More than half of all victims of sudden cardiac death in children (SCDc) – defined as SCD in those 1–18 years old – experienced antecedent and/or prodromal symptoms prior to death, according to a nationwide study published recently in the European Heart Journal.
Dr Narain of St George’s, University of London, spoke to Arrhythmia Watch about the study and the research being conducted at St George’s.
To view the article click here.
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new set of seminars taking place at St George’s, University of London throughout the coming year.
To view the list of events scheduled for June please click here.
Please note that all seminars are held in room J0.8 and will commence at 1pm.
Prof Kaski discusses T cells in atherosclerosis with Dr Dumitriu and HDL and atherosclerosis with Dr Cockerill. To view the interviews please click HERE.
If you are an exclusive e-cigarette smoker and would be interested in participating in a research study please contact Maria (email@example.com).
The study will involve 4 short questionnaires and a simple computer task. The whole study should take no longer than 30 minutes.
Participants will be given £7 Love to Shop vouchers for their time.
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Read the new article published in the journal Circulation on the Comparison of ECG criteria for the detection of cardiac abnormalities in elite black and white athletes.
This article can be accessed here.
Registration for the 4th London VT Symposium can now be accessed here.
Click here to view the latest research output of the Vascular Sciences Centre within the journal Circulation.
Click here to view the new publication by Professor DC Bennett
A new publication by Abbas Zaidi published this week in the AHA Circulation journal, has garnered attention for its study of the “Physiological right ventricular adaption in elite athletes of African and Afro-Caribbean origin”.
Featured as “Editors pick of the week”, the publication has also spurned an article from Johnathan Weinstock and Mark Estes who have comended the authors for bringing to the forefront the “important clinical implication”s of this trial, and the emphasis that should be placed upon them.
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