1 Study Matches
Heart Rate Variability in Orthostatic Hypertension
The study will examine a condition known as orthostatic hypertension, which is a sudden increase in blood pressure when a person stands up. Orthostatic hypertension is a recognized risk factor for cardiovascular diseases.
18 year(s) or older
Inclusion Criteria:21 – 80 years of age
Are capable of giving informed consent
Are of any race or ethnicity
Can stand for over 10 minutes
Exclusion Criteria:Age < 21 years of age or > 80 years of age.
Are pregnant or nursing women
Have a history of low blood pressure with standing or passing out.
Cannot stand for 10 minutes
History of blood clots
Heart & Vascular, Women's Health, Men's Health