#ExpertAnswers: Satish Raj and Nasia Sheikh on Initial Orthostatic Hypotension
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Dr. Satish Raj, Professor of Cardiac Science, University of Calgary, and Nasia Sheikh, a Student Clinical Researcher, University of Calgary. Recently, they joined us for a conversation about their new research findings on the hemodynamic mechanisms underlying initial orthostatic hypotension (IOH), as well as insights into non-pharmacological approaches to the management of patients with IOH.
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