CONTINUE LEARNING ABOUT nOH WITH THESE HELPFUL RESOURCES AND TOOLS

LEARN ABOUT NEUROGENIC ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION (nOH) FROM A CLINICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE

The videos below may help you gain insight into diagnosing and managing nOH and its symptoms.

Identifying neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH): Insights from a movement disorders specialist

Daniel Claassen, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, provides a clinical definition of nOH and discusses why it's important to differentiate it from orthostatic hypotension.

Management goals for neurogenic orthostatic hypotension: Insights from a movement disorders specialist

Daniel Claassen, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, discusses the importance of treating the symptoms of nOH and stresses cross-specialty teamwork for managing the disorder.

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Webinar: Consensus Panel recommendations on nOH

Christopher Gibbons, MD, MMSc, FAAN, discusses screening, diagnostic, and management considerations for nOH.

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Webinar: Diagnosis and management of nOH

Steven Vernino, MD, PhD, discusses how unexplained dizziness or syncope in your patients could be due to nOH.

VIDEOS TO HELP YOU EXPLAIN NEUROGENIC ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION (nOH) TO YOUR PATIENTS AND

UNDERSTAND THEIR EXPERIENCE

EXPLAINING nOH AND HOW TO RECOGNIZE IT

The role of an nOH specialist

A neurologist and movement disorder specialist talks about how patients should not assume that symptoms of nOH are a manifestation of Parkinson's disease (PD), because it may lead to misdiagnosing nOH.

Neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH) and Parkinson's disease

Physicians discuss symptoms of nOH in PD patients and why patients should be aware of them.

What is neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH)?

An illustrated account of the pathophysiology of nOH helps explain nOH to patients.

PATIENT AND CARE PARTNER JOURNEYS

Jim and Sondra's story

A multiple system atrophy patient and his care partner share their nOH journey, from diagnosis to symptom management.

Keith and Linda's nOH journey

A PD patient and his care partner share their nOH journey, from diagnosis to symptom management.

How Jody's nOH feels to her

A patient provides her account of living with the symptoms of nOH.

Understanding neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH) | Access Health

An Access Health episode on Parkinson's and nOH features a patient whose life was drastically affected and his journey from diagnosis to management.

DOWNLOADABLE PDFS FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF NEUROGENIC ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION (nOH)

Resources for you and your staff

nOH Overview

A brief background on nOH in a Q&A format, this handy guide explains what nOH is, its symptoms and their effects on patients, which patients are at risk, diagnostic considerations, and management suggestions.

nOH Consensus Panel Recommendations

Recommendations of a consensus panel of experts from the American Autonomic Society and National Parkinson's Foundation on the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of nOH, and diagnosis of associated supine hypertension.

nOH Matters Brochure | Neurologists

Focusing on nOH from a neurologist's point of view, this brochure includes discussions on pathophysiology, common symptoms, diagnostic and management considerations, and associated supine hypertension

nOH Matters Brochure | Cardiologists

Approaching nOH with the cardiologist in mind, this brochure looks at types and causes of OH, distinct features of nOH, symptoms of nOH, diagnostic and management considerations of OH, and associated supine hypertension.

Resources for your patients

Designed to be placed in the exam or waiting room, the posters below can help your patients with Parkinson's disease, multiple system atrophy, and pure autonomic failure recognize nOH symptoms and prompt them to discuss nOH with you or your staff.

nOH Brochure

Get the facts about nOH, check your symptoms, and learn more about management options.

Doctor Discussion Guide

Take this with you to your next appointment to help you start the conversation about nOH.

Symptom Tracker

Use this tracker to record your symptoms and blood pressure readings so you can share this information with your doctor.

Symptom Management Options 

Review these adjustments that may help manage your nOH symptoms, and then talk to your doctor about which options are right for you.