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         Syncope:     more books (100)
  1. Syncope: Mechanisms and Management by Blair P. Grubb MD, Brian Olshansky, 2005-05-06
  2. Syncope: The Philosophy of Rapture by Catherine Clement, 1994-10
  3. Syncope and Transient Loss of Consciousness: Multidisciplinary Management
  4. The Discourse of the Syncope: Logodaedalus (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Jean-Luc Nancy, 2007-12-20
  5. Syncope Cases
  6. Neurocardiogenic Syncope: A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, And Annotated Research Guide To Internet References by Icon Health Publications, 2004-12-30
  7. Neurally Mediated Syncope: Pathophysiology, Investigations, and Treatment (The Bakken Research Center Series, Volume 10) (Bakken Research Center Publication)
  8. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Syncope: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2003-04-08
  9. The Evaluation and Treatment of Syncope: A Handbook for Clinical Practice (European Society of Cardiology)
  10. On the Threatenings of Apoplexy and Paralysis, Inorganic Epilepsy, Spinal Syncope, Hidden Seizures, the Resultant Mania, Etc by Marshall Hall, 2010-01-09
  11. Syncopes by Robin Cook, 1991-02-01
  12. Cough syncope (American lecture series ; no. 231. American lectures in internal medicine) by Vincent de Paul Joseph Derbes, 1955
  13. A New Theory of Chloroform Syncope by Robert Kirk, 2010-10-14
  14. A New Theory Of Chloroform Syncope: Showing How The Anesthetic Ought To Be Administered (1890) by Robert Kirk, 2010-09-10

1. Syncope
syncope (SIN'kope) is temporary loss of consciousness and posture, described as

2. Syncope Definition Of Syncope In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
syncope. 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

3. Cheltenham Syncope Clinic
Neurocardiogenic syncope (also known as Vasovagal syncope) and Carotid Sinus Syndrome are important, treatable, yet under-diagnosed causes of recurrent blackouts. Diagnosis and management of these conditions is explained in this website.

4. Syncope (medicine) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
syncope is the medical term for fainting, a sudden, usually temporary, loss of consciousness generally caused by insufficient oxygen in the brain either through cerebral

5. Syncope - Symptoms, Treatments And Resources For Syncope
syncope MedHelp's syncope Center for Information, Symptoms, Resources, Treatments and Tools for syncope. Find syncope information, treatments for syncope and syncope symptoms.

6. Syncope
Also known as fainting, an information sheet compiled by NINDS, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

7. Syncope EMedicine Emergency Medicine
Overview syncope is defined as a transient, selflimited loss of consciousness with an inability to maintain postural tone that is followed by spontaneous recovery. The term

8. Syncope - Cardiovascular Disorders - Health Library - Children's
Detailed information on syncope, also called fainting, including causes, symptoms, diagnostic, and treatment information

9. American Heart Association
An explanation of what syncope is, neurally mediated syncope, AHA recommendations and further resources to related issues.

10. Syncope EMedicine Pediatrics Cardiac Disease And Critical Care
Overview syncope refers to loss of consciousness due to decreased cerebral perfusion to the areas of the brain that maintain consciousness, which include the brainstem

11. Syncope
syncope. Timothy C. Hain, MD. Last edited 7/2002. Please read our disclaimer. syncope defined Causes Evaluation Prognosis Education Index . syncope (faint) is a sudden fall of

12. American Academy Of Family Physicians
An article entitled Exercise-Related syncope in the Young Athlete Reassurance, Restriction or Referral?

13. Syncope - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
syncope may refer to one of the following syncope (medicine), loss of consciousness; Vasovagal episode, a common form of fainting; syncope (phonetics), the loss of one or more

14. AGS Aging In The Know
FAINTING (syncope) The medical term for fainting is syncope (pronounced SINco-pee, from the Greek meaning to cut off ). You lose consciousness, become unresponsive, and your

15. The Center For Pediatric Hypotension
Information about the investigation, evaluation, and treatment of adolescents and children with syncope, orthostatic tachycardia, and other forms of chronic orthostatic intolerance including CFS.

16. Fainting (Syncope) Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Treatment On
Fainting or syncope can be caused by deydration, medications, diabetes, pregnancy, anemia, heart conditions, age, and more. Diagnosis and treatment information is included in

17. Syncope, Cardiac Arrhythmia Center, Washington Hospital
syncope, Cardiac Arrhythmia Center. Washington Hospital Center, Washington DC Area, Maryland, Virginia syncope is caused by a temporary loss of consciousness, known commonly as

18. Syncope Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments And Causes
syncope information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.

19. Fainting
Fainting, which medical professionals call syncope (pronounced SINko-pea), is a loss of consciousness, usually brief, caused by a temporary loss of the brain’s blood supply.

20. OBS Syncope
Met schoolinformatie, jaarroosters, activiteiten en ouderinfo. Gevestigd in de Muziekwijk.

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