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780.2 is the ICD9 code for syncope. Syncope is the medical term for what is commonly called "fainting" or "passing out."
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I think that exertional syncope is a kind of cardiac syncope. During exertion the patient with heart disease would be unable to supply enough oxygen to the brain, causing dizziness.
Syncope is a brief loss of consciousness usually from a reduced blood flow to the brain.
Yes. If a patient with syncope is mid-incident and is prevented from achieving a fully supine position, global cerebral hypoperfusion is extended, leading to an anoxic convulsion.
Syncope means loss of consciousness. An example of a sentence using it: The elderly lady with low blood pressure stood up too quickly and experienced an episode of syncope.
ICD 9 CM Code - 780.2 Syncope and collapse.
Syncope can mean a temporary loss of consciousness, passing out, or fainting from insufficient flow of blood to the brain. Syncope can also mean the loss of one or more sounds from the middle of a word, such as saying ne'er for never.
It depends on the cause.
Syncope is a loss of consciousness or fainting, sometimes caused by lack of oxygen to the brain, but is different to Epilepsy. Seizures in Epilepsy are caused by abnormal electrical activity in the brain. So Syncope would not be a cause of seizures.
Syncope is a brief loss of consciousness due to lack of oxygen.SyncopeSyncope - Temporary loss of consciousness caused by a lack of blood supply to the brain.
Syncope - 2012 was released on: USA: 22 September 2012 (Homegrown Hoosier Film Festival)
Risk of Injury
Episodes of syncope can cause severe trauma, usually from falls. Patients are advised to lie or sit down when symptoms appear.
Eduardo Missel Silva has written: 'Comas and syncope' -- subject(s): Coma, Etiology, Therapy, Syncope
the medical term is syncope