Tilt Table Test
The head-up tilt table test is a way to diagnose the cause of fainting/dizzy spells.
During the test, you lie on a table that is slowly tilted upward. The test measures how your blood pressure and heart rate respond to the force of gravity. A nurse or technician keeps track of your blood pressure and your heart rate (pulse) to see how they change during the test.
A tilt-table test is used to diagnose patients with syncope or blackouts