Oral 16: Marissa Castillo – The Relationship Between Autonomic Dysfunction, Blood Pressure Variability, and Clinical Outcomes in Ischemic Stroke Patients

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Faculty mentor: Adam de Havenon

The research is looking at the relationship between autonomic responses, blood pressure variability, and clinical outcomes in patients after stroke. We hope to find out if autonomic responses and BPV causes worse clinical outcomes in patients that will push research further to find therapeutic ways to reduce these effects.

Watch my research presentation below.
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Questions or comments? Contact me at: mcastillo@sa.utah.edu

View my Presentation Slides HERE 

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