Tetralogy of Fallot; cyanotic congenital heart disease
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Congenital Heart Disease: multiple types of CHD; classified as acyanotic or cyanotic; and according to the presence of shunt
Tetralogy of Fallot: Large VSD; RV outflow tract obstruction; RV hypertrophy; and Overriding aorta
A 23 year old man is referred to ICU with worsening fever, confusion and hypotension. He has a well healed mid-line sternotomy scar.
A baby with Tetralogy of Fallot presents to the emergency department in respiratory distress and is 'turning blue'. What will you do?