Children and adolescents seldom have “heart attacks,” but they sometimes have heart arrhythmias which can look like the same thing, and be just as deadly. Often they are treated with implantable devices, but need more support than they often get. An expert doctor and the father of a young patient discuss.
- Colin Alesse, parent of heart arrhythmia attack and co-founder Chicagoland Cardiac Connections
- Dr. Greg Webster, cardiologist and electrophysiologist, Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago and co-founder, Chicagoland Cardiac Connections