Invitation to participate in a study on Pregnancy and Long QT Syndrome

Long QT syndrome (LQTS) is an inherited rhythm problem predisposing approximately 1 in 2000 individuals to serious and life-threatening heart rhythms that can result in cardiac arrest. The children of mothers or fathers with LQTS have a 50% chance of having LQTS, and even before they are born, babies with LQTS can have the life threatening rhythm problems.


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Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association
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Website for fetal Long QT study called fetallqts.com.
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