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Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredSudden death cases from seizure are increasing. Dr. Oz and Dr. Jan Garavaglia (Dr. G) discuss the sudden deaths of three women in this video.
Niamh van Meines, Nursing, answeredSudden death is most commonly caused by injuries or accidents, a heart attack, a stroke and ruptured aneurysms. Less frequently events that cause airway obstruction such as poisonings, allergic reactions, choking on food and asthma attacks can cause a sudden death.