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Transient Loss of Consciousness Management in Adults and Young People

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Transient Loss of Consciousness Management in Adults and Young People

Publisher: Royal College of Physicians
Number of pages: 429

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This guideline aims to define the appropriate pathways for the initial assessment of TLoC patients, and so to derive the correct underlying diagnosis quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively, and tailor the management plan to suit their true diagnosis.

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