Early repolarization pattern in competitive athletes: clinical correlates and the effects of exercise training.

@article{Noseworthy2011EarlyRP,
  title={Early repolarization pattern in competitive athletes: clinical correlates and the effects of exercise training.},
  author={Peter A Noseworthy and Rory B. Weiner and Jonathan Kim and Varsha Keelara and Francis Wang and Brant D. Berkstresser and Malissa J Wood and Thomas J. Wang and Michael H Picard and Adolph M. Hutter and Christopher H. Newton-Cheh and Aaron L. Baggish},
  journal={Circulation. Arrhythmia and electrophysiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={432-40}
}
BACKGROUND Inferior lead early repolarization pattern (ERP) recently has been associated with sudden cardiac death. Although ERP is common among athletes, prevalence, ECG lead distribution, clinical characteristics, and effects of physical training remain uncertain. We sought to examine the nonanterior ERP in competitive athletes. METHODS AND RESULTS ERP was assessed in a cross-sectional cohort of collegiate athletes (n = 879). The relationship between ERP and cardiac structure were then… CONTINUE READING

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