Acyanotic heart disease is a set of heart problems that usually arise prior to or at birth. They do not, however, hinder the quantity of oxygen or blood that is to be relayed to the tissues. This condition is a sub-category of congenital heart defects. Basically In Acyanotic Heart Disease, the blood passes from the left chamber(s) of the heart to the right one(s) because of a defect in the inter-ventricular septum’s (wall of the heart) structure.
The person encounters high blood pressure which would in turn strain the heart’s functionality. Due to this increased pressure, the heart can grow weak and the chances of heart failure become more probable.