My Approach to Sudden Death Risk Evaluation in Athletes, Who Should Play and Who Can Return to Play? View Full Text


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2021-06-09

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Eugene H Chung, Ghanshyam Shantha

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Purpose of ReviewAlthough the absolute risk of sudden death in the athlete is low, pre-articipation evaluation is an important opportunity to assess risk as well as establish a working relationship with the patient. In this chapter, we review the basis for our approach to pre-participation evaluation of an athlete.Recent FindingsTo date, no randomized study has compared the additive benefit of the screening ECG; however, the false positive rate is now in an acceptably low range. Different imaging modalities and/or exercise stress testing may provide important adjunctive information.SummaryThoughtful assessment of the athlete should account for exercise-induced adaptation and shared decision-making in challenging cases. Future research continues on distinguishing between the physiologic and pathologic changes in the athlete’s heart. No matter what screening program is in place, a well-thought-out and well-rehearsed emergency action plan is paramount. More... »

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12

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