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- adj. Of or relating to syncope.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to syncope; resembling syncope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or resembling syncope.
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A very high proportion of older children suffering from the graver neuroses, such as chorea, syncopal attacks, phobias, tics, and so forth, show defective physical development.
The same vasomotor instability which shows itself in the tendency to syncopal attacks is apparent in many other ways.
In some cases the symptoms seem to be associated with pressure on the blood vessels and nerves rather than on the air-passages, and in these there is distension of the veins and a tendency to syncopal attacks.
Akshay S. D.sai, M.D., and William G. S.evenson, M.D. A 45-year-old white man was brought to the emergency room by emergency-medical-services personnel after a syncopal event.
Small changes in QTc in terms of mean changes clinically, no events, no torsades, no sudden death, no syncopal episodes, nothing that even looks like a cardiovascular event
Family stated that she might have had a syncopal event and combined with the lethargy I convinced her to go.
If the patient is active immediately prior to the syncopal episode, consider obstructive causes.
Care for the syncopal patient includes the use of intravenous fluids if the patient is found to be hypovolemic.
A history or indication of anemia, cancer, sepsis or other shock condition may also cause a syncopal episode.
Because there seems to be syncopal reactions up until 15 minutes after vaccination, patients should be asked to lie down for 15 minutes after receipt of GARDASIL.