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REBEL Core Cast 79.0 – Orthostatics in Volume Loss

Bottom Line: Based on the limited available evidence, it’s unlikely orthostatic vital sign measurement can be used to determine which patients have volume loss and which do not. The baseline prevalence of orthostatic vital signs is common and patients will …

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Still Worthless – Orthostatic Vitals and 30-Day Outcomes

Background: Syncope and presyncope are common presenting complaints to the Emergency Department. Orthostatic vital signs are often included in the ED evaluation of syncope to assess for volume depletion despite their poor performance characteristics as previously discussed. In particular, it …

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Cardiovascular

(Dis)utility of Orthostatics in Volume Depletion

Definition: Orthostatic hypotension (OH) is a form of low blood pressure that occurs with positional change (i.e. sitting up from lying down, standing up from sitting). It is commonly used for the diagnosis of volume depletion Orthostatic Vital Signs A …

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Cardiovascular

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