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Efficacy of personal symptom and family history questionnaires when screening for inherited cardiac pathologies: the role of electrocardiography
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    Could ECG screening for sudden cardiac death result in an increase in mortality later in life?

    Dear editor

    I have read with interest the article by Wilson et al (in the March edition of the British journal of Sports Medicine) regarding their support for using an ECG in screening for sudden cardiac death in the young. Furthermore I note that there is considerable support from many sporting governing bodies for the above recommendation.

    I note the comments of Dr Richard Page (in the Warm up section o...

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