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The official blog of the SADS Foundation

Finding my superpowers

The other day, while watching a wheelchair basketball game, my friend was talking about how one of the players ended up paralyzed. When she finished telling the story she said "I don't know what I would do in that situation. Would I keep going or just give up in...

Normal Life (except with LQTS)

Sometimes normal life involves taunting my dogs with donuts on a Sunday morning   Sometimes normal life involves having coffee in a hospital after having an ICD pocket revision.    I remember the day I got married.  It was hot and the tulle of my dress was scratchy...

What keeps you up at night?

  This blog is for you. We hear your questions posted on other forums and can't always answer them. So let's hear them again. What keeps you up at night? While this blog is not intended to provide individualized medical advice and cannot be a substitute for a...

Doctor, patient and mother

Here is my story - after a brief fainting episode during an exercise class 3 years ago I wound up getting a stress test and noticed my own ST segments looked funny. That led to an ECG that demonstrated a QTc of 513 and a new diagnosis of long QT syndrome. I started...

Welcome!

https://youtu.be/m79XBSdhVzQ Welcome to SADS Channel, the official blog of the SADS Foundation! SADS Channel is intended to be a place for sharing experiences, information, news, research opportunities, and other content related to SADS conditions such as LQTS, BrS,...