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Johns Hopkins Experts Available to Discuss Cardiac Arrythmia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

JOHNS HOPKINS EXPERTS AVAILABLE TO DISCUSS CARDIAC ARRYTHMIA
Maryland Medical Examiner’s office cites as cause of death for U.S. Naval Midshipman

The state Medical Examiner's Office cited cardiac arrhythmia, or abnormal heart rhythm, 
as the cause of sudden death of 19 year-old U.S. Naval Academy student Kristen Dickmann.

Dickmann, a first year student and volleyball player at the academy, was studying to be a naval aviator.

The Johns Hopkins experts below can shed light on sudden cardiac death and this serious heart condition, including potential symptoms and causes, preventive and interventional/non-surgical treatment options.

SOURCES:    

Hugh Calkins, M.D.
Director of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Heart Institute’s Arrhythmia Service
http://www.hopkinsheart.org/experts/cardiology/details.html?profile=6624&directory=105

Gordon F. Tomaselli, M.D.
Professor in the Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Department of Medicine 
http://www.hopkinsheart.org/experts/cardiology/details.html?profile=6177&directory=105

Ronald D. Berger, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor in the Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Department of Medicine 
http://www.hopkinsheart.org/experts/cardiology/details.html?profile=6174&directory=105

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cell    (410) 707-3116
email   jlazaro1@jhmi.edu

 

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