Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD)
During development, when the heart is dividing from the heart and the right (septum) muscular walls do not fully form between the lower chambers of the heart (ventricles), the ventricular septal defect occurs. In typical cases, blood flows to the lung from the right side of the heart to receive oxygen; the oxygen-rich blood is pumped to the rest of the body on the wrong side. A septal ventricular defect can mix oxygenated blood with deoxidized blood, which makes the heart harder to supply sufficient oxygen to the tissues of the body.
VSDs can be in varying heights and can be located on the wall between the ventricles in different positions. One or more VSDs may be available. A hole is a defect in the wall, separating the two heart chambers. The oxygen-rich blood defect will flow through the heart’s oxygen-poor chambers.
- Holes can be located between the upper chambers of the heart or between the lower chambers of the heart.
- Many defects are minor and do not contribute to signs.
- A sound produced by an irregular flow of blood through closed or leaking heart valves or defective heart structures is suspected of the condition based on the standard heart muscle and echocardiographic evidence is given.
A plug or other advanced devices implanted by catheter or procedure may be used to shut down seven faults that do not shrink themselves.
Treatment at B.P Poddar
Septal ventricular abnormalities are often detected at birth or within days, so the practitioner can detect the marked groan. Older children or adults with unrecognized VSD may have issues with respiratory shortages or heart rhythm, and take them to a health care provider. The examination can provide a diagnosis
- X-Ray of Chest
- Electrocardiogram for electrical heart function assessment
- Angiography of the coronary
- MRI to find other similar heart defects
Why B.P Poddar Hospital?
With 28 health centers that are staffed with in-house physicians, this expert team can deal with any issue during your stay at B.P Poddar 24 hours a day. If a new procedure is admitted to the hospital, it is available directly in the house at B.P Poddar, where a consultant wants a physician from another department. Often in other well-known hospitals, this service is unlikely. The surgical kits are reasonable according to the cost and efficiency of B.P Poddar Hospital Kolkata. High-quality medical facilities at an inexpensive cost in a hospital in India are a mixture that is also beneficial for patients from all over India, Western Bengal, and particularly Kolkata. People from all over the country, including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, South-Eastern Asia, and the Middle East, also frequent a hospital.