All that follows are the slides from Dr. Novack’s lecture.
Now we have questions.
Is cerebral hypoperfusion harmful to the brain?
It could be. We know from other conditions, particularly hypoperfusion, can have an impact on cognitive and memory function.
But that is comlicated and many of these patients
What is the long term outcome of hypoperfusion?
You mentioned POTS without the the T and several people in our chat are wondering–If you think you have POTS but you don’t meet the tachycardia criteria, how should they go about getting diagnosed and treated?
Some people have asked about shortness of breath.In your opinion, is this linked to OSCHA and what is the best way to treat that?
This will probably our last question. Someone asked. can you have IST and POTS?
We can fit in one more question. Why are nausea and vomiting associated with POTS?