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Table 1 Cases of complete atrio-ventricular block in acute rheumatic fever collected from the literature

From: Adams-Stokes attack as the first symptom of acute rheumatic fever: report of an adolescent case and review of the literature

Author Age (years), gender Adams-Stokes attack Degree of AV block Pacing Duration of complete AV block
(Ref number)      
Arcuri [3] 47, m Yes Intermittent complete AV block no 7 days
Barold [4] 39, m No From I to III no 5 days
Baracchi [5] 33, m No III No 4 days
  13, m Yes From II for 10 days to III no 3 days
Clarke [1] paediatric Yes From I to III yes 8 days
  paediatric No From I to III no unknown
  paediatric No From I to III no unknown
Duran [6] 17, f Yes From III to II yes 5 days
Filberbraum [16] unknown unknown III unknown unknown
Guven [7] 9, m No From II to III no no improvement in rhythm at the 3rd month
Hee Yoo [8] 13, m No From III to II no 3 days
Lenox [9] 13, m Yes III yes unknown
Malik [10] 16, m No From I to III no a few minutes
Mohindra [11] 38, m Yes III yes unknown
Montano [17] 9, f No III no 10 days
Poberezovskii [12] paediatric Yes III unknown unknown
Rojas [13] 15, unknown Yes III yes 4 days
Shah [18] 12, f unknown III unknown unknown
Stocker [19] paediatric unknown III unknown unknown
  paediatric unknown III unknown unknown
Tampieri [14] 37, m Yes III yes 2 days
Thomas [15] 12, m Yes III yes 36 hours
Zalzestein [2] 3 patients range 9 to 11 (1 m, 2 f) No III No from 30 to48 hours
   No III No  
   No III No