Alessandra Fanciulli, a proven specialist in autonomous
Disturbances of the nervous system will refer to the orthostatic syncope.
Wilhelm Grander, who has studied the pathophysiology of
Employing reflex syncopes will bring us closer to this topic.
Daniel Scherr, Head of Rhythmology in the Clinical Department of Cardiology at the
MUG in Graz and our contact for complex
rhythmological issues, deals with the important topic of cardiac syncope.
Michael Nürnberg, rhythmologist at the Wilhelminenspital Vienna and expert on invasive
and non-invasive rhythmology, becomes the subject of unclear syncope and
dedicate to their clarification.
The lectures are based on illustrative case studies from KAGES hospitals
In the last part, the Styrian path is used for the structured clarification of
Syncope patients presented, which was developed on the basis of the ESC guidelines for the hospitals of the Styrian Hospital Society.
This clarification algorithm led to a faster diagnosis and to
an improvement in the rate of diagnosis