LQTS in Children is Potentially Lethal But Can Be Detected through ECG Assessment
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LQTS in Children is Potentially Lethal But Can Be Detected through ECG Assessment

  A recent article published in EMS WORLD cautions that long QT syndrome (LQTS), a potentially lethal disease in young people, often remains undiscovered. An ECG can detect the disease,…

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A New “Calculator” Analyzes 5-Year Risk for Arrhythmic Events in Long QT Syndrome
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A New “Calculator” Analyzes 5-Year Risk for Arrhythmic Events in Long QT Syndrome

  Because of COVID-19, many health and medical-related conferences and events have been moved to virtual settings. But that doesn't mean that the learning has stopped, says Healio. During the Heart…

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Many Genes Commonly Implicated in Long QT Syndrome May Not Actually be Related
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Many Genes Commonly Implicated in Long QT Syndrome May Not Actually be Related

The Problem with Identifying the Genes that Cause a Genetic Disorder from In The Cloud Copy When it comes to genetic disorders, it can be very difficult to pinpoint exactly what…

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A Physician Sees the Patient Perspective When Getting Treated For Primary Periodic Paralysis
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A Physician Sees the Patient Perspective When Getting Treated For Primary Periodic Paralysis

According to a story from Neurology Advisor, a retired physician experienced the challenges of being a rare disease patient first hand after being diagnosed with primary periodic paralysis thanks to…

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