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Abnormal changes during Tilt Table Test in ME/CFS patients are NOT related to deconditioning

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Lisa108, Nov 10, 2018.

  1. Lisa108

    Lisa108 Senior Member

    This study was posted today on the German 'ME -Pacing mit Pulsuhr'-Facebook page:

    The Abnormal Cardiac Index and Stroke Volume Index Changes During a Normal Tilt Table Test in ME/CFS Patients Compared to Healthy Volunteers, are Not Related to Deconditioning

    C.(Linda) M.C. van Campen,Frans C. Visser*

    Department of Cardiology,Stichting Cardiozorg, Planetenweg, Netherlands

    Free access link here, just click through the buttons 'Abstract', 'Article', 'Figures', 'Tables', 'References', and 'Suggested Citation'.

    It seems as if this will be published in the 'Journal of Thrombosis and Circulation'.
    Jackb23, Shoshana, voner and 5 others like this.

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