Neuroscience Journal / 2016 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Cerebral Blood Flow, Heart Rate, and Blood Pressure Patterns during the Tilt Test in Common Orthostatic Syndromes

Figure 4

Orthostatic hypotension with stable orthostatic CBFv. There is immediate decline in BP at the onset of tilt and the decline further progressed towards the end of the tilt. The HR increment was normal and CBFv was stable during the tilt. Note details of signals in (b) and (c). Data from 60-year-old man.