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Evaluation and management of asymptomatic athlete at risk of arrhythmias

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The authors:

St George’s university of London, UK:
Dr Andrew Cox, Cardiology Research Fellow
Dr Michael Papadakis, Lecturer in cardiology
Prof Sanjay Sharma, Professor of clinical cardiology
on behalf of the EACPR Sports Cardiology Section.
Sports Cardiology

The case:

An 18-year-old female attends a routine occupational medical in order to join the British Army. She represents her school and region in cross-country running and hockey. She is asymptomatic with no family history of cardiovascular disease or sudden death. Clinical examination is normal. A routine ECG is performed as part of her assessment.



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