Cardiac arrhythmias of genetic origin are important contributors to sudden infant death syndrome

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Schwartz PJ and Crotti L (2007) Cardiac arrhythmias of genetic origin are important contributors to sudden infant death syndrome. Heart Rhythm 4:6 740–2.

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First Paragraph: Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) remains one of the most challenging causes of mortality in the young. The absence of clear findings before or after death, the mystery surrounding these deaths, and often the relatively young age of the parents are all factors that contribute to its devastating psychosocial impact, which—in addition to the tragedy of losing a young child— generates usually unwarranted guilty feelings, especially among the mothers.

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