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Neurocardiac syncope, what is cause, cure?

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Dr. Mark Landers
Cardiology - Cardiac Electrophysiology
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In brief: Syncope

Neurocardiogenic syncope is complex.
Stand up-blood rushes to feet increase Adrenalin causes heart rate/pressure to increase to maintain bp. Brain misinterprets and sends signal to stop adrenalin. Heart rate slows and blood vessels dilate causing BP to fall and pass out. Can also be caused by pain/urinating/stress. Usually maintain hydration/salt and avoid triggering factors. See md.

In brief: Syncope

Neurocardiogenic syncope is complex.
Stand up-blood rushes to feet increase Adrenalin causes heart rate/pressure to increase to maintain bp. Brain misinterprets and sends signal to stop adrenalin. Heart rate slows and blood vessels dilate causing BP to fall and pass out. Can also be caused by pain/urinating/stress. Usually maintain hydration/salt and avoid triggering factors. See md.
Dr. Mark Landers
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