What's Different About Syncope in the Aged?

Abstract

Syncope is a common and highly morbid syndrome with unique features in the elderly population. Syncope in the elderly is more likely due to the accumulation of multiple pathological conditions which threaten cerebral oxygen delivery, then to single diseases. Furthermore, age-related changes in blood pressure homeostasis make older patients more susceptible… (More)

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