Dr Andreas Pflaumer of Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne gives a cardiologist's perspective on sudden death in the young.
Andreas Pflaumer is a Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne, a senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne and an Honorary Fellow at the MCRI. Before 2009 he was working as a Senior Physician at the Department for Paediatric Cardiology and Congenital Heart Disease in the German Heart Centre, Munich. Since 2004 his work has focused on paediatric electrophysiology (integration of 3D anatomic information into mapping systems), sudden death in the young and cardiac-resuscitation therapy. He is the co-founder of EURIPIDES and a member of AEPC, ESC, PACES, HRS and AHA.
From the 2014 Paediatric Acute Care Conference in Sydney.