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SYNCOPE in deficiency state

SYNCOPE in deficiency state
Medical term for sudden fainting, pallor, cold limbs and is precisely defined as a transient loss of consciousness manifest syncope, characterized by rapid onset, short duration and spontaneous recovery due to global cerebral hypo-perfusion that most often results from hypotension and are often resulted from emotional excitement, fright or debilitating and overstriking. 479 more words


Straight, No Chaser: Treating Halloween Mishaps

In the previous Straight, No Chaser, we offered you tips for a safe Halloween. However, safety tips are only as good as your inclination to use them. 393 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

HLTH 320: Sudden Illnesses

Main causes for a decrease in a person’s alertness/responsiveness are brain injury and lack of oxygen or glucose reaching the brain.

STOP = Sugar (blood glucose too low or too high), Seizures, Stroke, Shock; Temperature; Oxygen; Poisoning, Pressure on brain… 246 more words

Advanced First Aid & Safety (HLTH 320)

That is today’s search criteria.  I will admit, I have limited time, so I will probably only view a page or two.  I fully understand that when I do a search that corporations will be my top listed options (there are SEO wizards out there!).  503 more words


October is Dysautonomia Awareness Month

As you’ve probably guessed by now, we can celebrate one or the other of our comorbities just about every month, including our main awareness month of… 776 more words