Lack of correlation between the responses to tilt testing and adenosine triphosphate test and the mechanism of spontaneous neurally mediated syncope.

@article{Brignole2006LackOC,
  title={Lack of correlation between the responses to tilt testing and adenosine triphosphate test and the mechanism of spontaneous neurally mediated syncope.},
  author={Michele Brignole and Richard Sutton and Carlo Menozzi and Roberto Garc{\'i}a-Civera and {\'A}ngel L{\'o}pez Moya and Wouter Wieling and Dietrich Andresen and David G Benditt and Nicoletta Grovale and Tiziana de Santo and Panos Vardas},
  journal={European heart journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={27 18},
  pages={
          2232-9
        }
}
AIMS We prospectively correlated the results of tilt testing (TT) and adenosine triphosphate test (ATP) with the findings observed during a spontaneous syncopal relapse by means of an implantable loop recorder (ILR) in patients with a clinical diagnosis of neurally mediated syncope. METHODS AND RESULTS We included patients with three or more clinically severe syncopal episodes in the last 2 years without significant electrocardiographic and cardiac abnormalities. Patients with orthostatic… CONTINUE READING

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