All Relations between Syncope and consciousness

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b' Anna Maria Martone, Iris Parrini, Francesca Ciciarello, Vincenzo Galluzzo, Stefano Cacciatore, Claudia Massaro, Rossella Giordano, Tommaso Giani, Giovanni Landi, Michele Massimo Gulizia, Furio Colivicchi, Domenico Gabrielli, Fabrizio Oliva, Giuseppe Zuccal\\xc3\\xa. Recent Advances and Future Directions in Syncope Management: A Comprehensive Narrative Review. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 13. issue 3. 2024-02-10. PMID:38337421.' syncope is a highly prevalent clinical condition characterized by a rapid, complete, and brief loss of consciousness, followed by full recovery caused by cerebral hypoperfusion. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 Not clear
Sofie Jansen, Nathalie van der Veld. Syncope in older adults: challenges, approach and treatment. Age and ageing. vol 53. issue 2. 2024-02-08. PMID:38331395. as stated in the recently published world falls guidelines, syncope in older adults often presents as falls, which is either due to amnesia for loss of consciousness, or pre-syncope leading to a fall, especially in those prone to falls with several other risk-factors for falls present. 2024-02-08 2024-02-11 Not clear
Sofie Jansen, Nathalie van der Veld. Syncope in older adults: challenges, approach and treatment. Age and ageing. vol 53. issue 2. 2024-02-08. PMID:38331395. when syncope is mistaken for other causes of a transient loss of consciousness, such as epileptic seizures, or when syncope presents as falls, patients are often referred to multiple specialists, which may in turn lead to excessive and unnecessary diagnostic testing and costs. 2024-02-08 2024-02-11 Not clear
Eirini Beneki, Kyriakos Dimitriadis, Konstantinos Tsatiris, Konstantina Aggeli, Konstantinos Tsioufi. Left Ventricular Noncompaction Cardiomyopathy Diagnosis in a Patient Presenting with Epileptic Seizure: A "Double-edged Sword". Innovations in clinical neuroscience. vol 20. issue 10-12. 2024-01-09. PMID:38193099. transient loss of consciousness (tloc) is a common presentation to emergency departments and may be due to syncope or epileptic seizures. 2024-01-09 2024-01-10 Not clear
Choon-Hian Goh, Mahbuba Ferdowsi, Ming Hong Gan, Ban-Hoe Kwan, Wei Yin Lim, Yee Kai Tee, Roshaslina Rosli, Maw Pin Ta. Assessing the efficacy of machine learning algorithms for syncope classification: A systematic review. MethodsX. vol 12. 2024-01-01. PMID:38162148. syncope is a transient loss of consciousness with rapid onset. 2024-01-01 2024-01-05 human
Berta Nelly Restrepo, Katerine Marin Velasquez, Natalia Herrera Marín, Esteban Arango-Jaramillo, Andrés Santiago Aristizábal Góme. Ischemic Stroke During Dengue Infection: A Report of 2 Cases. The American journal of case reports. vol 24. 2023-12-16. PMID:38102824. case report the first patient was a 51-year-old woman that presented altered consciousness, monoparesis, facial palsy, dysarthria, babinski sign, and syncope 7 days from the onset of fever. 2023-12-16 2023-12-18 Not clear
Stevo Lukić, Aleksandar Stojano. Seizure or syncope: Is the history-based scale feasible to use in an emergency department setting? Australasian emergency care. 2023-12-06. PMID:38057243. this study aimed to assess the efficacy of a screening questionnaire, based on historical criteria, in distinguishing between seizures and syncope in patients experiencing their first episode of transient loss of consciousness (tloc) in a neurology emergency department. 2023-12-06 2023-12-10 Not clear
Max Bayard, Fereshteh Gerayli, James Hol. Syncope: Evaluation and Differential Diagnosis. American family physician. vol 108. issue 5. 2023-11-24. PMID:37983697. syncope is an abrupt, transient, and complete loss of consciousness associated with an inability to maintain postural tone; recovery is rapid and spontaneous. 2023-11-24 2023-11-28 Not clear
Roberto De Simone, Mattia Sansone, Francesco Curcio, Cinzia Valeria Russo, Gianluigi Galizia, Angelo Miele, Antonio Stornaiuolo, Andrea Piccolo, Simone Braca, Pasquale Abet. Recurrent reflex syncope in idiopathic intracranial hypertension patient resolved after lumbar puncture: pathogenetic implications. BMC neurology. vol 23. issue 1. 2023-11-23. PMID:37990305. syncope is defined as a transient loss of consciousness due to a transient cerebral hypoperfusion characterized by rapid onset, short duration, and spontaneous complete recovery. 2023-11-23 2023-11-28 Not clear
Azim Merchant, Aashray Singareddy, Leighton McCabe, Rachana Raghupathy, Qianli Wang, Daniel Hwang, Alan Zajarias, Gregory M Lanz. Loss of Consciousness in a 34 Yo Male Related to Marijuana. Annals of case reports. vol 8. issue 5. 2023-11-10. PMID:37946711. nontraumatic exertional syncope can be an ominous event reflecting profound arterial hypotension, cerebral hypoperfusion, and transient loss-of consciousness that occurs most commonly in patients with underlying cardiovascular disease. 2023-11-10 2023-11-20 Not clear
Azim Merchant, Aashray Singareddy, Leighton McCabe, Rachana Raghupathy, Qianli Wang, Daniel Hwang, Alan Zajarias, Gregory M Lanz. Loss of Consciousness in a 34 Yo Male Related to Marijuana. Annals of case reports. vol 8. issue 5. 2023-11-10. PMID:37946711. in the present report, a 34 yo male presents to the hospital emergency department (ed) for a sudden loss of consciousness and fall ultimately related to cardiac syncope ascribed to chronic recreational marijuana use complicated by coronary vasospasm. 2023-11-10 2023-11-20 Not clear
Saori Asada, Hiroshi Morita, Tomofumi Mizuno, Takuro Masuda, Akira Ueoka, Masakazu Miyamoto, Satoshi Kawada, Koji Nakagawa, Nobuhiro Nishi. Syncope and loss of consciousness after implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator in patients with Brugada syndrome: Prevalence and characteristics in long-term follow-up. Heart rhythm O2. vol 4. issue 10. 2023-11-08. PMID:37936673. syncope and loss of consciousness after implantation of a cardioverter-defibrillator in patients with brugada syndrome: prevalence and characteristics in long-term follow-up. 2023-11-08 2023-11-20 Not clear
B Bastiaan A Ort, Lucia G Uit Het Broek, Harm de Bruin, Reinier P Akkermans, Ben Goosselink, Hester Vermeulen, Remco H A Ebben, Lilian C M Vloet, Sivera A A Berbe. Patient factors associated with conveyance decision-making by Emergency Medical Services professionals in patients with a syncope: a cross-sectional factorial survey design. BMC emergency medicine. vol 23. issue 1. 2023-10-05. PMID:37798716. patients with a transient loss of consciousness (tloc) based on syncope constitute a significant part of the non-conveyance population. 2023-10-05 2023-10-07 Not clear
Paul N Cooper, Richard Sutto. Tilt testing. Practical neurology. 2023-09-19. PMID:37726165. syncope types include vasovagal syncope where bp falls after >3 min of tilt-up and later the heart rate falls; classic orthostatic hypotension where there is an immediate, progressive bp fall with minimal heart rate change; delayed orthostatic hypotension with a late bp fall after a stable phase but little or no heart rate rise; psychogenic pseudosyncope with apparent loss of consciousness, but no bp fall and a moderate heart rate rise; and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome where there is a significant heart rate rise but no bp fall. 2023-09-19 2023-10-07 Not clear
Rashmi R Dash, Priyadarsini Samanta, Susnato Das, Anupam Jena, Bandita Panda, Barsha B Parida, Jayanti Mishr. Heart Rate Variability in Unexplained Syncope Patients Versus Healthy Controls: A Comparative Study. Cureus. vol 15. issue 7. 2023-08-07. PMID:37546077. background syncope or fainting is the sudden and transient loss of consciousness. 2023-08-07 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mehmet Tolga Köle, Safiye Günes Sağer, Utku Batu, Nilüfer Çetiner Çine, Yakup Çağ, Yasemin Aki. Calgary score and modified calgary score in the differential diagnosis between syncope and genetic generalized epilepsy in children. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-07-31. PMID:37524730. compared with other syncope findings, loss of consciousness during prolonged sitting or standing (q9) emerged as the most important for the detection of syncope. 2023-07-31 2023-08-14 Not clear
Julian M Stewart, J Gert van Dijk, Seshadri Balaji, Richard Sutto. A framework to simplify paediatric syncope diagnosis. European journal of pediatrics. 2023-07-20. PMID:37470792. this paper aims to improve the diagnosis of syncope and transient loss of consciousness (tloc) in children. 2023-07-20 2023-08-14 Not clear
Le Li, Sunny Po, Yan Ya. Cardioneuroablation for Treating Vasovagal Syncope: Current Status and Future Directions. Arrhythmia & electrophysiology review. vol 12. 2023-07-17. PMID:37457436. syncope is defined by transient and spontaneous loss of consciousness with rapid recovery. 2023-07-17 2023-08-14 Not clear
Sun Jin Jin, Taesic Lee, Hyun Eui Moon, Eun Seok Park, Sue Hyun Lee, Young Il Roh, Dong Min Seo, Won-Joo Kim, Heewon Hwan. Classification Model for Epileptic Seizure Using Simple Postictal Laboratory Indices. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 12. issue 12. 2023-06-28. PMID:37373723. distinguishing syncope from epileptic seizures in patients with sudden loss of consciousness is important. 2023-06-28 2023-08-14 Not clear
Fahmi Shibli, Yeseong Kim, Ronnie Fas. Aortic Aneurysm Presenting As Deglutition Syncope. Cureus. vol 15. issue 5. 2023-06-28. PMID:37378232. deglutitive syncope is defined as a neurally mediated syncope in which loss of consciousness occurs during or immediately after swallowing. the causes of deglutitive syncope vary widely and range from intraluminal causes, as well as extra-esophageal compression. in this case report, we present a rare case of deglutitive syncope caused by a thoracic aortic aneurysm compressing the proximal esophagus, a clinical entity described in the literature as dysphagia aortica. 2023-06-28 2023-08-14 Not clear