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Paper Chase 2: Thyroid Function and Sudden Cardiac Death

Andrew Buelt, DO and Joe Weatherly, DO
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Higher Free T4 levels were associated with increasing risk of sudden cardiac death.

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Brian F. -

Please provide a link to the study. Recommendations on optimal free T4 levels for pts on supplemental T4?

Heidi J., MD -

Hi Brian!
You can find the study specifics in our written summary, which is under the downloads tag.
If you haven't already, I'd suggest having a listen to the July 2016 chapter on Hypothyroidism, where our endocrinologist does a deep dive on all things related to TSH, T4 etc.

Brian F. -

Hi Heidi, thanks for the reply! Enjoying the site. Seems the jury's still out on optimal free T4..

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Ear Pain is but a Memory Full episode audio for MD edition 183:12 min - 86 MB - M4AHippo Primary Care RAP December 2016 Summary 305 KB - PDF

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