Society Position Statement| Volume 36, ISSUE 3, P357-372, March 2020
DOI link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2019.12.024
“The primary panel for this Canadian Cardiovascular Society position statement sought to provide a contemporary update of the best evidence for the evaluation and treatment of POTS.“
If you are finding it difficult to keep your lists of medications, doctors, allergies, etc in order when you visit your healthcare practitioner, here is a handy template that you can fill out and bring along with you. Or submit online.
Sometimes it feels like your having a job interview when you go to see a doctor. Bring your resumé! this will leave you more energy to listen and interact with the doctor or healthcare practitioner, instead of taxing your brain trying to recall information or shuffling piles of papers and notes.
By Tessa Miller, Feb. 18, 2019, New York Times
“Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.”
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Adam J. O’Neal and Maureen R. Hanson
Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States
“Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is a complex, multi-system disease whose etiological basis has not been established. Enteroviruses (EVs) as a cause of ME/CFS have sometimes been proposed, as they are known agents of acute respiratory and gastrointestinal infections that may persist in secondary infection sites, including the central nervous system, muscle, and heart. To date, the body of research that has investigated enterovirus infections in relation to ME/CFS supports an increased prevalence of chronic or persistent enteroviral infections in ME/CFS patient cohorts than in healthy individuals.”
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