Brugada syndrome with non-sustained VT; sodium channel blocking drugs (e.g. amio, procainamide) can be dangerous here!
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Brugada syndrome with non-sustained VT; sodium channel blocking drugs (e.g. amio, procainamide) can be dangerous here!
- Dr. Amal Mattu @amalmattu
#Brugada #syndrome #Electrocardiogram #ECG #EKG #Clinical #Cardiology
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