Genetic testing is considered the standard of care for Long QT Syndrome (LQTS) (and other SADS conditions) for both the diagnostic and treatment process. It can help clarify whether someone has the disease (and often if they don’t) and help doctors determine treatment. Below are a few of the different situations where genetic testing can be helpful.
Help save the life of a relative. If you or your children have a SADS condition, chances are very high that extended family does too. Here are tools to help you identify the branches of your extended family that might be at risk.
Boston Scientific Physician Advisory for CONTAK RENEWAL® 3 / 3 RF / 4 / 4 RF and VITALITY® HE ICDs
Adjusting to life with a SADS condition can be an emotional challenge. Support from others with similar diagnoses comes in a variety of ways.
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