3 edition of Sudden Cardiac Death in Swedish Orienteers found in the catalog.
Sudden Cardiac Death in Swedish Orienteers
by Uppsala Universitet
Written in English
|Series||Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine, 1017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
Sudden cardiac death in swedish orienteers [Thesis] Sweden: Uppsala University; (13) Krikler DM, Zilberg B. Activity and hepatitis.  Sudden death in young competitive athletes. Clinical, demographic, and pathological profiles. JAMA Jul 17;(3) (11) McCaffrey FM, Braden DS, Strong WB. While most causes of sudden cardiac death relate to congenital or acquired cardiovascular disease, an exception is commotio cordis, in which the heart is structurally normal but a potentially fatal loss of rhythm occurs because of the accident of timing of a blow to the chest. Its fatality rate is about 65% even with prompt CPR and defibrillation, and more than 80% without.
Cardiac arrest is a sudden loss of blood flow resulting from the failure of the heart to pump effectively. Signs include loss of consciousness and abnormal or absent breathing. Some individuals may experience chest pain, shortness of breath, or nausea before cardiac arrest. If not treated within minutes, it typically leads to death. Subacute Bartonella infection in Swedish orienteers succumbing to sudden unexpected cardiac death or having malignant arrhythmias. Scand J Infect Dis III Berglund, E., C. Ehrenborg, O. Vinnere, M. Holmberg, and S.G.E. Andersson. Evolutionary Genomics of Geographically Close Bartonella grahamii Populations Infecting.
Sudden unexpected cardiac deaths in young Swedish orienteers –99 (n = 16); adapted from Wesslén et al., Eur. Heart J. ; – 77 © WB Saunders, A . The sudden onset of symptoms, such as CHEST PAIN and CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS, particularly VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA, can lead to the loss of consciousness and cardiac arrest followed by biological death. (from Braunwald's Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, 7th .
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Sudden Cardiac Death in Swedish Orienteers (Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine, ) by Lars Wesslen (Author) ISBN Cited by: 2. Sudden Cardiac Death in Swedish Orienteers. An accumulation of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths (SUCD) occurred in young Swedish orienteers, most of whom were elite athletes.
From to the incidence in 18 to 34 year old male elite or Ulrika Wickenberg, Ulrika Wickenberg. Wesslén, L,Sudden Cardiac Death in Swedish Orienteers.
Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Comprehensive Summaries of Uppsala Dissertations from the Faculty of Medicine 46 pp. Uppsala. ISBN An accumulation of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths (SUCD) occurred in young Swedish orienteers, most of whom were elite athletes.
Occurrence of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths in young Swedish orienteers by year (n= 16). CARDIAC DEATH AMONG YOUNG ORIENTEERS Eleven of the men and the one woman ranked within national elite classes. Editorial: sudden cardiac death in Swedish orienteers- a mystery solved.
By Bente Klarlund Pedersen. Topics: MALADIE-CARDIOVASCULAIRE, COURSE-D-ORIENTATION, SUEDE, SYSTEME-IMMUNITAIRE Author: Bente Klarlund Pedersen. An accumulation of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths (SUCD) occurred in young Swedish orienteers, most of whom were elite athletes.
Abstract Background: Sixteen cases of sudden unexpected cardiac death, 15 males and one female, are known to have occurred among young Swedish orienteers from.
(English) Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic) Abstract [en] An accumulation of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths (SUCD) occurred in young Swedish orienteers, most of whom were elite athletes.
From to the incidence in 18 to 34 year old male elite orienteers ranked on the national level the same year as death was calculated to 30 (per ,), which represents a 20. Background Sixteen cases of sudden unexpected cardiac death, 15 males and one female, are known to have occurred among young Swedish orienteers from toof which seven cases occurred between and This is considered to be indicative of an increased death rate.
ObjectivesThis study reports on sudden cardiac death (SCD) Wesslen, L, Pahlson, C, Lindquist, O, Hjelm, E, Gnarpe, J, Larsson, E An increase in sudden unexpected cardiac deaths among young Swedish orienteers during – [see Comment].
Eur Heart J. Abstract During an increased frequency of sudden unexpected cardiac death (SUD) occurred among young male Swedish élite orienteers. Subacute-to-chronic myocarditis.
This book draws on the established European guidelines from the ESC that address the key issues in sudden cardiac death, such as identifying individuals at risk prior to an episode of a ventricular tachyarrhythmia or a sudden cardiac arrest, and responding in a timely fashion to the person suffering the event out-of-the-hospital.
Cardiovascular evaluation of the athlete. Issues regarding performance screening and sudden cardiac death. Sports Medic Friman G, Larsson E, Rolf C (). Interaction between infection and exercise with special reference to myocarditis and the increased frequency of sudden deaths among young Swedish orienteers During the periodan increasing number of sudden unexpected cardiac deaths (SUCD) occurred in young, Swedish, male elite orienteers.
Myocarditis was the most common diagnosis in the 16 victims, and in 4 cases was also associated with fatty infiltration mimicking arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC). Chlamydia pneumoniae was implicated as the cause of myocarditis and sudden death in 16 young Swedish elite orienteers (mean age, 25 years; 15 males/1 female) who died unexpectedly.
Subsequently, the investigation was extended to five other Swedish orienteers, identifying C pneumoniae in one, Bartonella quintana in two, and Bartonella henselae. While a large number of cardiac conditions have been associatedwith sudden death during exercise, the most common cause of death inWesternized communities is coronary artery disease.
Coronary arterydisease is the major cause of death in persons aged 40 or older. Kaltman JR, et al. Screening for sudden cardiac death in the young: Report from a National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Working Group. Circulation. ; Risgaard B. Sudden cardiac death: A nationwide cohort study among the young.
Danish Medical Journal. ; About cardiac. Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a sudden, unexpected death caused by a change in heart rhythm (sudden cardiac arrest).It is the largest cause of natural death in the U.S., causing about An increase in sudden unexpected cardiac deaths among young Swedish orienteers during Eur Heart J ; Parrish RG, Tucker M, Ing R, Encarnacion C, Eberhardt M.
Sudden unexplained death syndrome in Southeast Asian refugees: a review of CDC surveillance. Sudden cardiac death definition: the unexpected death of a young adult, usually due to undetected inherited heart disease | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Sudden cardiac death (SCD) in the young is uncommon, but the incidence not decreasing. We previously found the incidence of SCD in 15–year olds in Sweden during –99 to be about 1/ year −1 , a figure in accordance with other studies .We also found that some of the victims had visited an emergency room shortly before death because of cardiac-related symptoms.His death was the final straw that led to a meeting of Swedish health experts to probe potential causes and solutions.
As in the cyclists, the deaths were considered “cardiac,” and a popular hypothesis was a transmissible myocarditis, ascribed first to Chlamydia and then to Bartonella.
Their supporting evidence, however, is not compelling and does not dissuade skeptics, including me, from speculating that a .Sudden death in young athletes usually occurs on the athletic field and is related to physical activity, in the absence of prior symptoms.
1,28–36,50,53–56,59 Indeed, the incremental risk for sudden death in adolescents and young adults is significantly higher (ie, fold greater) when associated with vigorous physical exertion during.