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Low serum calcium may increase risk of sudden cardiac arrest

10:18 EDT 5 Oct 2017 | Science Daily

In a new study, researchers found that individuals with lower levels of calcium in the blood, which is easily monitored, are more likely to experience SCA than those with higher calcium levels.

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