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Fainting (Syncope) | Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


Learn about what causes fainting (syncope) in children and teenagers, whether it may be a sign of a dangerous medical condition and what to do about it.

Fainting - AboutKidsHealth


A child can faint for a number of possible reasons. The most common cause of fainting is a temporary drop in blood pressure. Fainting because of low blood ...

Fainting (“Syncope”) in Children | Phoenix Children's Hospital Heart ...


In layman's terms, syncope is commonly called fainting or “passing out.” If a child is about to faint, he or she will feel dizzy, lightheaded or nauseous. The child's ...

Is Fainting Serious? | St. Louis Children's Hospital


When a child faints, it can be scary for parents. Sometimes, a child's nerves get the best of him so he faints during the school musical. Or a child may faint after ...

When Children Faint – Non-cardiovascular Syncope: Causes and ...


Syncope affects people of all ages, from toddlers to the elderly. More than 100,000 adults and children visit a doctor each year with complaints of fainting spells.

Fainting - KidsHealth


Fainting is pretty common in teens. The good news is that most of the time it's not a sign of something serious.

Dizziness and Fainting Spells - HealthyChildren.org


Nov 21, 2015 ... head-neck-nervous-system~American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discusses dizziness and fainting spells in children.

Fainting (Syncope) in Children & Teenagers


Find causes & treatment information for fainting (syncope) in Cincinnati Children's Heart Encyclopedia.

Understanding Fainting -- the Basics - WebMD


Mar 4, 2015 ... Understand the basics of fainting from the experts at WebMD. ... It is most common in children and young adults. A vasovagal attack happens ...