iPod Image

Brugada syndrome is one of the unrecognized killers diagnosable on ECG. If you have been involved in resuscitation of more than 25 patients with sudden cardiac death you have seen one. It is not rare, and it is one of the causes of syncope or sudden death in young males. This disorder, along with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and prolonged QT interval are sometimes recognized on ECG in asymptomatic patients.

This topic can be viewed full screen from this page, downloaded as a web page to your desktop, or downloaded as a .pdb file for use on a handheld device if the iSilo text reader app has been installed.