The Diagnostic Yield of Brugada Syndrome After Sudden Death With Normal Autopsy

Michael Papadakis, Efstathios Papatheodorou, Greg Mellor, Hariharan Raju, Rachel Bastiaenen, Yanushi Wijeyeratne, Sara Wasim, Bode Ensam, Gherardo Finocchiaro, Belinda Gray, Aneil Malhotra, Andrew D’Silva, Nina Edwards, Della Cole, Virginia Attard, Velislav N. Batchvarov, Maria Tome-Esteban, Tessa Homfray, Mary N. Sheppard, Sanjay Sharma and Elijah R. Behr The Diagnostic Yield of Brugada Syndrome After Sudden Death […]


CRY International Medical Conference videos 2017

  Conference videos 2017 Dr Sabiha Gati                    The athlete’s ECG Dr Nabeel Sheikh                ECG indices of cardiomyopathy Professor Sanjay Sharma     International recommendations for ECG interpretation in young athletes Dr Aneil Malhotra                Screening elite […]


CRY Update magazine 71

Read Update 71 here CRY Update 71 reports on all the CRY news, events and fundraising from September to December 2016. In this period, we held our annual Raising Awareness Week – including our most successful CRY Great Cake Bake yet. We also saw fantastic support for the Great North Run in September with over 70 […]


CRY Parliamentary Reception 2015

Our 2015 Parliamentary Reception on Wednesday November 25 was an event attended not only by CRY Representatives, supporters, bereaved families, members of the myheart group and the largest ever number of CRY funded Research Fellows (past and present) but also over 40 MPs – all gathered together under one (very prestigious!) roof to help commemorate […]


CRY Parliamentary Reception 2014

The Terrace Marquee, Westminster – 26th November. Guest of Honour: Lee Mears, former England rugby union international.             CRY’s 2014 Parliamentary Reception on Wednesday November 26 was an event packed not only with CRY Representatives, supporters, bereaved families, members of the myheart group and doctors, but also several CRY Patrons […]


Exercise, the athlete's heart, and sudden cardiac death.

Physical activity is a potent therapy for both the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Exercise appears to most benefit people who are the least active. There is some evidence to suggest that a curvilinear relationship exists between exercise and survival, whereby beyond an optimal level of fitness, the principle of diminishing returns applies. Indeed, […]