What do you mean by Cyanotic Congenital heart disease?
Cyanotic heart disease is a term used to describe a variety of congenital disabilities in the heart (congenital). They cause a drop in blood oxygen levels. Cyanosis is characterized by a bluish coloration of the skin and mucous membranes.
The normal function of a heart
Blood typically returns to the body and flows through the heart and lungs. Low-oxygen blood (blue-blood) reverts from the body towards the heart's right atrium. The blood is then pumped to the lungs by the right side of the heart, where it picks up oxygen in the lungs and turns red. The oxygen-rich blood comes back from the lungs to the heart's opposite side. It is then injected into the entire body.
Causes of Cyanotic Congenital heart disease
Defect by birth: Congenital disability in the heart can alter blood flow through the heart and lungs. These defects may result in less blood flowing to the lungs. They can also result in the mixing of blue and red blood. As a result, low-oxygenated blood is pumped into the body. Because of this:
The problem with the cardiovascular system is the flaps in the heart that ensure blood circulation in the proper direction.
An obstruction in the aorta, the main artery
Anomalies in the large blood vessels lead to or from the heart.