Brugada syndrome is a heart related disease which is potentially life threatening in nature, if not diagnosed and cured during its early stages. Under this syndrome, the heartbeat of a person loses its original rhythm and the heartbeats usually occur at uneven intervals. This disease occurs in the lower heart chambers and it does not have any pre-defined symptoms as such. Risk factors of this disease are heredity, being male, being an Asian and in some cases fever obstructing the heart movement to cause a sudden brugada faint or a cardiac arrest.
HOW IS BRUGADA SYNDROME DIAGNOSED?
Brugada syndrome were first reported among survivors of cardiac arrest in 1989, but in 1992 it was discovered by the Brugada Brothers.