Syncope

Syncope, fainting or fainting are practically synonymous and are defined as the sudden and transient loss of consciousness. Patients are aware that their forces are dwindling and that at any moment your body may collapse and lose consciousness. The causes of syncope can be very diverse, from cardiovascular as they arrhythmias or heart disease, neurovascular up as migraines and pharmacological or metabolic causes. Treatment involves keeping the patient with elevated legs and head bowed in a well ventilated and no crowds. Second, if that were not enough, there must be the primary cause of the fainting patient. As for treatment, there is no drug to prevent the occurrence of these fainting.

 
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