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Sample Knowledge Point Course Rationale

In situations where a patient may be experiencing high heart rate or inconsistent blood pressure, they may begin to feel lightheaded. Orthostatic hypotension is the term to describe this period of light-headedness. People can feel this sensation if they stand up too quickly. This generally resolves itself rapidly. However, if someone does not regain their wits, and ends up passing out, this is known as syncope. This is the loss of consciousness that can result from a number of different reasons. Most episodes of syncope are for the most part harmless. However, it can a prelude to something larger, and should be properly documented.

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The term used to describe light-headedness is

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Orthostatic hypotension

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