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Heart Children

This is a practical handbook for parents of babies and children with heart conditions written by parents for parents.

This is a practical handbook for parents of babies and children with heart conditions written by parents for parents. It sets out to provide answers to questions about what is happening to your child and also, about coping with the day to day care of your child. It is not meant to be a medical text. This copy is a 5th edition and was revised and updated in July 2003.

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