Concealed cardiomyopathies revealed in cardiac arrest survivors

October 21, 2020

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Centenary Institute researchers have discovered that genetic testing can identify ‘concealed cardiomyopathies’ in nearly a quarter of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) survivors who seem to have a normal heart. The findings will mean improved diagnosis rates and personalized care for SCA survivors as well as guide the screening of family members who may have the same underlying genetic condition.

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– Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation

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