NASA 10-minute lean test

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The NASA 10-minute Lean Test or NLT is a test that can be used to assess for orthostatic intolerance.

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  • 2020, Hemodynamics during the 10-minute NASA Lean Test: evidence of circulatory decompensation in a subset of ME/CFS patients[1] - (Full text)

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  1. Lee, Jihyun; Vernon, Suzanne D.; Jeys, Patricia; Ali, Weam; Campos, Andrea; Unutmaz, Derya; Yellman, Brayden; Bateman, Lucinda (Dec 2020). "Hemodynamics during the 10-minute NASA Lean Test: evidence of circulatory decompensation in a subset of ME/CFS patients". Journal of Translational Medicine. 18 (1): 314. doi:10.1186/s12967-020-02481-y. ISSN 1479-5876. PMC 7429890Freely accessible. PMID 32799889. 

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