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Toddler with Tetralogy of Fallot underwent two critical surgeries

A little girl born with a congenital heart defent, Tertralogy of Fallot, has endured several procedures including two open-heart operations, an article from News 10 reported.

When Sophia Walsh, 6, was born, she was immediately admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital for her first open-heart operation. At six months old, Sophia underwent another critical surgery. Currently, Sophia is showing signs of improvement – she is able to smile, play with her toys, and touch her toes, which she could not do prior to the operations. Though Sophia is improving, she is deaf and is receiving her food through a tube. Half of her body is afflicted with palsy. According to the National Institutes of Health, Tertralogy of Fallot affects an average of five out of every 10,000 newborn babies.

Sadly, families whose loved ones have Tetralogy of Fallot often have to deal with financial loss due to expensive treatments needed for recovery. However, if your loved one’s birth defect is caused by a mother’s use of Depakote during pregnancy, the legal team of Williams Hart may work on your behalf. Find out how we can possibly help you get financial assistance for treatment today by calling 800-761-3187.     

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