3 Cardiac diagnoses in survivors of cardiac arrest with culprit-free coronary angiograms.
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Knowledge of cardiac arrest (CA) causes other than coronary artery disease is derived predominantly from post-mortem studies, identifying hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) as the commonest diagnosis. Management of CA survivors mandates definite attempts towards diagnosis, particularly as the cause may be inherited with implications for family screening. Our approach to non-ischaemic CA includes cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) and electrophysiological (EP) assessment.
AuthorsWilliams, HJ; Joshi, A; Kirkby, C; Castiello, T; Stephenson J, E; Wragg, A; Sekhri, N; Schilling, RJ; Mohiddin, SA
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