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Syncope at 35,000 feet: A physician’s harrowing story

I am sharing this account of a serious medical emergency on a transoceanic flight because I hope it helps other health care providers assist people in the future and learn from the difficulties I encountered. About 8 1/2 hours into a 17-hour flight, a gentleman had a syncopal episode in the exit row I was […]
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