Dr Numan Ali, Dr Asifa Zaib, Dr Ambreen Shahzadi
The ECG showed an electrocardiographic pattern in which Brugada type 2 syndrome was reported and the patient was sent to a cardiac arrhythmia treatment center, where flecainide confirmed the diagnosis. Electrophysiological examination showed a low arrhythmia profile, and the patient was advised to avoid the consumption of certain drugs and drug abuse in patients with Brugada syndrome. Brugada syndrome is distinguished by fainting or sudden death based on the electro-cardio graphic outline of ST segment advancement in the normal heart, but on the precordial paths from V1 to V3 and the right bundle division block. Polymorphic ventricular tachycardia is caused by syncope and sudden death. These electrocardiographic symbols may appear during a routine professional examination of an asymptomatic patient. Keywords: Detection, Control, Brugada Syndrome, Occupational Risks.