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This video is available for instant download licensing here: 🤍 ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by: Sue Stern. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: patreon.com/AlilaMedicalMedia All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Atrial septal defect, or ASD, is a congenital heart defect in which blood flows abnormally between the two atria of the heart. Normally, the atria are separated by a wall called the interatrial septum. In ASD patients, this septum is defective allowing blood flow between the two chambers. During fetal development, when the interatrial septum is being formed, a small passageway called the “foramen ovale” is left open to allow the blood to bypass the non-functional fetal lungs while the fetus obtains oxygen from the mother’s placenta. At birth, as the lungs become functional, the changes in pressures between the two sides of the heart force the opening to close. However, in as many as one fourth of all adults, this opening does not close properly resulting in ASDs. The severity of a defect is measured by a net flow of blood, or a SHUNT. A shunt can be in either direction. Commonly, the condition starts as a “left-to-right-shunt” due to significantly higher blood pressure in the left side of the heart. This is because the left side has to pump blood all over the body while the right side only needs to send it to the lungs. Fortunately, in a majority of people the defect is relatively small; the shunt is negligible and does not cause any symptoms. When the defect is large, a clinically significant left-to-right blood flow may overload the right side of the heart, resulting in its enlargement and eventually right side heart failure. Without treatment, other complications may also occur. As the right ventricle continuously pumps more blood to the lungs, the entire pulmonary vasculature may be overloaded and pulmonary hypertension may result. Pulmonary hypertension, in turn, would force the right ventricle to generate even higher pressures to overcome the high pressure in the lungs. In some cases, this vicious cycle may cause the blood pressure in the right side of the heart to increase to a GREATER level than that of the left side. If this happens, the shunt will reverse its direction; a “right-to-left shunt” will result; the oxygen-poor blood will flow from the right atrium to the left atrium and will be sent to all tissues of the body. Fortunately, this complication, called the Eisenmenger syndrome, usually develops over many years and occurs only in a small percentage of people with large atrial septal defects. Small ASDs do not cause any symptoms and may not require treatment. In fact, many small defects close on their own during early childhood. Large atrial septal defects that cause clinically significant symptoms usually require surgical closure. As a general rule, the earlier in life the surgery is performed, the higher the success rate and the lesser complications presented.
My diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder came late in life. This is not unusual for people my age who, because we were ‘higher functioning’, would have been previously diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Asperger’s syndrome wasn’t a diagnosable condition until the 1990s. By then, I’d been through my teenage years: bullied at school, socially isolated, lonely, and suicidal. I didn’t understand the world, and the world didn’t understand me. In 2013, Asperger’s syndrome was removed from DSM-5 (the 5th Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) and placed under the more general condition of Autism Spectrum Disorder. My diagnosis at the age of 42 was a revelation. My story highlights the difficulties I faced, but also shows that there is a way through. What’s next? A world where we not only accept neurodiversity but actively seek out those who see the world in a different way. Space instrument developer at The Open University. Background in Physics and Space Science with over 15 years’ experience in mass spectrometry. Currently working on the LUVMI-X lunar rover. Diagnosed with autism late in life, James passionately believes that any expertise is not despite their disorder but because of it. Enjoys sharing own experiences and helping others, yet terrified of public speaking! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
GET THE FULL GOOGLE SLIDES PRESENTATION HERE BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW 🤍 SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL: Help keep me going with a tip or contribution 🤍 MAKE YOUR OWN WHITEBOARD ANIMATIONS. CLICK THE LINK! 🤍 . This is an affiliate link. I earn commission from any sales, so Please Use! ABC Chart: 🤍 TEACHERSPAYTEACHERS STORE Classroom Posters, Courses, Lessons, Presentations, and More 🤍 TEESPRING IN EDUCATiON Stickers, Dress Down Gear, Phone Cases, Coffee Mugs, and More 🤍 FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & ON-SITE TRAININGS CONTACT: midtownavella🤍gmail.com SOCIAL MEDIA 🤍 🤍 This video is designed to teach educators and parents everything they ever wanted to know about Autism Spectrum Disorder. It will begin with some basic statistics of autistic children. The next section covers the different types of disorders associated with autism Spectrum, which include PDD-NOS, Childhood disintegrative disorder and others. Next it covers how these children are diagnosed and the process that goes along with it. Continuing, several of the risk factors and causes of the spectrum are described in full detail. Other areas such as teaching strategies and ways for parents and teachers to collaborated are included. Socialization, communication, positive behavior supports with functional behavioral assessments are also different sections. This video also covers how early intervention works with ASD children. This is just one video by a playlist from Teachings in Education with Frank Avella. The videos in the playlist included topics such as classroom management, special education, learning theory, and more.
Connect with a specialist: 🤍 More about our Heart Center: 🤍 Approximately 2,000 babies are born each year with Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), a condition where a child has an abnormally large hole between the chambers of the heart after birth. This video shows the most common type of ASD and the different ways and ASD might be repaired.
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This informative Ask the Expert video offers top line information about different disorders that fall under the Autism Spectrum (ASD) classification. Learn about the core features of ASD and become familiar with the specific areas of challenge that are hallmarks of this category of disabilities at 🤍 For more information about each of the specific ASD conditions mentioned, or to build knowledge and access resources about learning disabilities and related disorders of learning attention and behavior, visit 🤍. NCLD has developed the LD Checklist: Recognize & Respond tool to help spot the potential signs of LD. Take the first step here: ncld.co/LDRR. #Check4LD The National Center for Learning Disabilities' (NCLD) mission is to ensure success for all individuals with learning disabilities in school, at work and in life.
Want to be part of something big? Kennedy Krieger invites you to join SPARKforAutism, the US’ largest autism research study. Learn more by clicking here 🤍 Tutorial On Early Signs of ASD: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, autism advocacy groups and researchers have all drawn attention to the importance of the early detection of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to make access to early intervention possible. The scientific literature indicates that the average age of ASD diagnosis is 4 years, despite the fact that about half of children with this neurodevelopmental disorder may be detected by age 14 months. The AAP recommends that ASD-specific screeners be administered within pediatric practices beginning at age 18 months. However, these screeners are imperfect and often require parents to provide 'yes' or 'no' answers to questions about the presence of certain behaviors. Yet ASD-related behaviors often present inconsistently, and are intermixed with behaviors seen in typically-developing children. In addition, ASD-related behaviors often differ from typical development in quality, not just in quantity. To improve recognition of the early signs of ASD among pediatricians, parents, and early intervention providers, autism researcher Dr. Rebecca Landa (🤍 of Kennedy Krieger Institute ((🤍 has developed a free 9-minute video tutorial on ASD behavioral signs in one-year-olds. The tutorial consists of six video clips comparing toddlers who show no signs of ASD to toddlers who show early signs of ASD. Each video is presented with voice-over explaining how the specific behaviors exhibited by the child, as they occur on screen, are either indicative of ASD or typical child development. Dr. Rebecca Landa is the director of the Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism and Related Disorders. The videos and information presented within this tutorial were obtained through her research, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, focused on early markers of autism spectrum disorders and early developmental characteristics of children with and without ASD. For more information, please visit 🤍.
People with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) thought they were just playing a puzzle game while in a MRI scanner. In fact, the game was rigged – by their own brain activity to boost connectivity in flagging circuits. For more information see NIMH Science Update: “Covert” Neurofeedback Tunes Up the Social Brain in ASD 🤍
. Chapters 0:00 Introduction 1:07 Causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder 1:58 Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder 3:57 Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder 4:44 Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or autism spectrum condition (ASC), is a range of neurodevelopmental disorders that includes autism and related conditions. Individuals on the spectrum present with two types of symptoms: problems in social communication and social interaction, and restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or activities. Symptoms are typically recognized between one and two years of age.Long term issues may include difficulties in creating and keeping relationships, maintaining a job, and performing daily tasks. The cause of autism spectrum is uncertain.Risk factors include having an older parent, a family history of the condition, and certain genetic conditions.Diagnosis is based on symptoms.The DSM-5 redefined the autism spectrum disorders to encompass the previous diagnoses of autism, Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), and childhood disintegrative disorder.
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🤍 Merhaba size sık görülen bir doğumsal kalp hastalığını, kalp delik türlerinden birisini Atrial septal defekti kısa adıyla ASD 'yi YouTube Kanalımız Hasta Okulu Tv’de anlatıyorum. Bizimle kalın, güncel kalın ❤️ Prof. Dr. Taner Yavuz | İstanbul Çocuk Kardiyoloji Atrial septal defekt nedir? Kalbimizde 4 boşluk bulunur, üstte yer alan iki boşluğun adı atriumdur. ASD atriumlar arasında delik olmasıdır. ASD geniş olduğunda kalbimiz normalden daha fazla çalışır. ASD doğuştan gelen bir hastalıktır, bazen tek başına bazen de diğer kalp hastalıkları ile birliktedir. Bazı ASD hastalarında genetik geçiş çok güçlüdür ve ailede birden fazla hasta vardır. ASD belirtileri nedir? ASD bebek ve çocuklarda genellikle belirtiye neden olmaz. Ancak, ASD belirti vermese bile rutin çocuk doktoru muayenesinde kalp muayenesi sırasında ekstradan bir ses üfürüm duyulur. ASD’nin belirti verip vermemesi: ASD’nin genişliğine; kalp içindeki yerleşimine; başka bir kalp hastalığı olup olmamasına bağlıdır. ASD çok nadiren ve çok geniş olduğunda bebek ve çocuklarda belirti verebilir. Belirtiler kalp yetersizliğinden kaynaklanır. Bu belirtiler: bebeklerde emmeme; iyi beslenmeme; hızlı nefes alma; kilo alamama; büyümenin yavaşlaması ve sık solunum yolu enfeksiyonları geçirilmesidir. Fark edilmemiş ve tedavi edilmemiş orta ve geniş boyuttaki ASD’lerde belirtiler genellikle 40 yaş civarında çıkar. Bu belirtilerden bir tanesi kalbin hızlı atması yani taşikardidir. Kalbimiz atın dörtnala koşması gibi hızlı atar. Diğer belirtiler ise cildin mavi bir renk alması, nefes darlığı ve erken yorulmadır. ASD nasıl tedavi edilir? Küçük ASD’ler genellikle 2 ila 5 yaş civarında kendiliğinden kapanır. Zaten kendiliğinden kapanması bile bu küçük deliklerin tedavi edilmesi önerilmez. Bu küçük ASD’ler hem bir belirti vermez hem de kalbe ek bir yük getirmezler. Orta ve büyük genişlikteki ASD’lerin kendiliğinden kapanma ihtimali oldukça azdır. Belirti vermeyen ASD’lerde en az 2 yaşına kadar beklenir. Çünkü düşük bir ihtimal olsa da bu delikler kendiliğinden küçülebilir, kapanabilir. Belirti veren ASD’ler ise ameliyatla ya da kateterle kapatılır. Günümüzde ASD’ler en sık olarak kateter yöntemi ile kapatılır. Kateterle kapatma yönteminde cihaz kasıktan kalbe taşınır. Kateter kapama yönteminin ameliyata en önemli üstünlüğü kalbin durdurulmadan işlemin yapılmasıdır. Diğer avantajları ise göğsün açılmaması, yara izi bırakılmaması ve iyileşmenin kısa sürmesidir. ASD’nin çok geniş olması durumunda ya da kateterle kapamaya uygun olmaması durumunda ameliyat kaçınılmazdır. ASD ameliyatında delik yama dikilerek kapatılır. Videonun tamamında bir çok soruya yanıt bulacaksınız. İyi seyirler dilerim. Bizimle kalın, güncel kalın ❤️ Prof. Dr. Taner Yavuz İstanbul Çocuk Kardiyoloji
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Professor Andrew Whitehouse leads the Autism Research Team at Telethon Kids Institute, working with children with autism and their families to reduce the disability associated with the disorder. In this short video he shares his top ten things that everyone should know about autism spectrum disorder. - The Autism Research Team is a research centre at the Telethon Kids Institute. A key aim of the Autism Research Team is to develop new and innovative ways to deliver autism therapy to ensure every child has the very best opportunities in life. • 🤍
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Innovations in early intervention for ASD: new findings, new tools, and new methods Present by Sally Rogers, Ph.D. Part of the 2019-2020 Distinguished Lecturer Series The UC Davis MIND Institute is working to amplify the voices of the disability community and promote neurodiversity. This includes responding to concerns regarding the language and framing used to describe autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities. We believe there is a benefit to maintaining access to historical presentations like those on our YouTube page, but recognize that the vocabulary used doesn’t always match the current preferred language. We appreciate the harmful impact of this outdated language, the discriminatory framework which fostered it, and the distress it may cause to some individuals. In an attempt to lessen this, we have changed the titles of presentations where appropriate.
Atrial septal defect NCLEX review for pediatric nursing (congenital heart defects). What is atrial septal defect (ASD)? It's a congenital heart defect characterized by a hole in the interatrial septum (atrial septum) that allows blood to mix in the right and left atria, which are the upper chambers of the heart. This allows for a connection of blood flow between the two atria that should not occur after birth. According to the CDC.gov, 1 in every 770 babies born in the United States each year are born with an atrial septal defect Why is an atrial septal defect a problem? If the defect if larger enough (small ASDs usually don’t cause many issues), it creates a left to right shunt of blood that can lead to an INCREASE in LUNG BLOOD FLOW. This can cause: Heart failure Pulmonary hypertension… (if not treated this can lead to an irreversible condition can Eisenmenger Syndrome) Stroke Signs and symptoms of an atrial septal defect may not present at birth but later on in childhood or adulthood. A heart murmur may be noted. Atrial septal defect murmur includes a midsystolic murmur (systolic ejection murmur) that is heard at the 2nd intercostal space in the upper left sternal border. This is due to extra blood flow through the pulmonic valve. In addition, that may be a wide, fixed splitting of S2 due to the pulmonic valve closing slower than normal. The patient may experience decrease growth rate, easily fatigued, edema, frequent lung infections, stroke etc. Nursing inventions for an atrial septal defect: please see the video for these interventions Quiz: 🤍 Notes: 🤍 Nursing Gear: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #atrialseptaldefect #congenitalheartdefect #asd #pediatricnursing Subscribe: 🤍 Nursing School Supplies: 🤍 Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: 🤍 Fluid & Electrolytes: 🤍 Nursing Skills: 🤍 Nursing School Study Tips: 🤍 Nursing School Tips & Questions" 🤍 Teaching Tutorials: 🤍 Types of Nursing Specialties: 🤍 Healthcare Salary Information: 🤍 New Nurse Tips: 🤍 Nursing Career Help: 🤍 EKG Teaching Tutorials: 🤍 Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: 🤍 Diabetes Health Managment: 🤍
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This video provides a step-by-step guide to a minimally invasive ASD repair with an emphasis on pearls and pitfalls. Learn more: 🤍 The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network (CTSNet) connects the global cardiothoracic community through communication, collaboration, education, and interaction amongst cardiothoracic surgeons and their teams across the globe. CTSNet provides a broad range of video and text-based educational content, the premier job board across all of cardiothoracic surgery, profile pages for cardiothoracic surgeons and individuals associated with the specialty, and a calendar of events related to the specialty. Find even more content on our website: 🤍 Connect with us on Facebook: 🤍 Connect with us on Twitter: 🤍
In this short video, parents talk about early signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including differences in typical developmental behaviour and milestones. It helps to understand developmental milestones so you can act if you think something is wrong. The earlier you act, the better off your child will be.
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In this short video we give an overview of ASD and LD (and the difference) then consider two potentially difficult scenarios with management tips which are particularly relevant to student OSCE or CASC examinations. Also - it is not our intent to cause distress or perpetuate stereotypes, if you feel the phrasing used is not up to date or in line with ASD and LD community wishes please know that we are receptive to this feedback.
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今回は「ASDの５つのサイン」【発達障害セルフチェック】（自閉スペクトラム症・アスペルガー症候群）というテーマでお話したいと思います。「社会人になって、どうも職場・仕事でトラブルが多いんだけど、これってもしかしてASDのせいなの？」と疑問に思っている人、多いんじゃないでしょうか。また、「最近、発達障害、ASDって診断されたんだけど、なんでもっと早く気づかなかったんだろう？ もっと早くわかっていたらこんなに苦しまなくて済んだのに。」と悩んでいる人もいらっしゃるかもしれません。最近、発達障害という病気が、世間で広く認知されてきて、発達障害の１つである、自閉スペクトラム症（ASD）（アスペルガー症候群）と診断される人も増えている、と言われています。実は、ASDと診断される人には、いくつかの特徴があるんですが、これを知らないせいで、自分がASDだと気づかずに、長い間、つらい思いをしている人は少なくないんです。そこで今回は「発達障害：ASDの５つのサイン」というテーマでお話します。この動画をみると、「ASD（自閉スペクトラム症・アスペルガー症候群）で見られる特徴的な症状」が分かります。動画の後半では、「ASDと診断されたときの対処法」についてもお話しますので、ぜひ最後まで見ていってください。 このチャンネルでは主に ・心と身体の健康に役立つ情報 ・よくある病気についての基礎知識 ・人生の生きづらさを減らすための考え方 などについて、現役医師がわかりやすく解説していきます。 よかったらコメントやチャンネル登録をしていただけると嬉しいです！ ▼プロフィール 現役の医師です。これまで、大学病院や地域中核病院のほか、医療過疎地域、海外など、様々な現場で、臨床医として幅広く知識や技術を磨いてきました。最近では、身体的な疾患はもちろん、その背景にある精神的な問題や、現代の家族が抱える問題などについても取り組むことが重要と考えています。このたび、より多くの人に、身近で役立つ情報を発信しようと決意し、このチャンネルをスタートしました！ ▼チャンネル登録がまだの方はぜひ登録お願いします！ 🤍 ▼オススメの動画です！ ・ADHDのサイン５選 🤍 ・女性のASDが生きづらい理由 🤍 ・適応障害のサイン 🤍 ・適応障害の人に絶対言ってはいけない言葉 🤍 ・【毒親育ち】親に愛されてこなかった人の６つの特徴 🤍 ・【毒親育ち】発達障害を持つ親の５つのサイン 🤍 ▼動画内で使用しているアニメーション作成ソフト Vyond(ビヨンド)のダウンロードはこちら 🤍 ▼お仕事に関するお問い合わせは下記まで（返信まで時間を要する場合があります） kenkoigaku0107🤍gmail.com #発達障害 #asd #自閉症スペクトラム #発達障害セルフチェック #アスペルガー症候群 #asdセルフチェック #asd転職 #asd仕事 #asd特徴 #みんなの健康医学チャンネル
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For Appointment Booking: Click on the link given below 🤍 ओस्टियम सेकुंडम अलिंद सेप्टल दोष (OS-ASD): डॉ गौरव अग्रवाल, वरिष्ठ बाल हृदय रोग विशेषज्ञ, दिल्ली Ostium Secundum Atrial Septal defect (ASD): Dr Gaurav Agrawal, Senior Child Heart Diseases expert, Delhi, IndiaDr. Gaurav Agrawal Senior Consultant - Interventional Pediatric Cardiologist Centre For Child Health Qualification MBBS MD (Pediatric) FNB (Pediatric Cardiology) डॉ गौरव अग्रवाल वरिष्ठ सलाहकार - इंटरवेंशनल पीडियाट्रिक कार्डियोलॉजिस्ट बाल स्वास्थ्य केंद्र योग्यता एमबीबीएस एमडी (बाल रोग) एफएनबी (बाल चिकित्सा कार्डियोलॉजी) 🤍 🤍 अनुभव: वर्तमान में यहां काम कर रहे हैं: 1. बीएलके-मैक्स सुपर स्पेशियलिटी अस्पताल, पूसा रोड, नई दिल्ली-110005, भारत में बीएलके-मैक्स चिल्ड्रेन हार्ट इंस्टीट्यूट में बाल चिकित्सा इंटरवेंशनल कार्डियोलॉजिस्ट 2. मैक्स अस्पताल, शालीमार बाग, नई दिल्ली Experience: Presently working at: 1. Pediatric Interventional Cardiologist in BLK-MAX Children Heart Institute at BLK-MAX Super Speciality Hospital, Pusa Road, New Delhi-110005, India 2. MAX Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi पूर्व अनुभव: सलाहकार - फोर्टिस एस्कॉर्ट्स हार्ट इंस्टीट्यूट, नई दिल्ली बाल चिकित्सा कार्डियोलॉजी में वरिष्ठ रजिस्ट्रार और फेलो - अपोलो अस्पताल, जुबली हिल्स, हैदराबाद सलाहकार सरोज अस्पताल, रोहिणी, नई दिल्ली में महर्षि वाल्मीकि अस्पताल, नई दिल्ली में सीनियर रेजिडेंट के रूप में काम किया एस एन मेडिकल कॉलेज, आगरा में जूनियर रेजिडेंट के रूप में काम किया Previous Experience: Consultant - Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi Senior Registrar and Fellow in Pediatric Cardiology - Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad Consultant at Saroj Hospital, Rohini, New Delhi Worked as a Sr. Resident at Maharishi Valmiki Hospital, New Delhi Worked as a Jr. Resident at S. N. Medical College, Agra रुचि का क्षेत्र (नैदानिक और आक्रामक): इकोकार्डियोग्राफी: 3डी सहित ट्रांस-थोरेसिक, ट्रांस-एसोफेजियल इकोकार्डियोग्राफी भ्रूण इकोकार्डियोग्राफी डायग्नोस्टिक कार्डिएक कैथीटेराइजेशन Area of Interest (Diagnostic & Invasive): Echocardiography: Trans-thoracic including 3D, Trans-esophageal echocardiography Fetal echocardiography Diagnostic cardiac catheterization बाल चिकित्सा हृदय संबंधी हस्तक्षेप: एएसडी, पीडीए, वीएसडी का उपकरण बंद करना फुफ्फुसीय वाल्व का गुब्बारा फैलाव, महाधमनी वाल्व, महाधमनी का समन्वय, माइट्रल वाल्व स्टेंटिंग: महाधमनी का समन्वय, फुफ्फुसीय धमनी, पीडीए, इंटर-एट्रियल सेप्टम बैलून एट्रियल सेप्टोस्टोमी (बीएएस) Pediatric Cardiac Interventions: Device closure of ASD, PDA, VSD Balloon dilatation of pulmonary valve, Aortic valve, Coarctation of aorta, Mitral valve Stenting: coarctation of aorta, pulmonary artery, PDA, Inter-atrial septum Balloon atrial septostomy (BAS) अन्य: पेरिकार्डियल टैपिंग, पल्मोनरी एवी फिस्टुला डिवाइस क्लोजर, कोरोनरी कोरोनरी फिस्टुला डिवाइस क्लोजर जन्मजात कार्डियक सर्जरी का प्री-ऑपरेटिव और पोस्ट-ऑपरेटिव मैनेजमेंट। अधिग्रहित हृदय रोगों / अतालता / हृदय गति रुकने / मोटापा / सीने में दर्द / बेहोशी आदि का मूल्यांकन और प्रबंधन हृदय संबंधी आपात स्थितियों का प्रबंधन करने वाले बाह्य रोगी विभाग (ओपीडी) का संचालन करें Others: Pericardial tapping, pulmonary AV fistula device closure, Coronary Coronary fistula device closure Pre-operative and post-operative management of congenital cardiac surgery. Evaluation and management of acquired heart diseases/arrhythmias/Heart failure/Obesity/Chest Pain/Syncope etc Conduct out-patient department (OPD) Managing cardiac emergencies प्रकाशन: अनुक्रमित राष्ट्रीय और अंतर्राष्ट्रीय पत्रिकाओं में कई प्रकाशन हैं। विशेष रुचि: भ्रूण इकोकार्डियोग्राफी, एएसडी, पीडीए का डिवाइस क्लोजर, कार्डियक वाल्व का बैलून वाल्वुलोप्लास्टी, सीओए / पीए स्टेंटिंग आदि। सदस्यता: आजीवन सदस्य, पीडियाट्रिक कार्डिएक सोसाइटी ऑफ इंडिया (पीएससीआई) आजीवन सदस्य, भारतीय बाल रोग अकादमी (आईएपी) आजीवन सदस्य, डीएमसी, एमसीआई के एनएनएफ सदस्य Publications: Has numerous publications in indexed national and international journals. Speciality Interest: Fetal Echocardiography, Device closure of ASD, PDA, Balloon valvuloplasty of cardiac valves, COA/PA stenting etc. Membership: Life Member, Pediatric Cardiac Society of India (PSCI) Life Member, Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) Life Member, NNF Member of DMC, MCI
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What is Autism Spectrum Disorder? What is the cause and how does it affect children? How to help children with ASD? What is their outlook? This video will help you to answer all of the above questions!
ASD and ADHD Together: Finding out you have BOTH!? Haven't subscribed to my channel yet? - 🤍 Thank you for checking out my video on ASD and ADHD Together: My story with getting two diagnoses! If you really want to show your support for the channel, I have a Patreon page 🤍 This video outlines my story with getting diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and then Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), all whilst at university! I literally walk you around my apartment as I discuss this topic in order to bring you closer to home, and to show you the day-in-the-life of someone living with primarily inattentive ADHD. Which, according to my psychiatrist, I have had my whole life and not realised! At first, I wasn't sure how it was possible for a single person to have both ASD and ADHD together; but apparently, these disorders co-occur in people very frequently. Both of these disorders are neurodevelopmental, and there are some theories that suggest they are both derived from the same neurological problem. Thankfully, ADHD (inattentive subtype) can be treated (somewhat) with stimulant medication, which I am currently taking (Elvanse 50mg) - I discuss the pros and cons of Elvanse in this video, but be aware this is not medical advice! I try to discuss topics such as this to spread awareness of living with ASD and ADHD, so those of us with these issues can feel we're not alone. Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 And Twitter: 🤍 - My name is Adam, I live in the UK, and I suffered clinical depression for well over 10 years; I thankfully was able to recover and go to university to study Psychology, where I discovered I have Asperger's Syndrome (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ADHD (primarily inattentive). My particular interest is in mental health, mental illnesses, and general mental wellbeing. I regularly upload videos on these topics, so come and join one of the most all-inclusive and accepting communities on YouTube! - 🤍
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