Quiz: Fainting
Question 1 of 3  

Fainting (syncope) is sudden, brief loss of consciousness in which a person falls to the ground or slumps in a chair and then regains consciousness. The cause of fainting may be something dangerous or relatively harmless. For which of the following groups are dangerous causes of fainting most common? 

  • A.



  • B.

    Pregnant women


  • C.

    Males ages 30 and 50


  • D.

    Older people


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