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As per available reports about 19 relevant Journals, 12 Conferences, 11 National symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to acyanotic and about 55 articles are being published on Acyanotic.

Children less than 2 years of age with hemodynamically significant cyanotic or acyanotic congenital heart disease (who require corrective surgery or are receiving cardiac medication for hemodynamic considerations) should be considered for monthly palivizumab prophylaxis during the winter season. The heart-placental axis utilises many common molecules and genes and reflects intimate and synergistic growth of both organs. Abnormal cardiac development leading to CHD can be associated with abnormal placentation and abnormal transfer of nutrients and oxygen. We measured the anthropometric parameters (length, weight and head circumference) and the placental weight of 49 FT newborns (gestation period > 36 weeks) infants with CHD {(cyanotic (n = 8) and acyanotic (n = 41)} diagnosed clinically and by echocardiography and compared these data with those for randomly selected normal FT newborns (n = 104). The intrauterine growth restriction in newborn infants with CHD may represent an adaptive mechanism to cope with the compromised perfusion caused by the congenital cardiac anomaly. However, this restricted growth can pose a risk for postnatal development in these infants.

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Scope and importance:

The condition of Acyanotic heart defect Acyanotic heart defect occurs when shunting (flowing) of blood occurs from the left side of the heart to the right side of the heart due to a structural defect (hole) in the interventricular septum. Patients retain normal levels of oxyhemoglobin saturation in systemic circulation. We can separate congenital heart defects into Acyanotic and cyanotic. Basically, is the baby (or kid) nice and pink, or is he or she dusky as they like to say. Sometimes the bluishness only happens when they’re working really hard, like feeding and crying (or thinking about the pathophysiological mechanisms of heart disease). One of the important things to remember is that Acyanotic heart defects can switch over if they’re left alone for too long because of pulmonary hypertension caused by the extra flow. This is called Eisenmenger Syndrome .It’s also important to realize that many of the cyanotic lesions are duct dependent, meaning that as long as the ductus arteriosus is open, they are happy and pink. The problems start in that time 6-24h after delivery when the ductus closes. Thankfully you can keep it open by giving prostaglandin E1. There are numerous causes of Acyanotic congenital heart disease and can be divided into those that have increased pulmonary vascularity and those that do not. They include: increased pulmonary vascularity, normal pulmonary vascularity, coronary artery fistula etc.

Market Analysis: 

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International symposium and workshops
1. The 3rd International Conference on Heart & Brain (ICHB 2016)
2. HEART 2015: International Symposium on Highly Efficient Accelerators and Reconfigurable Technologies
3. The 14th Annual International Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease
4. 15th Annual International Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease

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List of related societies
1. The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
2. American College of Cardiology (ACC)
3. American College of Cardiovascular Administrators
4. American Heart Association
5. American Stroke Association
6. Association of European Paediatric Cardiologists
7. Austrian Society of Cardiology
8. Belgian Society of Cardiology
9. Belgian Young Cardiologists
10. Brazilian Society of Cardiology
11. Brazilian Society of Cardiology
12. British Cardiac Society
13. British Heart Foundation
14. Chilean Society of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery
15. The Chinese Society of Cardiac Pacing and Electrophysiology
16. Colombian Society of Cardiology
17. Computers in Cardiology
18. Congenital Heart Disease
19. Czech Society of Cardiology
20. Association of Black Cardiologists
21. Association of Emergency Physicians

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5. Covidien plc (Inactive)
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7. Masimo Corporation
8. Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.
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11. Nanomix, Inc.
12. Draegerwerk AG & Co. KGaA
13. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited
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15. OSI Systems, Inc.
16. Maquet Holding B.V. & Co. KG.
17. Philips Healthcare
18. Smiths Medical
19. Fleming Medical Limited
20. Allied Healthcare Products, Inc.

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