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Cleveland Clinic Chat 6/17/08


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Topic: Understanding Autonomic Disorders: Syncope, POTS

Start Time: 12:00pm (Eastern Standard Time)

End Time: 1:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)

Date: June 17, 2008

Description: The Autonomic Nervous system automatically controls many functions of the body such as breathing, blood pressure, heart rate and body temperature. When it dysfunctions, you can have symptoms such as syncope (a brief loss of consciousness or fainting), weakness, light headedness, fatigue, nausea, and palpitations. Autonomic disorders, such as Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) and syncope are common condition. They are often the result of an underlying medical condition that could be related to your heart, nervous system or blood flow to the brain. Join us as we chat with Dr. Fredrick Jaeger, cardiologist at Cleveland Clinic as he answers your questions about syncope, POTS and other autonomic disorders that can affect your heart.

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Thanks Michelle!!!

hi gwen....

just a quickie...to say---i think your "blog overview".....of dysautonomia....is awesome...!!!!

nice work,hun!!!!

thx to Michelle, also!!...for sharing the 'live-chat' from cleveland clinic.

i was somewhat disappointed in it, but--hey---it's a beginning.....or was possibly of some help for someone out there....

....which is all that matters!

best regards to all....

maggee

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