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Novel and Highly Lethal NKX2.5 Missense Mutation in a Family With Sudden Death and Ventricular Arrhythmia
To date, several disease-related mutations in NKX2-5, a cardiac-specific homeobox gene, have been documented in patients with a variety of congenital heart diseases (CHDs). The most commonly reportedExpand
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Ventricular lead redundancy to prevent cardiovascular events and sudden death from lead fracture in pacemaker-dependent children.
BACKGROUND Children requiring a permanent epicardial pacemaker (PM) traditionally have a single lead placed on the right ventricle. Lead failure in pacemaker-dependent (PMD) children, however, canExpand
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Atrial standstill in a pediatric patient with associated caveolin-3 mutation
Introduction Atrial standstill (AS), a rare arrhythmogenic condition, is defined by (1) the absence of P waves in surface and intracavitary electrocardiograms (ECGs), (2) the absence of A waves inExpand