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Syncope in a population of healthy young adults--incidence, mechanisms, and significance
USAF School of Aviation Medicine.
in Randolph AFB, Tex
Written in English
|Statement||(By) George Dermksian, L.E. Lamb.|
|Series||Report -- 58-132|
|Contributions||Dermksian, George., Lamb, Lawrence E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
The evaluation of adults with syncope is also discussed elsewhere. (See "Emergency evaluation of syncope in children and adolescents" and "Syncope in adults: Clinical manifestations and diagnostic evaluation".) BACKGROUND. Syncope is a sudden, brief loss of consciousness associated with loss of postural tone from which recovery is spontaneous. Syncope in childhood is very common. The vast majority of episodes are benign, and are due to neurocardiogenic syncope. Only a minority are due to something potentially more serious or life threatening. The diagnosis and differentiation of benign from more serious causes of syncope is made primarily by the history. Investigations are often by:
Population of Patients. From October through March , 70 patients with a history of recurrent syncope were found to have abnormal responses to head-up tilt by: (See "Causes of syncope in children and adolescents" and "Approach to the adult patient with syncope in the emergency department".) DEFINITION AND CAUSES Syncope is a sudden, brief loss of consciousness associated with loss of postural tone from which recovery is spontaneous [ 1 ].
Objective: We assessed the prevalence and distribution of the different causes of transient loss of consciousness (TLOC) in the emergency department (ED) and chest pain unit (CPU) and estimated the proportion of persons with syncope in the general population who seek medical attention from either their general practitioner or the ED/ by: Assessment of risk for serious cardiovascular outcome after syncope is difficult. To determine the incidence of first syncope in primary care. To investigate the relation between syncope and serious cardiovascular (CV) outcome and serious injury. Retrospective cohort study using data from the Intego general practice-based registration network, collecting data from 55 general practices (90 Cited by:
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J Am Med Assoc. Nov 1;(9) Syncope in a population of healthy young adults; incidence, mechanisms, and significance.
DERMKSIAN G, LAMB by: The overt act at the time of syncope was most often postural change or pain. Cardiac arrhythmias induced by the common respiratory maneuvers were often associated with syncope.
Disturbances in a person's general hygiene not only decrease his stress tolerance but apparently make him more susceptible to by: Syncope in a population of healthy young adults; incidence, mechanisms, and significance.
PROUDFIT WL, FORTEZA ME. Micturition syncope. N Engl J Med. Feb 12; (7)– Articles from California Medicine are provided here courtesy of BMJ Group. Author: A D Silk. Dermksian, L.E. LambSyncope in a population of healthy young adults: incidence, mechanism and significance J Am Med Assoc, (), pp.
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Dermksian G, Lamb LE. Syncope in population of healthy young adults: incidence, mechanisms and ; – Google ScholarCited by: Epidemiology of Syncope (Fainting) Syncope in a population of healthy young adults: Incidence, mechanisms, and significance. Article. The prognostic significance of syncope has not been.
The incidence rate of first syncope was per person years. There was a sharp increase in incidence after 70 years from events per person years in men aged 60 to 69 to in men aged 70 to 79 – equivalent to an estimated 10 year cumulative incidence of 6% (Fig 1).Cited by: Dermksian G, Lamb LE: Syncope in a population of healthy young adults: incidence, mechanisms and significance.
JAMA ; November The American Journal of Medicine Volume 73 by: Syncope is a common medical problem, with a frequency between 15% and 39%.
In the general population, the annual number episodes are to per Author: Rose Mary Ferreira Lisboa da Silva. The association of syncope prevalence with subject characteristics is reported in Table constituted 62% of the syncope group compared with 51% of the nonsyncope group (P Cited by: Syncope in a population of healthy young adults; Incidence, mechanisms and significance.
JAMA. ; – Abboud FM. Lolli G, Bertulla A. Carotid sinus massage, eyeball compression, and head up tilt test in patients with syncope of uncertain origin and in healthy control subjects. Am Heart J. ; Although syncope is a common occurrence, little information is available concerning its incidence in the general population, in an ap- parently healthy adult male population and in flying by: 1.
Request PDF | Syncope | Syncope is a syndrome in which a relatively brief and self-limited period of loss of consciousness is triggered by transient insufficiency of | Find, read and cite all. Syncope is a clinical syndrome in which transient loss of consciousness (TLOC) is caused by a period of inadequate cerebral nutrient flow, most often the result of an abrupt drop of systemic blood pressure.
Typically, the inadequate cerebral nutrient flow is of relatively brief duration (8 to 10 seconds) and, in syncope, is by definition spontaneously self-limited. Micturition syncope. N Engl J Med. Feb 12; (7)– WAYNE HH. Syncope. Physiological considerations and an analysis of the clinical characteristics in patients.
Am J Med. Mar; – DERMKSIAN G, LAMB LE. Syncope in a population of healthy young adults; incidence, mechanisms, and by: 5. DERMKSIAN G, LAMB LE. Syncope in a population of healthy young adults; incidence, mechanisms, and significance. J Am Med Assoc. Nov 1; (9)– Harrington JT, Jr, DeSanctis RW.
Hiccip-induced atrioventricular block. Ann Intern Med. Jan; 70 (1)– MCINTOSH HD, ESTES EH, WARREN JV. The mechanism of cough by: 5. Download Citation | Syncope | Syncope is a common clinical problem characterized by a transient, spontaneously self-terminating loss of consciousness with complete and prompt | Find, read and.
The overall incidence rate of a first report of syncope was per person-years. The incidence rates increased with age, with a sharp rise at 70 years (Figure 1). The age-adjusted Cited by: Syncope in a Population of Healthy Young Adults: Incidence, Mechanisms, and Significance Dermksian, G; Lamb, L E Journal of Occupational Medicine.
1(4), April. Brignole M, Menozzi C, Gianfranchi L, Oddone D, Lolli G, Bertulla A. Carotid sinus massage, eyeball compression, and head up tilt test in patients with syncope of uncertain origin and in healthy control subjects.
Am Heart J. ; – Keywords Syncope; Athletes; Pre-participation screening. Introduction. Syncope is a common symptom and is currently defined as a sudden and temporary loss of consciousness associated with a concurrent loss of postural tone, from which recovery is spontaneous and prompt.
1,2 Although syncope is almost invariably a benign event in young adults and, in many cases, never reaches the Cited by: Syncope/collapse is a common clinical problem, with a lifetime prevalence in the population as a whole of approximately 20 percent.
In one of the largest epidemiologic studies that evaluated the incidence and prognosis of syncope, of men and women (11 percent) who were followed for an average of 17 years as part of the Framingham.