Sudden Cardiac Death
Last Posted: Apr 26, 2022
- Machine learning techniques for arrhythmic risk stratification: a review of the literature.
Chung Cheuk To et al. International journal of arrhythmia 2022 23
- Using AI to predict future cardiac arrest
K O'Leary, Nature Medicine, April 14, 2022
- Muscle LIM Protein Force-Sensing Mediates Sarcomeric Biomechanical Signaling in Human Familial Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.
Riaz Muhammad et al. Circulation 2022
- Electrocardiographic Findings, Arrhythmias, and Left Ventricular Involvement in Familial ST-Depression Syndrome.
Christensen Alex Hørby et al. Circulation. Arrhythmia and electrophysiology 2022 101161CIRCEP121010688
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Leone Ornella et al. Giornale italiano di cardiologia (2006) 2022 23(3) 200-210
- Clinical Characteristics and Follow-Up of Pediatric-Onset Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy.
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- Practitioners' Confidence and Desires for Education in Cardiovascular and Sudden Cardiac Death Genetics.
Lopez Santibanez Jacome Laura et al. Journal of the American Heart Association 2022 e023763
- Benefits and outcomes of a new multidisciplinary approach for the management and financing of sudden unexplained death cases in a forensic setting in Switzerland.
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- Racial Disparities in Ion Channelopathies and Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Associated With Sudden Cardiac Death.
Chahine Mohamed et al. Journal of the American Heart Association 2022 e023446
- Real life experience with the wearable cardioverter-defibrillator in an international multicenter Registry.
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