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Patients with carotid sinus hypersensitivity and lower resting heart rates might be more susceptible.
The statement says that "particular emphasis (in the elderly) should be given to the impact of polypharmacy, orthostatic intolerance, autonomic dysfunction, and carotid sinus hypersensitivity.
Carotid sinus hypersensitivity (especially elderly patients with a history of falling).
Syncope Etiology Testing: Diagnostic Yield in Literature Test/Procedure Yield* History and physical (including carotid sinus massage) 49%-85% ECG 2%-11% Electrophysiology study (without structural heart disease) 11% Electrophysiology study (with structural heart disease) 49% Tilt table test (without structural heart disease) 11%-87% Ambulatory ECG monitors: Holter 2% External loop recorder (2-3 weeks' duration) 20% Insertable loop recorder (up to 14 months' duration 65%-88% Neurologic work-up (head CT, carotid Doppler) 0%-4% *Based on average time to diagnosis of 5.
Technologies such as carotid sinus nerve stimulators and phrenic nerve stimulators will experience progressive adoption contributing to the market's growing opportunity and security.
Kalorama's report The World Market for Neurostimulation Devices (TENS, Carotid Sinus Nerve, Cochlear Implant, Deep Brain, Gastric Electrical, Phrenic Nerve, Sacral Nerve, Spinal Cord, Vagus Nerve, TMS, TNS and Other Stimulation Devices) provides important business planning information for marketers, including leading market players by market segment, competitive environment, key products and emerging indications by technology.
patients who were defined as responders to the Rheos Carotid Sinus Lead System.
Fractional Flow Reserve Prior to Coronary Artery Revascularization; Hypothermai following cardiac arrest, therapeutic; Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy; Implantable Left Atrial Hemodynamic Monitor; Pediatric cardiac catheterization guideline; Carotid Sinus Stimulation for Hypertension; Remote Ischemic Conditioning; Intensive Behavioral Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease; Arterial Elasticity Measurement (Non-invasive) for Cardiovascular Disease;
Carotid artery percutaneous stents; Carotid body tumor resection (Glomectomy); Carotid sinus stimulation; Carotid endarterectomy - Indications, LOS; Carotid/Vertebral Artery Angioplasty and Stenting Procedures; Coronary artery bypass graft (s) surgery (CABG)/Off Pump or Beating Heart CAB - Indications, LOS; Cryoplasty, peripheral arterial
The teenager had been experiencing recurrent fainting due to neurocardiogenic syncope, while the man had similar symptoms due to carotid sinus hypersensitivity.
Currently, carotid sinus massage is used as the provocative test for the detection of the disease.