Tetralogy of Fallot (cont.)
Alvaro Zeballos, MD
Mike Manka, MD
Alan D Forker, MD
Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD
Jonathan Adler, MD
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When to Seek Medical Care
Sometimes tetralogy of Fallot goes undiagnosed for several months to a year. Diagnosing conditions such as tetralogy of Fallot is one of the goals of routine checkups with your doctor. Take your child to his or her health care provider if the child develops a bluish color, has breathing difficulties, seizures, fainting, fatigue, slow growth, or developmental delay. A medical professional should establish the cause of these problems.
If you cannot reach your child's health care provider or if the child develops any of the following symptoms, take the child to a hospital emergency department right away:
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