The ECG appearance in Brugada syndrome is caused by failure of the dome of the action potential to develop. Increased activity of the I(to) current in epicardial cells generates a transmural gradient with repolarization dispersion between the epicardium and the endocardium in the right ventricular wall, thus favoring the development of VF by a phase 2 reentry mechanism. The efficacy of cilostazol for the management of these arrhythmias has been reported. This drug is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor with positive chronotropic properties, thus blocking outward potassium currents I(to) in the myocardial tissue. We present a patient with Brugada syndrome with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), who suffered multiple ICD discharges due to VF during therapy with this drug.