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Featured Video of the Week: Management of nOH

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein discusses different ways to manage neurogenic orthostatic hypotension with a primary focus on education.  Click on the link below to learn more! Watch This Video Now

Featured Video of the Week: Adult Dysautonomias Part 3: Other Dysautonomias

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein other forms of dysautonomia such as Takotsubo Cardiopathy.  This condition typically occurs in post-menopausal women and greatly affects the heart.  Dr. Goldstein then goes on to discuss other forms of adult-onset dysautonomias.  Click on the …

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Featured Video of the Week: Adult Dysautonomias Part 2: POTS and Related Conditions

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains some of the symptoms of POTS, the typical patient demographic, and if POTS is Primary or Secondary.  He then goes into related conditions or coexisting conditions that patients may have.  Click on the link …

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Featured Video of the Week: Adult Dysautonomias Part 1: Syncope

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains how syncopes are related to adult dysautonomias.  He explains that sympathoadrenal imbalance can lead to fainting reactions.  Click on the link below to learn more! Watch This Video Now

Featured Video of the Week: ANS Tests Part 2: The Valsalva Maneuver

This week we are continuing to learn from Dr. Goldstein’s Introduction to Autonomic Medicine course.  In this video, Dr. Goldstein explains that once an intelligent autonomic history has been conducted, it is important to conduct an autonomic test in order to confirm the suspicions of a dysautonomia diagnosis.  Click on the link below to learn …

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