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Heart Health

31 August 2012

Cardiac arrest more common in young than thought

Cardiac arrest is relatively rare in young people, but it may be more common than experts have thought, according to a new study.

Cardiac arrest is relatively rare in young people, but it may be more common than experts have thought, according to a new study.

According to that estimate, one in 200 000 young athletes (up to age 35) suffers cardiac arrest each year.

 

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