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A systematic review of the significance of clinical signs was perifericz in by Khan et al Vasodilator agents showed a moderate improvement in maximal walking distance, but the greatest benefit seems to come from the use of statins. The prevalence of peripheral arterial disease in a defined population.

Statin use and leg functioning in patients with and without lower-extremity peripheral arterial disease. Trans- atlantic Intersociety Consensus T. The systolic pressure should be measured at the brachial, pedal and posterior tibialis arteries.

This review focuses on the new recommendations for clinical evaluation, diagnosis and medical treatment of patients with the disease. They found a direct connection between ABPI and walking distance on a 6 minute treadmill test. It also states that the most beneficial protocol consists of a treadmill or walking that is of sufficient intensity to bring on the claudication followed by rest and resuming the walking for a 60 minute session, to be conducted at least 3 times a week.



J Intern Med ; 3: Current management of peripheral vascular disease and intermittent claudication has changed dramatically in the recent years with the advent of newer and effective therapeutic options.

A single center experience of 1. At present, there are no studies to show any improvement in management with combination therapy. Cilostazol is an inhibitor of phosfodiesterase III, increasing cyclic adenosine monophosfate and subsequently vasodilation form smooth muscle cell oclusivq.

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Other methods are available, such peeiferica duplex scanning, arteriography and CT-angiography, but the ABPI is non invasive, readily available and can be applied and interpreted by any trained person. Peripheral arterial disease versus other localizations of vascular disease: Currently these indications are being revisited as a result of a recent metaanalysis published in by Amendt Mild PAD is indicated at ratio values of 0.

Circulation ; Suppl 4: Statins and improvement of quality of life More than 40 years ago, the association between high cholesterol levels and cardiovascular disease was established The recommendation thus stands on the use of statins arteriak adequate dosages. Management of peripheral arterial disease in primary care. The management of patients with peripheral arterial disease has changed dramatically over the last ten years.


How to cite this article. Vasc Med ;11 1: Antiplatelet therapy for peripheral arterial disease and claudication.

In sedentary patients symptoms may therefore not be apparent initially unless a stress test is applied. Similarly, in the Italian study, additional to walking distance, ABPI and quality of life was measured with or without simvastatin treatment.

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Peripheral arterial disease detection, awareness, and treatment in primary care. Sensitivity and specific- ity of the ankle-brachial index to predict future car- diovascular outcomes: Stem cell therapy and endothelial therapy have shown promising results in treating intermittent claudication and critical ischemia, but their discussion is beyond the scope of this article and subject for another review.

The women’s health and aging study. Services on Demand Article. Clinical Physiology ;8 1: At present, there are several studies addressing this issue.