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Adrian M Baranchuk

Adrian M Baranchuk
Adrian M Baranchuk
Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Queen's University
Queens University


Adrian M Baranchuk is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queens University, Canada. He got his Clinical Fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology from Department of Electrophysiology, Hamilton Health Sciences, McMaster University, Canada. In the year of 2002-2003 he worked as a Fellow in Cardiac Electrophysiology, Department of Electrophysiology, Fundación Jiménez Díaz, Spain. He was also the Chief of Residents in Department of Cardiology, Sanatorio Mitre, Buenos Aires, Argentina. His major research interests are alternative therapies for atrial fibrillation, sleep apnea, atrial remodeling.

Research Interest

Alternative therapies for Atrial Fibrillation    
Indications and role of pharmacologic therapy in the management of patients with recurrent neurocardiogenic syncope
New Teaching Methodologies on Electrocardiology and Electrophysiology
Sleep Apnea and Cardiac Arrhythmias
Sleep Apnea in patients with permanent pacemakers, ICD and CRT
Atrial Remodeling. Atrial reversed remodeling



Journal of General Practice - Brugada Phenocopy: Update 2014

Spontaneous Type-1 or type-2 ECG Brugada pattern Underlying cause justifying the ECG abnormality ECG normalization once the underlying cause is corrected Lack of clinical features suggesting BrS (syncope/ aborted sudden death) NEGATIVE Sodium channel blocker test (Fleca/Ajma/Procainamida) Whenever possible NEGATIVE genetics (not mandatory!!!) No surgical procedure involving the RVOT in the last 96 Hrs (new!!!) 8. Proper ECG filters (new!!!)

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