Tussive Syncope is a condition that causes a loss of consciousness after coughing. Most individuals with Tussive Syncope are obese middle-aged males who smoke or recently quit smoking. Respiratory tract infections can also cause or contribute to Tussive Syncope. Individuals usually lose consciousness three to five seconds after the onset of severe involuntary coughing. Most people do not completely lose consciousness, but may feel faint or experience tunnel vision. Tussive Syncope is regarded as a result of another underlying disease, so treatment options depend mostly on the other disease. Individuals with Tussive Syncope should learn to recognize the warning signs of an oncoming loss of consciousness and move accordingly to prevent injury when they lose consciousness.
Tussive Syncope Bioinformatics Tool
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