Congenital Arrhythmogenic Pathologies - An Overview with Dr. Chris Reed



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Dr. Chris Reed presents an overview of congenital arrhythmogenic pathologies by first focusing on two families of diseases: structural and conduction. He then discusses pathophysiology and cause of disease and after, the diagnostic workup and what to include in a consultation. Finally, Dr. Reed presents management plans and when to pursue intervention.

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