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I am a medical first responder wondering about the main causes of neurocardiasyscope i need to know about this for a patient

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology

In brief: Is a symptom

Neurocardiac syncope is "fainting" most commonly benign vasovagal (due to sudden activity of vagus nerve which slows heart rate).
Can be due to sudden drop in blood pressureby heart slowing down or blood vessels dilating, neurologic, metabolic, psychiatric (eg anxiety) and cardiac causes. But basically all caused by sudden nerve activity.

In brief: Is a symptom

Neurocardiac syncope is "fainting" most commonly benign vasovagal (due to sudden activity of vagus nerve which slows heart rate).
Can be due to sudden drop in blood pressureby heart slowing down or blood vessels dilating, neurologic, metabolic, psychiatric (eg anxiety) and cardiac causes. But basically all caused by sudden nerve activity.
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