<< Syncope: Risk Stratification And Clinical Decision Making

Prehospital Care

Prehospital care of a patient who has suffered a temporary loss of consciousness starts with assessing and stabilizing the airway, evaluating breathing and circulation, and assessing blood glucose. In true syncope, the patient will, typically, have regained consciousness before the ambulance arrives.

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