Measuring Hot Flashes: Summary of a National Institutes of Health Workshop

Miller, Heather G.; Li, Rose Maria
June 2004
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jun2004, Vol. 79 Issue 6, p777
Academic Journal
Presents the summary of a U.S. National Institutes of Health workshop held on January 20, 2004, to assess the state of hot flash measures and to consider barriers and opportunities to improve these measures. Overview of vasomotor symptoms associated with the menopausal transition; Physiology of hot flashes; Areas in which knowledge has to be improved so that better measures of hot flashes can be developed.


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