New role for Professor John Morgan.
29 May 2015, Arrhythmia Alliance
Our warmest congratuations to Professor John Morgan, A-A Executive Committee Member and supporter of Arrhythmia Alliance, on his new role...
Arrhythmia Watch News, Issue 56
29 May 2015, www.arrhythmiawatch.com
An educational resource for cardiac rhythm management...
Lilly May Page memorial fun day raises more than £1000 for Arrhythmia Alliance
25 May 2015, Reading & Berkshire News
Several hundred people attend the event in Reading on Saturday...
3-year-old girl dies; 'excessive' coffee intake blamed
27 May 2015, ABS-CBNnews
A 3-year-old girl in Bacolod City died early this month after she allegedly had excessive intake of caffeine.
'Who can make decisions about a pacemaker once it's in my body?'
19 May 2015, BBC Radio 4
After a listener got in touch with an ethical dilemma, we explore what the UK law says about switching off pacemakers and other implanted medical devices
Two young men both suffered from sudden cardiac arrest at the Broad Street Run
18 May 2015
The Broad Street Run is a popular event that takes place in Philadelphia every year on the first Sunday of May and is the nation’s largest ten-mile road race. Overall, the event was a success except for two distinct situations.
Alice the dog enjoys new lease of life after getting pacemaker
15 May 2015, Daily Mail
An adorable pooch with a broken heart was saved - after an entire village clubbed together to help pay for emergency surgery.
A study to understand the ways in which occupation is affected by PoTS
13 May 2015, Tee Side Online Surveys
If you have been diagnosed with PoTS and are interested in completing a survey which is part of the study, please click the link below, which will take you directly to an information sheet. This information sheet explains the purpose of the research, how confidentiality will be protected, the possible benefits of taking part and who has approved the study.
Pacemaker pooch’s new ‘leash’ on life
14 May 2015, Gippsland Times
Many pet owners tend to spoil their furry family members, but a local family have gone above and beyond to save the life of their beloved pet.
ASK THE DOCTOR: My daughter keeps fainting all the time
12 May 2015, Daily Mail
Our 52-year-old daughter has been diagnosed with neurocardiogenic syncope. She continually faints and often hits her head. We are in our late 70s and find it difficult to help. Her GP seems to imply it is something she will have to live with. Is there a cure?