Clinically significant bradyarrhythmias in video-EEG patients

@article{Shih2011ClinicallySB,
  title={Clinically significant bradyarrhythmias in video-EEG patients},
  author={Jerry J. Shih and Andrew R Spector and Firas A. Taha and Rose Mills},
  journal={Seizure},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={225-230}
}
PURPOSE The prevalence of patients thought to have epilepsy who are ultimately diagnosed with asystole or bradyarrhythmias not associated with seizures is currently unknown. We studied a tertiary referral population to determine the rate of clinically significant asystole or bradyarrhythmias in patients being evaluated for possible epilepsy in 2 inpatient epilepsy monitoring units (EMU). METHODS A retrospective cohort of 1606 consecutive patients admitted for video-EEG monitoring at… CONTINUE READING
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