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Parkinson'sDisease and Vasovagal attacks

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 22, 2006
  • 03:46 PM


Does anyone know if Parkinson's Disease can be coupled with VV attacks with repiratory arrest - I have a patient at home who is prone to respiratory arrests and I am wondering if this is due to a VV possibly ?? he sweats profusley before the arrest and usually requires mouth to mouth - he eventually starts breathing again.As his Parkinson's is far advanced I am wondering if there could be a link with VV attack resulting in the resp arreast ?? any ideas:rolleyes:

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