Published in the March / April issue of the Canadian Journal of Cardiology.

Michael Gollob of the Ottawa Heart Institute and involved a committee of adult and pediatric arrhythmia specialists, genetic counselors and a bioethicist.. StressesJournal of Cardiology published recommendations on genetic testing in the evaluation of Inherited arrhythmiasThe Canadian Cardiovascular Society and Canadian Heart Rhythm Society have the first comprehensive guidelines for the use of genetic testing in the clinical management of inherited cardiac arrhythmias produced, published in the March / April issue of the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, published by Elsevier.

The guidelines highlight the appropriate use of genetic testing in the management of patients and their families through a variety of genetic diseases of the heart, dangerous dysrhythmias dangerous dysrhythmias affected. Gollob emphasizes cardiac arrhythmia, won the rapid development of genetic knowledge from research in recent decades now a very practical role in the management of patients and their families, sometimes holds these conditions taught. ‘But ‘should proceed with genetic testing decisions are not taken lightly, and these guidelines are intended to ensure that the ordering physicians have a clear understanding of when when genetic information may or may not be helpful. ‘according to Dr. Sources: Elsevier, AlphaGalileo Foundation.Been safer card issuing Under Warning Letters to company for poor quality of, safety standards, the Congressional report says.