Orthostatic Intolerance Part 1: Diagnosis
Bateman Horne Center has partnered with the University of Utah Health to conduct a Long COVID and Post-Viral Syndromes ECHO (Project ECHO). This series delivers information to healthcare professionals utilizing short didactics and case-based learning to enhance their ability to manage patients with long COVID, ME/CFS, FM, and related comorbid conditions.
Brayden Yellman, MD, addresses the assessment of orthostatic intolerance (OI) syndromes:
– OI syndromes and physiologic happenings
– Patient presentation
– Assessment tools and testing
– Hours of Upright Activity (HUA)
– Cognitive impact (testing results, research, ways to assess)
All that follows is from the above resource.
[An alternative to the proprietary test below is The Digit Symbol Substitution Test For The Assessment of Cognitive Dysfunction [Brain Fog] In Long COVID
Posted on December 28, 2022 by Tom Wade MD.]
[To learn more about The Digit Symbol Substitution Test, please see Measuring Cognitive Dysfunction-“Digit Symbol Substitution Test: The Case for Sensitivity Over Specificity in Neuropsychological Testing”
Posted on December 27, 2022 by Tom Wade MD