Cardiac catheterisation, which is a diagnostic test used to
determine the severity of a heart disorder, can, in some cases, actually be used as a corrective measure.
Following the launch of Mending a Broken Heart in 2008, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve launched a similar book that covers cardiac catheterisation, to help children and their parents through the process of diagnosis and treatment.
Hearing that your child has a heart problem and needs
surgery strikes fear into every parent’s heart. And being able to offer easily-understandable answers to parents’ questions is just one way that the WSPCCA is working to make the
process of diagnosis, surgery and recovery easier to cope with.
Both Mending a Broken Heart books is available from the WSPCCA at Netcare Sunninghill
For more information, contact Lynda Bleazard on 011 257 2017.