The cardiac charity SADS UK is a leading provider of medical information relating to SADS (Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome). The charity has six medical advisors who have expertise in cardiac conditions that may precipitate a SADS death if not identified and treated.
SADS UK Medical Advisors:
"SADS UK perform vital work in increasing public awareness of sudden death in the young and striving to prevent these tragic events."
Dr Pier Lambiase,
Clinical Consultant Cardiologist
Heart Hostpital, London
"My Objective is to improve the lives of patients with cardiac arrhythmias some of whom are at risk. I am therefore very pleased to assist and advise SADS UK who have provided essential support over many years to patients, their families and my own research programme"
Dr Andrew Grace
Papworth Hospital, Cambridge
"SADS UK is a very important charity in both supporting the relatives of sudden death victims as well as promoting the provision of appropriate and timely medical services for these patients. SADS UK was instrumental in the commissioning and design of our 'Sudden Death Syndrome Clinic', making sure we addressed the real needs"
Dr Mike Griffith
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
"SADS UK is an internationally recognised charity and it is my pleasure and privilege to be associated with them. They are are compassionate charity, providing reliable and timely information. SADS UK is highly respected by families and healthcare professionals alike. We are all very grateful to them for their efforts"
Professor Nigel Wheeldon
Northon General Hospital, Sheffield
"Familial arrhythmias often result in sudden death in the young and in the most unexpected manner. SADS UK sponsor genetics research committed to enhance understanding and managing sudden cardiac death"
Dr Dhavendra Kumar
Consultant Clinical Geneticist
Institute of Medical Genetics
University of Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
"SADS UK has been of great benefit to many of my patients who have suffered sudden loss of family members, both at the time of the event and in the following months. The organisation does a great deal to highlight the issues surrounding young sudden deaths and the need to organise care around evaluation and support of surviving relatives."
Professor Clifford Garratt
Manchester Heart Centre