Prevalence and Clinical Outcomes of Patients With Multiple Potential Causes of Syncope

Chen, Lin Y.; Gersh, Bernard J.; Hodge, David O.; Wieling, Wouter; Hammill, Stephen C.; Win-Kuang Shen
April 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Apr2003, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p414
Academic Journal
Determines the prevalence of patients with potential causes of syncope. Survival of patients with syncope; Comparison of survival rates between patients with multiple cause and single cause of syncope; Clinical predictors of multiple potential causes of syncope.


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