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<< Syncope In Pediatric Patients: A Practical Approach To Differential Diagnosis And Management In The Emergency Department

Prehospital Care

Prehospital care may differ widely depending on the specific type of syncope. If a patient had a brief syncopal event in a public area, bystanders may have been present to help minimize injury (eg, fall prevention or securing the location of the patient). Depending on the length of the loss of consciousness, the patient may or may not have returned to baseline by the time of arrival of medical providers, specifically EMS.

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