How to promptly recognize SCA in a collapsed and unresponsive athlete.
When an athlete with SCA collapses, they often show the following signs:
- Eyes open and rolled back
- Brief seizure-like activity
- Shaking or twitching
- Continued breathing movements that later transition into occasional (agonal) gasping
by Jonathan Drezner, MD, Director of Sports Cardiology, discusses the importance of ECG technology for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) screening.