[Can sudden cardiac death be prevented by treatment with anti-arrhythmia drugs?].

Abstract

Sudden cardiac death is defined as death due to a primary cardiac cause or mechanism, occurring within one hour of the onset of acute illness in a person thought to be free of, or with symptomatically mild, heart disease, or simply prehospital death. Of persons dying suddenly, 90% have coronary artery disease, less commonly, dilated cardiomyopathy or… (More)

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@article{Zrenner1990CanSC, title={[Can sudden cardiac death be prevented by treatment with anti-arrhythmia drugs?].}, author={Bernhard Zrenner and Beverly H. Koller and Wolfram Rudolph}, journal={Herz}, year={1990}, volume={15 2}, pages={90-102} }