A new management of syncope: prospective systematic guideline-based evaluation of patients referred urgently to general hospitals.

@article{Brignole2006ANM,
  title={A new management of syncope: prospective systematic guideline-based evaluation of patients referred urgently to general hospitals.},
  author={Michele Brignole and Carlo Menozzi and Angelo Bartoletti and Franco Giada and Alfonso Lagi and Andrea Ungar and Irene Ponassi and Chiara Mussi and Roberto Maggi and Giuseppe Re and Raffaello Furlan and Gianni Rovelli and Patrizia Ponzi and Alessandro Scivales},
  journal={European heart journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={76-82}
}
AIMS The guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) define the current standard for the management of syncope, but are still incompletely applied in the clinical setting. METHODS AND RESULTS Prospective systematic evaluation, on strict adherence to the guidelines, of consecutive patients referred for syncope to the emergency departments of 11 general hospitals. In order to maximize the application, a decision-making guideline-based software was used and trained core medical… CONTINUE READING
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