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A century ago, Drs. Bazett and Fridericia separately and simultaneously published their recommendations for how to correct the QT interval for differences in heart rate. Bazett recommended dividing the QT by the square root of the heart rate…
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Prolongation of the QT interval is a well-established risk factor that predicts increased mortality from sudden cardiac death.1 Identification of patients with the highest risk of QT prolongation and associated adverse outcomes has been facilitated…
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