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The Impact of Ethnicity on Cardiac Adaptation

… sporting discipline and intensity of sport. Some athletes, particularly those of African or Afro-Caribbean … to exercise. Keywords Athlete's heart , black athletes , Asian athletes , east Asian athletes , cardiac adaptation , ethnicity , …

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Using Pharmacogenetic Testing or Platelet Reactivity Testing to Tailor Antiplatelet Therapy: Are Asians Different from Caucasians?

… interventions and their associations with outcomes. The East Asian paradox has been well documented - Asians who have had … a consensus statement in 2014 on antiplatelet use in East Asians with ACS or requiring PCI, clearly stating that …

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2020 Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology Consensus Recommendations on the Use of P2Y12 Receptor Antagonists in the Asia-Pacific Region

… Article Text Figures & Tables References Article 2020 Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology Consensus Recommendations … used for reperfusion in China, India and parts of South-East Asia, whereas percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) … (29-60%) than Caucasian people (15%). 5 Furthermore, the 'East Asian paradox' results in a different benefit-risk …

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Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cardiac Complications and Considerations for Returning to Sports Participation

… summarises the potential implications of COVID-19 for athletes returning to sport, including common cardiac … overlap of pathology with physiological change seen in athletes' hearts. Keywords COVID-19 , sport , myocarditis , … rates in the UK from COVID-19 among people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds have been shown …

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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Athletes

… & Tables References Article Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Athletes Aneil Malhotra , Sanjay Sharma , Register or Login … reported historically as the most common cause of SCD in athletes younger than 35 years of age. A diagnosis of HCM may be challenging in athletes as pathological hypertrophy of the left ventricle …

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Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes

… & Tables References Article Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes Andrew D'Silva , Michael Papadakis , Register or … exercise may act as a trigger for arrhythmic death in athletes who harbor an occult pathological substrate. The majority of sudden cardiac deaths (SCDs) in young athletes (?35 years old) are secondary to inherited cardiac …

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Risk Stratification for Coronary Artery Disease in Marathon Runners

… CV screening and risk stratification in recreational athletes. Current American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines … in most countries, and the cardiovascular work-up of athletes contains potential pitfalls. As a prudent measure, … on cardiovascular pre-participation screening in athletes. The Marathon Study Cohort The study design and …

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Congenital Coronary Artery Anomalies at Risk of Myocardial Ischaemia and Sudden Death

… Roberts W C, Mc Allister H A et al., Sudden death in young athletes, Circulation (1980);62: pp. 218-229. Crossref | … J, Poliac L C et al., Sudden death in young competitive athletes: clinical, demographic, and pathological profiles, … G, Screening for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in young athletes, N. Engl. J. Med. (1998);339: pp. 364-369. Crossref …

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ESC 2020: EAST – AFNET 4 Study

… Video ESC 2020: EAST - AFNET 4 Study Published: 17 Sep 2020 Views: 22 Likes: … Center UKE Hamburg, Hamburg, DE) discusses results of the EAST - AFNET 4 Study. The study prospectively tests the … with AF when compared to usual care. Questions 1. What is EAST - AFNET 4 and what does it aim to answer? 2. What is the …

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ECR - Volume 10 Issue 1 Summer 2015

… diagnostic algorithms. A paper on sudden cardiac death in athletes by Papadakis provides insight into possible … and Sudden Cardiac Death Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes Andrew D'Silva ,  Michael Papadakis ,  Citation:  …

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