Does Non Sustained V-Tach require a referral to an Electrophysiologist if no Evidence of structural heart disease is found?

No. Non sustained VT (depending on the rate and duration) is not a worrisome finding in patients without structural heart disease or syncope (passing out.) This would not require a referral to an EP.

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What to do if I have nonsustained ventricular tachycardia, would this be classed as a long term heart disease?

Yes. this has to be studied and to try and determine why this occurred. VT can be dangerous if it becomes sustained. Speak to a cardiologist about the plans for you , they may consider placing an internal monitor that fires when you go into a VT. Read more...