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by Cheryl J. Wild

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Author:
Cheryl J. Wild
ISBN13:
978-0471347354
ISBN:
0471347353
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Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (November 24, 1998)
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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Wild, Cheryl J. Publication date. Heart - Diseases, Pediatric cardiology, Heart - Diseases, Pediatric cardiology. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

A must-read for parents of children with heart defects Heart Defects in Children: What Every .

A must-read for parents of children with heart defects Heart Defects in Children: What Every Parent Should Know provides parents with critical information that their childs doctor may not provide.

Heart Defects in Children. has been added to your Cart. This book is great if your child has one of the defects listed in the contents page. I felt it gave a very detailed description of the defects listed as well as questions for the doctors and possible tests and corrections for each defect. I use this book often when talking to new parents about their child's defect. The only downfall in the book is that all 35 known cardiac defects aren't listed, so for many parents this may not be the right book for them. 2 people found this helpful.

Cheryl J Wild; Wild; C Wild. A must-read for parents of children with heart defects. Heart Defects in Children: What Every Parent Should Know provides parents with critical information that their child's doctor may not provide. You'll learn just how your child's particular defect is affecting his or her heart, and what to expect in terms of testing, treatment, and long-term care.

We found this book to be the perfect solution to so many unanswered questions about our daughter's heart .

We found this book to be the perfect solution to so many unanswered questions about our daughter's heart defects. There is a section at the back of the book that our doctor actually used to draw the defect, so we could visualize the problem. Then, he illustrated the repair. We will keep it forever.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. What Every Parent Should Know. by Cheryl J. Wild, Cheryl Wild, Cheryl Wild RN. June 14, 2018 History. Published November 24, 1998 by Wiley.

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Heart Defects in Children: What Every Parent Should Know, by Cheryl J. Wild. Heart of a Child, by Catherine A. Neill, Edward B. Clark and Carleen Clark. It’s My Heart, by Children’s Heart Foundation. The Heart of a Mother, by Anna Marie Jaworski and Judy Norwood. Books for children with heart defects. Blue Lewis and Sasha the Great, by Carol Donsky Newell. Matty’s Heart, by . Pump the Bear, by Gisella Olivo Whittington. Cardiac Kids, by Vicci Elder.

A must-read for parents of children with heart defects

Heart Defects in Children: What Every Parent Should Know provides parents with critical information that their child's doctor may not provide. The book begins by describing a healthy heart and how it functions, then explores the most common heart defects including atrial septal defects, aortic stenosis, tetralogy of Fallot, and others. You'll learn just how your child's particular defect is affecting his or her heart, and what to expect in terms of testing, treatment, and long-term care.

  • We purchased copies of this book for our families to use as reference for their child's diagnosis.
    Children's of Alabama now has a new pediatric cardiac unit and families need all the information they can get.

  • We found this book to be the perfect solution to so many unanswered questions about our daughter's heart defects. There is a section at the back of the book that our doctor actually used to draw the defect, so we could visualize the problem. Then, he illustrated the repair. We will keep it forever. It was very easy to follow. Thank you to the author.

  • We found this book to be the perfect solution to so many unanswered questions about our daughter's heart defects. There is a section at the back of the book that our doctor actually used to draw the defect, so we could visualize the problem. Then, he illustrated the repair. We will keep it forever. It was very easy to follow. Thank you to the author.

  • This book is great if your child has one of the defects listed in the contents page. I felt it gave a very detailed description of the defects listed as well as questions for the doctors and possible tests and corrections for each defect. I use this book often when talking to new parents about their child's defect. The only downfall in the book is that all 35 known cardiac defects aren't listed, so for many parents this may not be the right book for them.

  • We found this book to be the perfect solution to so many unanswered questions about our daughter's heart defects. There is a section at the back of the book that our doctor actually used to draw the defect, so we could visualize the problem. Then, he illustrated the repair. We will keep it forever. It was very easy to follow. Thank you to the author.