Is it neurological? Is it cardiac? The causes of collapse are many and varied. Collapse is a broad generic term, defined as a sudden loss of postural tone, but not necessarily with a loss of consciousness and may be of any duration. It is of paramount importance to differentiate syncope from non-syncopal causes of collapse, particularly neurological causes such as epileptic seizures.
With the help of selected cases, Joao walks through the most instructive clinical signs in these patients and will get you on the right track in diagnosis and management.
Unconsciousness: The Cardiologists Point of View: Is It the Head or the Heart? Webinar
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