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Conceptos actuales sobre la muerte súbita

@article{Asensio2005ConceptosAS,
  title={Conceptos actuales sobre la muerte s{\'u}bita},
  author={Enrique Asensio and Ren{\'e} Parra Narv{\'a}ez and Joel Dorantes and Jorge Oseguera and T ArturoOrea and R PabloHern{\'a}ndez and G Ver{\'o}nicaRebollar and Llu{\'i}s Mont and Jos{\'e} Lu{\'i}s Brugada},
  journal={Gaceta Medica De Mexico},
  year={2005},
  volume={141},
  pages={89-98}
}
La muerte subita se define como aquella que ocurre antes de una hora de la aparicion de los sintomas. Es una condicion grave que en diversos paises supone un problema de salud publica y que en Mexico implica entre 33 y 53 mil muertes anuales, en su mayoria ligadas a enfermedad isquemica del corazon. La causa primordial de la muerte subita son las arritmias ventriculares graves, sin embargo determinar que sujetos son susceptibles de tener un episodio arritmico es complejo y por ello la relacion… 
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