The Century-Old Heart Test That May Predict Sudden Cardiac Death

Risk for sudden cardiac arrest — a condition that occurs because of a short circuit in the heart — can be detected in about 50 percent of patients before the deadly attack occurs, according to Dr. Sumeet Chugh, who has been studying electrocardiograms (EKGs) for decades. Chugh has come up with a “risk score” that configures EKG data to indicate whether a person may need a defibrillator before they actually have a cardiac arrest. A score above four shows a 20-fold...

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