project director Ali Raza Buttar said.
A report posted on ALL's website last November 22, "The CCHD, Wendy Davis, and Obama," written by ALL director of outreach Rey Flores, notes the link between the CCHD and the notorious pro-abortion Texas gubernatorial candidate, Wendy Davis:
In the first days and weeks of life, newborns with undiagnosed CCHD are at risk for sudden deterioration in clinical status due to changes in pulmonary vascular resistance and the closing of the ductus arteriosus, which is frequently needed for sustained pulmonary or systemic blood flow.
bishops in 1969, has been subject to harsh criticism by a politically conservative activist group called Reform CCHD Now.
However, the pulse oximetry helps to pinpoint nearly 23 per cent of all remaining babies born with CCHD," Dr Gerard Martin, co-director of the children's heart institute at the Children's National Medical Centre in Washington.
In a 2009 statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and American Heart Association (AHA) offered compelling reasons for adopting pulse oximetry CCHD screening, including two large-scale European screening studies in close to 80,000 newborns.