I ordered the results of my tilt table test from the hospital records department, and they arrived today. I had asked for all the data. They sent me two BP readings and two pulse readings. That's it! How do I get the rest of the data?? I was lying down for 10 minutes, then vertical at 70 degrees for 20 minutes. A BP reading was taken every minute or two, I think. There were multiple wires hooked up; I pulled 6 snaps off myself once I got home, so there at least six leads. Do they not collect data from those leads?? They described it in the report as "non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring". Surely there is more data than "baseline" BP & HR and "Tilt at 70 degrees" BP & HR. Did they give me the lowest BP? When did it happen? Right before they ended the test? I've seen someone here post a graph from their tilt table test. That is what I was hoping for. For over $1,000 in deductibles & copays, I was sort of expecting something more. After all, what they gave me is data I can collect at home, easily. And it will be more representative than data gathered when I've had to fast, travel 2 hours, talk to staff, and have obvious signs of adrenaline surge.