Join researchers from the University of Calgary for a deep dive into the hemodynamic effects of compression in individuals affected by Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).

Despite its relatively common presentation in the population, Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, or POTS, is a relatively misunderstood autonomic disease.  Researchers and clinicians struggle to distinguish, diagnose and treat those affected by the condition.

During this webinar, sponsored by Finapres Medical Systems, Satish Raj, MD MSCI and Kate Bourne, BSc from the University of Calgary will briefly overview POTS, including diagnostic criteria, common symptoms and highlights from a large patient community survey. Following, they will then outline some of the non-pharmacological approaches to the management of the patient with POTS. Throughout this webinar there will be particular emphasis on recent data on the hemodynamic and symptomatic benefits of compression garments in the patients with POTS.

Key Topics Include:

  • The diagnostic criteria for POTS
  • Outline non-pharmacological management of POTS
  • Explain the hemodynamic effects of compression garments in POTS

Who Should Attend?

This webinar will be of particular interest to cardiologists, neurologists, physicians, researchers, PhD students, post-docs and physiologists.


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Professor of Cardiac Science
School of Medicine
University of Calgary

Satish R Raj MD MSCI is a Canadian Heart Rhythm Cardiologist. He spent 12 years working at the Vanderbilt Autonomic Dysfunction Center in Nashville, TN. He has now moved back to the University of Calgary in Canada and he has founded the Calgary Autonomic Investigation & Management Clinic. He is currently Professor of Cardiac Science at the Libin Cardiovascular Institute and the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine.

PhD Candidate
University of Calgary

Kate Bourne is a PhD Candidate and Medical Student in the Raj Lab at the University of Calgary. Kate is a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Vanier Scholar, with funding to support her research on the impacts and treatments of POTS. She is primarily focused on patient oriented research. Before moving to Calgary to begin her graduate studies, she completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Victoria (Canada).

Production Partner

Finapres Medical Systems

Finapres Medical Systems BV, based in the Netherlands, develops and distributes medical devices and software for totally non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring. These devices are the result of over 30 years of research and user-experiences in this area of ​​expertise.

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