Multicenter Double--Blind Study of Ticlopidine in the Treatment of Intermittent Claudication and the Prevention of its Complications
- LONG-TERM ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Milnés-López, Bernardo; Carrillo, Pedro; Toledo, Fernando; McCook, George // Angiology;Dec1957, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p534
Discusses the long-term anticoagulant therapy in the treatment of intermittent claudication. Evaluation of intermittent claudication; Effect of long continued anticoagulant therapy on intermittent claudication; Degree of improvement of the treatment.
- The low down on claudicant leg pain. Targett, Steve // New Zealand Doctor;6/14/2006, p34
Presents information on claudicant leg pain. Description of the leg pain; Causes; Treatment.
- A Botanical Compound, Padma 28, Increases Walking Distance in Stable Intermittent Claudication. Drabaek, Hans; Mehlsen, Jesper; Himmelstrup, Holger; Winther, Kaj // Angiology;Nov1993, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p863
Thirty-six patients with a median age of sixty-seven years and a median duration of intermittent claudication of five years were randomized to either active treatment with Padma 28 or placebo. The effect of treatment was quantified by measurements of systemic and peripheral systolic blood...
- INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION (ANGINA CRURIS). Samuels, Saul S. // Angiology;Aug1958, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p245
Provides information about intermittent claudication. Cause and pathogenesis; Signs and symptoms; Diagnosis and treatment;
- NEW CLINICAL APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION (ANGINA CRURIS). Samuels, Saul S.; Shaftel, Herbert E. // Angiology;Dec1958, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p378
Examines a clinical approach to the management of intermittent claudication or angina cruris. Consideration of plethysmographic studies in judging the effect of vasodilating drugs on the peripheral circulation; Importance of supplementing vasodilators with tranquilizers; Description of the...
- Randomized Reliability Study Evaluating Constant-load and Graded-exercise Treadmill Test for Intermittent Claudication. Cachovan, Milan; Rogatti, Waltraud; Woltering, Franz; Creutzig, Andreas; Diehm, Curt; Heidrich, Heinz; Scheffler, Peter // Angiology;Mar1999, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p193
The aim of this randomized study was to compare the reliability of the treadmill test at constant-load (C-test, 3 km/hr; fixed grade of 12%) recommended in Germany with that of the graded-exercise test (G-test, 3 km/hr; increase in grade of 3.5% every 3 minutes) propagated in the United States....
- Blood Viscosity During Long-Term Treatment with Ticlopidine in Patients with Intermittent Claudication. A Double-Blind Study. Fagher, Birger; Persson, Sylvi; Persson, Gunnar; Larsson, Hans // Angiology;Apr1993, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p300
The aim was to test within a randomized, double-blind trial whether the antiaggregant drug ticlopidine might reduce blood viscosity as has been claimed. Sixteen patients with intermittent claudication were studied before and after three years of treatment with ticlopidine, 500 mg/day, or...
- New developments in intermittent claudication. Stansby, Gerard // Pulse;4/30/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 17, p57
The article cites new developments in intermittent claudication (IC). Background IC is often the first symptom of peripheral arterial disease and is usually due to widespread atherosclerosis. However, IC symptoms often go unreported by patients since they assume the cramp-like pain on walking to...
- A TWO-STEP TEST OF EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Kissin, Milton; Steix, Julius J.; Adleman, Ralph J. // Angiology;Apr1950, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p141
A two-step stair climbing test was found to be a satisfactory and convenient measure of exercise tolerance in intermittent claudication. The patient walked back and forth over a set of steps until pain appeared in the leg. The number of trips made over the steps was recorded as the exercise...