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 What causes cyanotic condition and how is it treated?

Answer Cyanosis can be due to problems with heart or lungs. In children cyanosis is commonly due to congenital heart disease in which there is right to left shunt for eg. Tetrology of Fallot.
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If you were treated for a condition in April and got insurance coverage in May would a claim for treatment in October be a pre-existing condition?

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Can benefits be denied if you became pregnant 55 days before the effective date of short term disability insurance that permits denial of benefits for a condition treated in the prior 90 days?

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Why are smokers treated like second class citizens and also treated like children that need to be told off?

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