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Navigating nOH: What to Know About Causes, Symptoms, & Management Approaches

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Hear a neurologist and cardiologist share their perspectives on navigating neurogenic orthostatic hypotension.

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    Join Dr. Stuart Isaacson, a neurologist and movement disorder specialist, as he welcomes fellow neurologist and movement disorder specialist Dr. Salima Brillman and cardiologist Dr. Sean Beinart  to discuss neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH) causes, symptomatology, disease burden, and approaches to optimal management involving collaboration between neurology and cardiology specialists.

    During their discussion, the following questions will be addressed:

    1. What is nOH and how is it diagnosed?
    2. What leads to symptoms of nOH?
    3. What are some common and less common symptoms of nOH?
    4. What is the impact of nOH symptoms on the patient and the caregiver?
    5. How do we approach the management of nOH symptoms?
    6. How can cardiologists and neurologists collaborate in managing patients with nOH?

    For additional reference please review: Cutsforth-Gregory JK, Low PA. Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension in Parkinson Disease: A Primer. Neurol Ther. 2019 Dec;8(2):307-324.

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Schedule20 Oct 2021
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