Mar 1, 1976

Syncope with prolonged QT interval

American Journal of Diseases of Children
J P Frank, D Z Friedberg

Abstract

Four children with syncope had a prolonged QT interval on the electrocardiogram. Neurologic studies were negative. One patient had associated deaf mutism, one had a family history of sudden death and prolonged QT interval, and two had ventricular arrhythmias while being monitored in the hospital. Treatment with propranolol hydrochloride eliminated the syncope in all patients, although the ECGs remained abnormal.

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Myocardial Contraction
Syncope, Tussive
Cardiac Conduction System
Sudden Death
Electrocardiographic Recorders
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Adrenergic beta-Antagonists

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