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ALCAPA: Anomalous Left Coronary Artery From the Pulmonary Artery

Anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA) is a heart defect.

Ductus Arteriosus, Wellness

We didn't learn about Abby's heart defect until is was almost too late.  Last May, when Abby was 11-years-old, she was at school in PE running sprints when her heart stopped beating.  10 minutes of CPR and 2 shocks from the paramedics brought her back to life.  She was diagnosed with restrictive-hypertrophic-cardiomyopathy. 2 days later, Abby was placed on the heart transplant list and through the gift of organ donation, she received her new heart on July 12th, less than 2 months after her…

We didn't learn about Abby's heart defect until is was almost too late. Last May, when Abby was 11-years-old, she was at school in PE running sprints when her heart stopped beating. 10 minutes of CPR and 2 shocks from the paramedics brought her back to life. She was diagnosed with restrictive-hypertrophic-cardiomyopathy. 2 days later, Abby was placed on the heart transplant list and through the gift of organ donation, she received her new heart on July 12th, less than 2 months after her…

Anatomy of the Heart.  Blood from starts in Right Atrium (RA), to Right Ventricle (RV), into pulmonary arteries, into pulmonary veins, through Left Atrium(LA),fillings the Left Ventricle(LV) and into the Aorta.

Anatomy of the Heart: Blood flow through the Heart and the Heart Valves involved.

Anatomy of the Heart: Blood flow through the Heart and the Heart Valves involved. -this will come in handy

Nursing by the Numbers

Nursing infographic - some very interesting data -- did you know that nurses were injured more often than construction workers and assaulted more frequently than prison guards -- so much for "peaceful" first responders --

ALCAPA heart

pictures of a heart with alcapa

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