Handbook of Syncope : A Concise Clinical Approach Paperback / softback
Syncope, or fainting, is caused by low blood flow to the brain, most often caused by low blood pressure. This book is a concise guide to the management of syncope.
Beginning with an overview of causes, the following chapters discuss clinical examination and tests, then management of syncope resulting from different vascular conditions.
Special emphasis is placed on the importance of patient history, ECG evaluation, vasovagal syncope, arrhythmic syncope and syncope in the elderly.
A separate chapter is dedicated to medicolegal issues including driving, flying and sports. Authored by internationally recognised expert Professor Behzad Pavri from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, each chapter features key summary points and detailed images and illustrations. Key pointsConcise guide to management of syncope or faintingCovers clinical examination, tests and treatment for syncope resulting from different conditionsAuthored by internationally recognised expert from Thomas Jefferson University HospitalIncludes detailed images and illustrations and key summary points for each chapter
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 135 pages, 61 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
- Publication Date: 30/01/2014
- Category: Diseases & disorders
- ISBN: 9789350909539