Sudden Cardiac Arrest due to Brugada Syndrome: a Case Report

sadeghi, bagher and montazeri, maryam and rezaei shahmirzadi, arash and sarayloo, farzaneh (2016) Sudden Cardiac Arrest due to Brugada Syndrome: a Case Report. Navid No, 18 (61). pp. 24-27.

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Abstract

Cardiovascular Events occur at different ages for different reasons, One of the uncommon causes of sudden cardiac arrest that can be fatal in humans, is Brugada syndrome. The victims are often young men Appearance quite healthy. Its prevalence is high in Southeast Asia.The best treatment method in patients with ECG recognize But without a history of sudden cardiac death, Is that prognosis of clinical variables And ECG in patients with ECG Compatible with Brugada syndrome without previous history of cardiac arrest Effectively be analyzed.The patient is a young man who in the early morning after waking up from sleep with Syncope and decreased level of consciousness And was brought to hospital emergency. On initial examination, patient had no pulse rate and electrocardiogram showed a straight line And bilateral pupillary dilation And had no reaction to light immediately (CPR) started after about 40 minutes rhythm of the patient was converted to sine and was transferred to the ICU . After transfer to the ICU and perform E.C.G characteristic changes Brugada syndrome was observed. In about a month hospitalization in ICU , and after tracheotomy and insertion(N.G Tube) patient was discharged and transferred to home and through a gastric tube feeding for a long time, he continued, And then with the help of those around him began oral feeding. Currently the patient is not able to mobility and activities and with the help of others continue to vegetative state life.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: WG Cardiovascular System
Divisions: Journals > Navid No
Depositing User: nnj nnj
Date Deposited: 08 Jul 2018 09:52
Last Modified: 08 Jul 2018 09:52
URI: http://eprints.mums.ac.ir/id/eprint/10119

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