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Fewer children are born with heart failure

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The number of children born with abnormal heart failure is still low, but there are still 1,100 children in need of cardiology every year.

Around 1,100 children need cardiology every year, but the number of children born with cardiac dysfunction decreases - Péter Peter Andrike, György Gottsegen National Institute of Cardiology.Fewer children are born with heart failure Andríka Peter said the decline was due to less live birth and advanced intrauterine diagnostics.
Complex heart development babies have a series of baby surgery, catheteric procedures, but doctors can help them have a full life, said the Director General.
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