Acyanotic Heart Disease Research
Acyanotic heart disease is a broad term for any congenital heart defect (CDH) in which all of the blood returning to the right side of the heart passes through the lungs and pulmonary vasculature in the normal fashion. The common forms of acyanotic congenital heart defects are those where there is a defect in one of the walls separating the chambers of the heart, or obstruction to one valve or artery.
- The most common birth defect in America.
- The Children's Heart Foundation is the country's leading organization solely committed to CHD research funding.
- There are many research studies being done on Acyanotic Heart Disease and Congenital Heart Disease.