EastEnders‘ Carmel Kazemi will become familiar with she’s the rare heart problem Brugada syndrome – exactly the same diagnosis provided to her boy Kush on Friday that caused his recent cardiac arrest.
Can the Kazemis deal with this latest health shock? And just what about all of those other clan – is other people in the household in danger from getting a life-threatening cardiac arrest?
However in tomorrow’s episode, Carmel is told she’s vulnerable to suffering cardiac arrest at any time and it is drawn in for surgery herself as Kush and more youthful brother Shakil reel in the news.
Kush had an urgent situation operation to implant a defibrillator which transmits a surprise towards the heart whether it starts beating too quickly, putting his family and buddies with an agonising wait to find out if he’d survive.
Following a shock of Kush’s health crisis, the Walford mother is troubled to understand the syndrome is hereditary and her boy might have inherited a faulty gene in one of his parents.
Kush’s mother also offers Brugada syndrome…
With all of those other family potentially in danger doctors test Carmel and ensure this news she’s Brugada syndrome, which disrupts electrical activity within the heart and may cause usually fast heartbeats that can result in cardiac arrests.
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