A retrospective case study to assess the value of the implantable loop recorder for the investigation of undiagnosed syncope.

@article{Ashby2002ARC,
  title={A retrospective case study to assess the value of the implantable loop recorder for the investigation of undiagnosed syncope.},
  author={Dale T Ashby and Daniel A Cehic and Patrick J S Disney and Leo J. Mahar and Glenn D. Young},
  journal={Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE},
  year={2002},
  volume={25 8},
  pages={1200-5}
}
If not diagnosed by history, examination, or ECG, the diagnosis of syncope can be difficult with a low yield from echocardiography, ambulatory ECG recording, electrophysiological study, and tilt table testing. During 2 years, 48 patients with unexplained syncope or presyncope from three hospitals in one city underwent the implantation of a Medtronic Reveal… CONTINUE READING