Every day in the USA,
young adults die from detectable but

undiagnosed heart conditions.
Learn More about ECG screening.

Max Schewitz
1985-2005
95%
Missed

The standard preparticipation physical fails to detect over 95% of conditions that can lead to sudden cardiac death.

60%
Found

A painless, noninvasive ECG test can detect upwards of 60% of the markers of conditions that lead to sudden cardiac death. Yet, an ECG is not a part of the routine physical for young adults.

1
EKG

To fill that gap and protect our young adults, we provide low-cost, high-quality ECG testing supplemented with limited echocardiography for select students.

Traveling with an AED

Not long after we posted about purchasing an AED for emergencies both at home and away, a parent whose child was diagnosed with LQT as a result of our screening, wondered about traveling with the AED in an airplane. Unfortunately, she was told recently by a major airlines that she could not bring batteries on board, so she did not bring the AED with her when she traveled. What a shame!

We wondered about policy for taking an AED on a plane. This is what we discovered:

Raffle Sales and Cardiac Screenings

Two things to know today:

Let’s do this!

Let’s sprinkle our communities with AEDs. We want what Cher sang about oh so many years ago: we want to ensure ‘the beat goes on’.

Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. This year, over 350,000 people will suffer from sudden cardiac. Sudden cardiac death can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere and at any age.

60,000th Milestone Achieved

Electrocardiographic Screening in National Collegiate Athletic Association Athletes

Unfortunately, we are not able to access the entire article, but the summary is often the most read portion of a scientific article by a lay person (like me!). The plain English ending sentence is all you need to read, IMHO.