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The feet stand close together, about 15 cm away from the wall. This training is repeated over the course of four weeks. Another important treatment option is increased dietary salt intake by an additional 3 to 5 g/day with plenty of fluids (2–3 l/day). If these measures are not sufficient to prevent frequent syncope, drug treatment should be attempted. ) should be considered. ) may also be used but the evidence is weak. The use of pacemakers in the treatment of neurocardiogenic syncope is controversial (Brignole et al.

Chapter 3 – Syncope The diagnosis of drug-induced syncope can be suspected when the patient’s history suggests a close temporal relationship between onset or change of pharmacotherapy and the occurrence of syncope. Further diagnostic approach to syncope of unknown etiology In the group of patients with syncope of unknown etiology, the further diagnostic approach is determined by individual risk factors. In patients with structural heart disease or conspicuous results in the ECG, arrhythmias are the most frequent cause of syncope.

For example, a fall can lead to head injury, resulting in amnesia for its occurrence. On the other hand, there are proven epileptic seizures that lead to drops but are so short that consciousness is not impaired, or only so brief that the impact is experienced in full awareness and is remembered. The distinction of whether a fall occurs with or without initial loss of consciousness is thus of undisputed theoretical relevance in the daily clinical routine. However, it is often a difficult task to solve.

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