Index A page number followed by b indicates a box f, figure and t, table. A Acute-onset hemiplegia with murmur, 251–259 Adolescents. See also Athletes cardiac arrest in, 159–165 syncope in, 167–175, 199–206, 207–214 ALCAPA. See Anomalous left coronary artery from the pulmonary artery (ALCAPA) Anomalous left coronary artery from the pul- monary artery (ALCAPA), 194–198 Aortic arch anatomy, 239f Arrhythmia, cocaine-induced, 161–165 ASD. See Atrial septal defect (ASD) Athletes. See also Adolescents Exercise abnormal electrocardiogram in, 107–113 chest pain in, with exercise, 77–83 after heart surgery, 99–106 hemiplegia in, 225–231 murmur in, 85–90 sports participation in, after heart surgery, 99–106 syncope in, 91–98, 167–175 Atrial septal defect (ASD), 201–206 B Bazett formula for heart rate correction, 46f, 171f, 179f Bezold-Jarisch reflex, 170 Bland-White-Garland syndrome, 194 Bradycardia and syncope in adolescent, 207–214 Breathing difficulties with exercise, 185–190 wheezing and recurrent pneumonia, 271–277 C Cardiac arrest in adolescent, 159–165 Cardiac failure and abnormal electrocardiogram in infant, 191–198 Pediatric Heart Failure Index, 38t wide QRS tachycardia and, 243–250 Cardiogenic shock in neonate, 129–134 Carditis, anti-inflammatory treatment strategy, 73b Chest pain with exercise, 77–83 after heart surgery, 99–106 Chest radiography, enlarged cardiac silhouette on. See Enlarged cardiac silhouette on chest radiography Cocaine-induced arrhythmia, 161–165 Coronary artery arrangement, 195f Cyanosis in 4-year-old boy, 55–59 without murmur, 11–17 in neonate, 117–122 D DCM. See Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) Differential diagnosis acute-onset hemiplegia with murmur, 252–253 adolescents cardiac arrest in, 160–161 syncope in, 168, 200, 208 athletes abnormal electrocardiogram in, 108 chest pain in, with exercise, 78 hemiplegia in, 226 murmur in, 86 sports participation in, after heart surgery, 100 syncope in, 92, 168 bradycardia and syncope in adolescent, 208
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