sudden death syndrome


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sudden death syndrome

[′səd·ən ′deth ‚sin‚drōm]
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It is estimated that up to 12 young people die suddenly each week in the UK of cardiac abnormalities, also known as sudden death syndrome or sudden cardiac death.
Ten Welsh families who had lost members to sudden death syndrome attended the event in Cardiff Bay to raise awareness of it among AMs.
Sudden death syndrome is the umbrella term for the cardiac arrests that kill people under 35 with undiagnosed heart conditions.
And she said she could not work out why there was not greater awareness of sudden death syndrome, which predominantly affects those aged between 14 and 35 and claims 12 lives a week.
Leghari (2005) isolated 12 species of fungi belonging to 10 different genera from infected mango trees showing sudden death syndrome symptoms, with 20-83.
I believe that having a healthy diet, healthy mind and a proper exercise will keep the sudden death syndrome away from youngsters.
He sat down at the wheel and sadly died of sudden death syndrome.
Washington, Sep 21 (ANI): Many soybean fields in Indiana show sudden death syndrome and brown stem rot even at the time when the crop is ready to be harvested, says a Purdue University crop disease expert.
IT HELPS TO TALK ABOUT SUDDEN LOSS CRY was founded in 1995 to raise awareness of conditions that can lead to Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) and Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS).
Child A died of sudden death syndrome in October 2007.
ACHDAC presented the launch of the programme for the prevention of the Sudden Death syndrome in young people and young athletes and for continuous education, training and research programmes