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

Time- And Cost-Effective Strategies

Ensuring that the appropriate questions are asked to rule out red flags and capture green lights is a cost-efficient and effective way to avoid missing a critical cardiac etiology of syncope. Extensive workups do not generally provide more information for the routine case of pediatric syncope. Screening with low-cost, noninvasive tests such as ECG and pregnancy testing (when indicated) is the most reasonable approach to most pediatric patients with syncope.

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