Young Patient Applying To Emergency Room With Complaint Of Syncope
In this case report, the clinical course of a 30-year-old male patient who presented to the emergency department with complaints of fainting and urinary incontinence will be explained.
Our aim is: firstly, the anamnesis given by the patients in the emergency department, which leads us to central pathology with the complaint of coming to the emergency department, but whose pulmonary pathology is detected as a result of detailed and persistent anamnesis, is taken in detail even if the patients do not care. In this way, pathology will be reached more quickly. The second is; It is not to be ignored that vein thromboses from superficial veins can cause pulmonary embolism even in young patients with no additional disease and ideal body mass index.
Keywords: syncope, , pulmonary embolism
Eurasian J Critical Care 2020; 2 (2):211-214 Case Report