Q&A With Reginald Ho, MD, From Thomas Jefferson Hospital: Discussing Abnormal, Unsuspected Electrocardiogram

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Sometimes even the most routine appearing patients can have results on their EKG that that can catch even the most veteran cardiologists off guard. This can be especially true for people who have had relatives suffer an unexpected cardiac fatality.

Sometimes even the most routine appearing patients can have results on their EKG that that can catch even the most veteran cardiologists off guard. This can be especially true for people who have had relatives suffer an unexpected cardiac fatality.

Reginald Ho, MD, from Thomas Jefferson Hospital discussed this topic during the American College of Physicians Internal Medicine meeting in Boston. Ho said especially for patients who are in a delicate state emotionally following the death of a loved one the approach to treatment can be as important as the process as a whole.

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