Published in Aging and Elder Health Week, February 13th, 2005
According to a study from the United States, "In 28 healthy adults, we compared the dynamic interaction between respiration and cerebral autoregulation in 2 groups of subjects: those who did and did not develop presyncopal symptoms during 70 passive head-up tilt (HUT), i.e., nonpresyncopal (23 subjects) and presyncopal (5 subjects). Airflow, CO2 , cerebral blood flow velocity (CBF), ECG, and blood pressure (BP) were recorded."
S. Krishnamurthy and colleagues of the University of Kentucky continued, "To determine whether influences of...
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