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Supplement Issues Jan - Feb 2014 Edn.




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  1. Introduction to the special supplement
  2. Sudden cardiac arrest
  3. Sudden cardiac death - Historical perspectives
  4. Mechanisms of sudden cardiac death
  5. Global burden of Sudden Cardiac Death and insights from India
  6. Ventricular tachycardia in ischemic heart disease substrates
  7. Sudden cardiac death in patients with nonischemic cardiomyopathy
  8. Radio frequency ablation for VT - A cost-effective tool to combat SCD in developing countries
  9. Inherited arrhythmia syndromes leading to sudden cardiac death in the young: A global update and an Indian perspective
  10. Genetic testing to predict sudden cardiac death : current perspectives and future goals
  11. Cardiac imaging in evaluating patients prone to sudden death
  12. Tools for risk stratification of sudden cardiac death: A review of the literature in different patient populations
  13. Relevance of guideline-based ICD indications to clinical practice
  14. ICD programming
  15. Cost-effectiveness of implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in today's world
  16. Post-resuscitation care for survivors of cardiac arrest
  17. Pharmacotherapy to reduce arrhythmic mortality
  18. Prevention of sudden cardiac death beyond the ICD: Have we reached the boundary or are we just burning the surface?