Congenital Heart Disease In Children And Improving Outcomes Covered On "Behind The Scenes" With Laurence Fishburne

Wednesday, March 25, 2020 Child Health News
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A new episode of the program seeks to educate on heart issues in children.

MIAMI, March 25, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Tony and Emmy award-winning American actor Laurence Fishburne is best known for his performances throughout the ages. The "Contagion" star is imparting his talents as the host on the educational show "Behind The Scenes" with Laurence Fishburne. The informational segment interviews industry professionals about a wide array of topics that impact people all across the globe. An impending episode will highlight developments in the medical industry that are positively impacting the lives of children living with congenital heart disease.

Congenital heart disease is an abnormality in the heart that develops before birth. These abnormalities could be defective vessels, leaky valves, or holes in the heart. This type of heart disease affects 1 in 120 babies born in the U.S., which makes heart defects the most common congenital disability.

Approximately 100-200 newborn deaths are caused by unrecognized heart disease each year.

Advancements in the medical field are creating surgical and non-surgical procedures for congenital heart disease that are improving the length and quality of children's lives. These medical developments are bettering the outcome for children born with the disease, whereas positive outcomes were previously slim. Heart disease can be difficult for anyone of any age to manage, but thanks to headways in the medical field, children have a better chance. "Behind The Scenes" will further dive into these advancements in heart medicine in the upcoming episode.

"Behind The Scenes" with Laurence Fishburne is cautiously reviewing before presented to a larger viewing audience. The informational show has accepted numerous awards for its efforts.

 

SOURCE Behind The Scenes with Laurence Fishburne



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