Revisiting 2018 clinical practice guidelines: ESC Syncope guidelines
The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) guidelines on syncope say that the challenge for doctors is to identify the small number of patients in whom syncope is caused by a potentially life-threatening heart problem. ESC also recommends that intermediate or high risk patients should be evaluated in the emergency department or an outpatient syncope clinic. These guidelines were released in March 2018.Syncope has been defined in the guidelines as “transient loss of
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