This is according to a study released by Little Hearts just.

‘Early recognition is completely critical to the successful treatment of congenital heart defects and, in countless instances, it will save lives.’ Foresight is 20/20 Those families that did know the youngster got a CHD before giving birth reaped tremendous benefits from knowing in advance: Related StoriesCHOP's Buerger Middle for Advanced Pediatric Care celebrates grand openingStudy: Visceral body fat in early pregnancy may increase threat of gestational diabetesHSS researchers help identify lupus patients at increased threat of problem pregnanciesThree out of five stated they gave birth at a hospital more equipped to take care of the care of newborns with a CHDOne in five prepared themselves mentally and emotionally for the arrival of a seriously ill kid Others did their homework: 14.9 % of respondents stated they arranged for a pediatric cardiologist in advance of their baby’s arrival, and 5.8 % said that knowing beforehand was most beneficial because it gave them time to do research on CHDs through the pregnancy More Survey Results Four out of five respondents said neither parent of the heart child had any genealogy of CHDs Having a baby to a kid with a CHD was more prevalent for women in their 30s than in any other generation Three out of four respondents have only one child with a congenital heart defect; 3.6 % have several children with a CHDNearly three out of five respondents said their heart child has two or more CHDs; 42.0 % said their heart child has one CHD The most typical CHD among children of respondents was Hypoplastic Still left Heart Syndrome , a very serious heart defect occurring when the remaining side of the heart will not develop completely..Having authors suggest the best reviewers may seem like a good idea therefore. In the aftermath of the recent scandals involving fake peer reviewers, many journals are determined to turn off the reviewer-recommendation option on the manuscript-submission systems. But that move may not be enough, as the publisher Hindawi uncovered this past springtime. Although Hindawi doesn’t allow authors suggest reviewers because of their manuscripts, it made a decision to examine the peer-review records for manuscripts submitted in 2013 and 2014 for possible fraud.