I'm waiting for the results of this test.
Here's an explanation I found on the web:
"The tilt test is a test that assesses someone’s response to orthostatic stress. Orthostatic stress is the fancy medical term for standing upright. The tilt test is also known as a tilt table test because it involves being basically strapped to a table that can tilt to different angles. A lot of the interest in tilt table tests originated from the air force. Years ago it was reported that up to 25% of those in the air force would pass out if they were in a straight upright standing position for a prolonged period of time. It was known that the tilt test could induce passing out in a subset of people and so it became a tool with which to assess people at risk for this. Nowadays the tilt test is used widely to diagnose syncope. Syncope is the medical term for passing out.
- In the tilt test, patients are strapped to a tilt table. It is basically a table capable of being swiveled to different angles. At 90 degrees a person would be upright and at 0 degrees they would be laying completely flat.
- The patient is awake and alert during the test. The angle of table tilt chosen is usually between 60 to 80 degrees, so upright but not all the way.
- The test involves basically laying there and not moving to see what happens. Heart rate and blood pressure are monitored closely throughout."
I did not receive any spray or medication.
I put two chicken cutlets in a pan with about a quarter cup of white wine. Then I added a pinch of thyme, sage and salt. Into the oven at 325 degrees for about 45 minutes; it came out okay, nothing great but okay.
The next day I put a left over cutlet on a roll with a large amount of mayonnaise. It tasted much better. The mayonnaise is what did it. Next time I'll try putting a heap of mayo on the chicken before cooking. Do you think it will work or will the mayo burn it?
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