Had various ecg exams would brugada syndrome of showed up?

Brugada syndrome. NO ,concealed Brugada is very often the case needing provocative testing with ECG monitoring; get consultant help if concerned especially if symptomatic.

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Would ecg show brugada syndrome scared to sleep no family history normal ecgs in past no fainting need reasurance read stories of girls dying in their sleep im 25 f how rare is it?

NO reason to worry: Brugada syndrome(BS) is rare. It is 9 times more frequent in males and very much more common in Asians. There is a distinction between BS and a Brugada EKG Pattern(BEKG). The BS patient has had a history of cardiac arrest or syncope or other high risk factors. BEKG type 1 pattern is higher risk. Type 1 EKG is present in approximately 12 out of 1000 people in Japan. Read more...
No worries. If your ECG has been normal, relax. The Brugada changes don't wax and wane. Read more...
Brugada. With the information you provide, the chances of you having Brugada syndrome are very remote. Unless you have a specific reason to think you are at risk of sudden cardiac arrest, you should perhaps find something else to worry about. Read more...

Would echo diagnose Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysphasia? Does brugada syndrome always show up on ECG?

Echo and ekg are limited in their sensitivity. echocardiogram can diagnose arvd put can also miss this condition a cardiac MRI is considered to be superior in diagnosis of this condition As there is "no gold standard" in diagnosis of brugada it is unknown how sensitive the EKG is for this condition and EKG is not always "classic" for diagnosing this condition but EKG findings can be more certain of this condition after giving procan. Read more...
No. Arrhythmogenic RV dsyplasia is best diagnosed by cardiac MRI. Brugada syndrome has a pathognomonic sign on ECG..."hump-backed" ST changes. But it is possible if ECG leads are not placed correctly that it would be more or less pronounced. See an electrophysiologist (subspecialist of Cardiology) if you have a MD entertaining these diagnosis. Read more...

ECG says I might have Brugada syndrome. I have never fainted, feel fine and used to run marathons. Could I have something else?

Here are some... Sorry to hear such diagnosis, which would not be given lightly since the affected patients may die of ventricular fibrillation - so called sudden adult death syndrome (SADS). Hence, bring this question directly to your cardiologist, although having wishful thinking of "not me" has been common to many patients and their family at learning a bad news of suffering from a deadly disease. That is life! Read more...

How can I be tested for Brugada syndrome? ECG has no indication but I've had a few runs of non sustained, monomorphic ventricular tachycardia.

Stress testing. testing for Brugada requires an EKG to look for the Brugada pattern. If present then Electrophysiologic testing is done to see if the pattern can be induced. It is genetic. Is there a history of sudden cardiac death in your family? Talk to your primary care provider about it. . Read more...

What EKG abnormalities suggest brugada syndrome?

Lead V2. Elevation of the j point in v2 - with elevated st segement and abnormal configuration. For more detail, see: http://en.Ecgpedia.Org/wiki/brugada_syndrome. Read more...
Googleimage it! Dont know why you are thinking of this diagnosis but there telltale changes with a downsloping wave in between the qrs (the ventricular activation wave) and the t wave (the ventricular recovery wave). You can find examples of most anything on googleimage. Read more...

Which medications can cause Brugada Syndrome?

Go here.. Brugadadrugs.org. The list of drugs that may or may not exacerbate is extensive. There are tables on this website divided in categories from likely to cause symptoms to "controversial". . Read more...
See below. It's very important to make the distinction between Brugada pattern and syndrome. There are no medications that cause Brugada syndrome. There are drugs that can be given to patients with Brugada pattern to try to assess their individual risk (conversion from type Ii to type I after procainamide infusion). There are drugs that can increase the risk of VF in pts with Brugada syndrome as mentioned. Read more...

Can Brugada syndrome cause monomorphic VT or only Polymorphic?

Usually. polymorphic VT that leads to ventricular fibrillation. It can also cause atrial fibrillation that is usually not fatal but has side effects. You can see changes on an EKG and be genetically screened. All the best. Read more...