Heart rate during a tilt table test?

Answer Pulse rate less than 50 beats per minute may cause fatigue, dizziness, light headedness, confusion, blurred vision, or fainting.

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Have you ever gone through the "tilt table test" for Vertigo?

I haven't done one (yet) but I've seen them done at my current hospital (I'm interning in Cardiac & Neurodiagnostic Testing).Basically you get strapped to a table (literally) and you get hooked up... Read More »

Is a Ridgid table saw 3660 a right tilt or left tilt?

The Ridgid TS3650 Table saw, made in Taiwan, is a left-tilt, 1.5 horsepower contractor saw. Experts consider a table saw with a left-tilted blade to be safer than a right-tilt saw.References:Benchm... Read More »

Is a rigid table saw a right tilt or left tilt?

You can find a rigid table saw that will tilt either to the right or to the left, but it cannot tilt both ways. In the past, the majority of table saws had blades that were tilted to the right.Refe... Read More »

Why would my heart rate drop during the middle of a treadmill test?

You probably should have asked that while you were still at the testing site.My best guess would be that your heart suddenly started pumping harder increasing your cardiac output so it didn't need ... Read More »