Published:November 15, 2021DOI:
        In the article titled “Radiofrequency ablation in Brugada syndrome” by Koonlawee Nademanee, MD, FHRS, that published in the October issue of Heart Rhythm Journal (2021: 18: 1805-1806), “Sosa technique” was misspelled as “Sousa technique” in the fifth paragraph. The author regrets the error.

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        • Radiofrequency ablation in Brugada syndrome
          Heart RhythmVol. 18Issue 10
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            Brugada syndrome (BrS) was introduced in the early 1990s as “primary electrical disease” that caused ventricular fibrillation (VF) in relatively healthy individuals who had coved-type ST-segment elevation in right precordial electrocardiographic (ECG) leads,1 and it was thought to be due to repolarization abnormality from ion channelopathy due to molecular genetic defects.2 Around the same time, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified an alarming increase in sudden nocturnal unexplained deaths among Laotian and Cambodian refugees in the United States.
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