Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return

It’s often the tiniest hearts that need the most help. That’s why, our pediatric heart experts specialize in early detection and repair of congenital heart defects. Total anomalous pulmonary venous return (TAPVR) is when the pulmonary veins drain into the right atrium of the heart rather than the left, where it's supposed to. If your child is diagnosed with total anomalous pulmonary venous return, we’re here to ease your concerns, answer your questions, and give your child the best possible chance for a healthy future.

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Pensacola

Nemours Children's Clinic, Pensacola

5153 N. Ninth Ave.
Pensacola, FL 32504
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For Appointments: (850) 505-4700

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Central Time)
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What to Bring
  • photo ID
  • medical and pharmacy insurance cards
  • preferred pharmacy name and phone number
  • names and dosage of all medications, including over-the-counter medication, your child is currently taking
  • guardianship and custody papers, if a legal guardian rather than a parent accompanies your child
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Returning Patients
 
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Our team of caring, board-certified pediatric cardiologists and experienced nurses at Nemours Children’s Clinic, Pensacola provides evaluation and management of heart disease for children (from birth through age 17) who are referred to us from physicians in and around Pensacola, as well as throughout the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama.

Our noninvasive (nonsurgical and noncardiac-catheterization) services include diagnostic tests such as cardiac ultrasounds, stress testing, and EKGs. And our colorful “child-like” echocardiogram room allows children to rest comfortably while watching a favorite video. The echocardiogram (also called an ultrasound of the heart) allows our cardiologists to “see” the heart within the chest — its structure and how the blood circulates through it.