sudden adult death syndrome

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sudden adult death syndrome

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(Pathology) the unexpected death of a young adult, usually due to undetected inherited heart disease. Also called: sudden death syndrome or sudden cardiac death Abbreviation: SADS, SDS or SCD
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Teenager Alison Linforth, from Long bridge, died on her first day at Cadbury Sixth Form College from Sudden Death Syndrome.
Sudden death syndrome also known as adult cot death kills up to 100 under35s every year in Scotland.
Her brother, also named Darren, died from Sudden Death Syndrome - a condition which each week affects four seemingly healthy youngsters in Britain - when she was just six.
What Jordan suffered from is known as Sudden Death Syndrome a condition which results in the death of four fit, healthy youngsters in Britain every week.
In January 2001, specialists diagnosed Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) and told her that in the future she would experience dangerously fast heart patterns.
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She suggested the death could be attributed to SUDS, which belongs to the spectrum of sudden death syndrome affecting infants, also known as cot death.
The 16-year-old's life was snatched away by an extremely rare disease called sudden death syndrome, leaving her family and friends devastated.
Around one hundred Scots aged 15 to 25 are thought to die from Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) every year.
Durham-based Labour MEP Stephen Hughes was today taking part in the World Health Organisation campaign to officially recognise and name what is presently known as Sudden Death Syndrome.