Syncope and transient loss of consciousness; multidisciplinary management.9781405176255
Effect of temporary impairment of blood circulation to a part of the body. It is often used as a synonym for fainting, which is loss of consciousness due to inadequate blood flow to the brain. and transient loss of consciousness; multidisciplinary management.
Ed. by David G. Benditt et al.
Syncope (i.e. a period of self-limited cerebral hypoperfusion) presents a number of clinical challenges in that it is only one of many causes of transient loss of consciousness (TLOC TLOC Transient Loss Of Consciousness
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See cardiac dysrhythmia.
An irregular heart rate or rhythm.
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cardiac arrhythmia Center, U. of Minnesota, US), Brignole (cardiology, Ospedali del Tegullio Lavagna, Italy), Raviele (cardiovascular department, Umberto I Hospital, Italy), and Wieling (medicine, U. of Amsterdam, the Netherlands), together with their contributors, build upon the European Society of Cardiology The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) represents more than 50,000 cardiology professionals across Europe and the Mediterranean. Its mission is to reduce the impact of cardiovascular disease in Europe. Syncope Guideline initiative in order to address criteria for diagnosis of the cause of syncope from history and physical examination; optimal diagnostic testing Diagnostic testing
Testing performed to determine if someone is affected with a particular disease.
Mentioned in: Von Willebrand Disease strategies; new insights into treatment options; and the need for a multidisciplinary structured approach to TLOC/syncope management, including development of a multidisciplinary practice guideline.
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