Shortly after university finals in 2010, I had a second ajmaline challenge (drug assisted ECG) in London under Professor Sharma’s team, with the unexpected result that I was positive for Brugada syndrome – unexpected because 18 months previously I’d received the all clear at a local hospital. However unequivocally grateful and relieved I’d been with the negative result, the registrar’s approach and manner […]
Watch myheart members, Paula Beck and Joseph Tanner debate with CRY’s myheart cardiologist, Dr Michael Papadakis on exercising with an ICD.
Miccoli’s tenth weekend of their tour was in Norwich’s Intu Chapelfield shopping centre and was a very busy one for the band. The family trio had a really positive response from the Norwich shoppers and meant they had the opportunity to promote CRY and the band to a lot of people throughout the weekend. Francesca, […]
Miccoli’s twelth and final weekend of their tour during 2014 took them to Derby where they performed at the Intu Shopping Centre at West Mall. There was a great response to their attendance and the band were able to raise vital awareness in the town. “Derby was a perfect place to end this year’s C-R-Y/Miccoli […]
My brother died suddenly, aged 31, in Australia. He was very fit and healthy. As a result, my family and I had to undergo genetic heart testing. Some of my family, including myself, were diagnosed with a hereditary heart condition called Brugada syndrome. Through this I was introduced to Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) […]
Watch myheart member Paula Beck speak with Professor Sharma about having Brugada syndrome. Understanding the syndrome and the effects it has. Watch Paula debate with CRY myheart cardiologist, pills Dr Michael Papadakis along with another myheart member, generic Joseph Tanner on exercising with an ICD below.
MedicAlert in partnership with myheart It is recommended that anyone with a hidden medical condition carries a form of identification detailing their condition and any medication they are on. This could be in the form of a card placed somewhere visible in your wallet/purse, or an identification bracelet, help such as a MedicAlert bracelet. MedicAlert […]
Living with Brugada syndrome Watch myheart member Paula Beck speak with Professor Sharma about having Brugada syndrome below.