Human physiological and pathological orthostatic blood pressure reactions

If you measure orthostatic blood pressure reactions in different people you find the follows their variants: a hypertensive qualified blood pressure reaction; a hypertensive nonqualified blood pressure reaction; a missing blood pressure reaction; a hypotensive nonqualified blood pressure reaction; a hypotensive qualified blood pressure reaction. The set of pathological reactions is more diverse than physiological ones. They are extremely dangerous due to the cerebral hemodynamic instability with severe syncopal reactions and cognitive impairment development. I can discuss possible treatment approaches for different forms of pathological orthostatic blood pressure reactions at my future video reviews if you express interest. More on video.

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