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2. Recommendations for competitive sports participation in athletes with cardiovascular disease. A consensus document from the Study Group of Sports Cardiology of the Working Group of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Physiology, and the Working Group of Myocardial and pericardial disease of the European Society of Cardiology Pelliccia et al; Eur. Heart J. 2005; 26:1422-45.
3. Sudden death in young competitive athletes. Clinical demographic and pathological profiles Maron et al; JAMA 1996; 276:199-204. (Demonstrates failure of current methods of screening)
4. Trends in sudden cardiovascular death in young competitive athletes after implementation of a pre participation screening program Corrado et al; JAMA 2006;296:1953-1601. (Report of the Italian experience using ECG to reduce sudden death rate)
5. Pre-participation Screening of Young Competitive Athletes for the Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death Corrado et al; J. AM. Coll. Cardiol. 2008; 52:1981-9.
7. Cardiovascular Screening in College Athletes With and Without Electrocardiography Baggish AL, et al; Ann Intern Med. 2010; 152:269-275
8. Cost-Effectiveness of Electrocardiography Screening in Young Adults; Wheeler, MT et al; Ann Intern Med. 2010; 152:276-286
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11. Postmortem Long QT Syndrome Genetic Testing for Sudden Unexplained Death in the Young David J. Tester, and Michael J. Ackerman doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2006.10.010 published online Dec 28, 2006; J. Am. Coll. Cardiol.
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15. Feasibility and findings of large-scale electrocardiographic screening in young adults: Data from 32,561 subjects by Joseph Marek, MD, Vince Bufalino, MD, Johneen Davis, BSN, MBA, Kathleen Marek, BSN, Apoor Gami, MD, MSc, FHRS, William Stephan, MD, Frank Zimmerman, MD Heart Rhythm, October 2011
16. Key Concepts in the Evaluation of Screening Approaches for Heart Disease in Children and Adolescents : A Science Advisory From the American Heart Assocation. Journal of American Heart Ass. April 2012.pdf
17. Pediatric Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics March 2012. And from Medpage Today:
18. ECG Before Starting Stimulants for ADHD Called a Cost-Effective Screen PDF
19. ECG Reveals Cardiac Problems in a Third of College Athletes PDF
20. Finding Young Athletes' Heart Defects by 12-Lead ECG PDF
23. NCAA-Funded Study Supports Screening NCAA Athletes for Sudden Cardiac Death Risk, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
24. Inter-Association Task Force Recommendations on Emergency Preparedness and Management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in High School and College Athletic Programs: A Consensus Statement, Journal of Athletic Training
27. Cardiac Screening before Participation in Sports, The New England Journal of Medicine, November 2013
28. Cardiac Screening before Participation in Sports — Polling Results, New England Journal of Medicine, March 2014
30. The ECG's that will be read around the world and save lives of sports people, BJSM Seattle, January 2013.
31. Cardiovascular screening in adolescents and young adults, BJSM, July 2014
32. Interpretation of the electrocardiogram of young athletes, American Heart Association, December 2012
33. Inter-Association Task Force recommendations on emergency preparedness and management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in high school and college athletic programs, Journal of Athletic Training, March 2007
34. Athletes sudden heart deaths eclipse past estimates: study, HSnewsbeat.com, July 2014
35. Sudden cardiac death in young athletes, JACC, March 2013
37. Use of Electrocardiogram as Part of the Preparticipation Examination, Pediatrics Annals, January 2016
38. Is There a Reason Why NBA Athletes Have Higher Rates of Sudden Cardiac Death? JAMA Cardiology, February 2016
39. Sudden Cardiac Death in the Young, AHA Journals
40. Interassociation Consensus Statement on Cardiovascular Care of College Student-Athletes, American College of Cardiology
41. Why cardiovascular screening in young athletes can save lives: a critical review, BJSM, July 15, 2016
43. Electrocardiographic Screening in National Collegiate Athletic Association Athletes, The American Journal of Cardiology, Sept. 2016
44. PRE-SCREENING FOR YOUNG ATHLETES AT RISK OF SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH: WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN’T, AND AT WHAT COST, Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Sept. 2016
46. Study Shows moderate exercise may aid HCM patients, The JAMA Network, March 2017
47. Event Risk in Children With WPW Syndrome, American College of Cardiology, April 2018
48. Outcomes of Cardiac Screening in Adolescent Soccer Players, New England Journal of Medicine, August 2018
49. Electrocardiogram interpretation in NCAA athletes: Comparison of the ‘Seattle’ and ‘International’ criteria, Journal of Electrocardiology, 2019
Also, please consider using this Pediatric Sudden Cardiac Death Risk Assessment for your patients. It was developed by Dr. Robert Campbell, Chief Medical Officer, The Children's Sibley Heart Center.Download one with ICD 9 Codes.