A prospective study on spontaneous fluctuations between diagnostic and non-diagnostic ECGs in Brugada syndrome: implications for correct phenotyping and risk stratification.
- Published Article
European heart journal
- Publication Date
Nov 01, 2006
The prevalence of fluctuations between diagnostic and non-diagnostic ECGs in patients with Brugada syndrome is high and may have an implication on the correct phenotyping and on the risk stratification in patients with Brugada syndrome without aborted sudden cardiac death. For correct phenotyping and risk stratification, repetitive ECG recordings seem to be mandatory.
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