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Case 31: Hypocapnic Cerebral Hypoperfusion with an Artifact 

Case 31: Hypocapnic Cerebral Hypoperfusion with an Artifact
Case 31: Hypocapnic Cerebral Hypoperfusion with an Artifact

Peter Novak

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date: 02 December 2020

In this patient, the initial decline in blood pressure at the tilt onset was physiologic since it was accompanied by the decline in cerebral blood flow velocity and heart rate responses. The testing revealed normal autonomic functions. It is important always to check the raw data. Blood pressure from the finger cuff is not always accurate.

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