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Electrocardiographic Markers of Increased Risk for Cardiac Events Including Sudden Cardiac Death A Commentary on the QRST Angles | OMICS International | Abstract
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Electrocardiographic Markers of Increased Risk for Cardiac Events Including Sudden Cardiac Death A Commentary on the QRST Angles

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Abstract

There are several markers of increased risk for cardiovascular events including but not limited to increasing age, male sex, Hypertension (HT), and Diabetes Mellitus (DM). These risk factors are, however, very broad and prevalent and, for obvious reasons, optimal treatment of HT and DM are the corner stones in the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular events associated with these conditions.

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