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9 Jul 2019

clinical exam plus electrocardiogram (ECG) may have moderate sensitivity and specificity to identify cardiac syncope (JAMA 2019 Jun 25)

23 May 2019

elevated cardiac biomarkers (hscTnT, hscTnI, BNP, and NT-proBNP) might have moderate performance for predicting death and MACE at 30 days and 720 days in patients presenting to emergency department with syncope (Circulation 2019 Feb 25)

23 May 2019

elevated cardiac biomarkers (hscTnT, hscTnI, BNP, and NT-proBNP) might have moderate performance for predicting death and MACE at 30 days and 720 days in patients presenting to emergency department with syncope (Circulation 2019 Feb 25)

31 Jul 2018

ESC guideline on diagnosis and management of syncope (Eur Heart J 2018 Jun 1)

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14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

14 Feb 2018

prevalence of PE by International Classification of Diseases codes < 1% in all patients with syncope and < 3% in patients hospitalized for syncope (JAMA Intern Med 2018 Mar 1)

24 Jan 2018

review of pediatric disorders of orthostatic intolerance (Pediatrics 2018 Jan)

31 Mar 2017

ACC/AHA/HRS guideline for the evaluation and management of patients with syncope (Circulation 2017 Aug 1)

31 Mar 2017

ACC/AHA/HRS guideline for the evaluation and management of patients with syncope (Circulation 2017 Aug 1)

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3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

AssignmentLatePRACTICE-CHANGING UPDATE

3 Nov 2016

pulmonary embolism diagnosed in 17% of patients hospitalized for first episode of syncope, including in 13% of patients with clinically based explanation for syncope other than PE (N Engl J Med 2016 Oct 20)

8 Dec 2015

AHA/ACC scientific statement on competitive athletes with cardiovascular abnormalities (Task Force 9): arrhythmias and conduction defects (J Am Coll Cardiol 2015 Dec 1)

8 Dec 2015

AHA/ACC scientific statement on competitive athletes with cardiovascular abnormalities (Task Force 9): arrhythmias and conduction defects (J Am Coll Cardiol 2015 Dec 1)

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