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A Review of the Evaluation and Management of Syncope in the Acute Medical Unit


Abstract Syncope is a common acute presentation and frequently results in hospitalisation. Cardiac syncope is potentially life threatening. The diagnosis and management of syncope demands a careful history, witness account wherever possible, and a comprehensive assessment. This, in combination with routine investigations, will provide an answer in a significant percentage…

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