Harvard Heart Letter

Living with long QT syndrome

Long QT syndrome is a lengthening of part of the heart's normal rhythm that occurs when its muscle cells do not properly process certain substances. The resulting erratic heart rhythm can cause fainting, shortness of breath, and possibly death.

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