The Oral Glucose Tolerance Test in Men Under 55 Years of Age With Intermittent Claudication
- Efficacy of Cilostazol for Intermittent Claudication. Apgar, Barbara // American Family Physician;2/15/2000, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p1124
Discusses the study `A New Pharmacological Treatment for Intermittent Claudication: Results of a Randomized, Multicenter Trial,' by H.G. Beebe and colleagues published in the September 27, 1999 issue of the `Archives of Internal Medicine.'
- Acute Pancreatitis and Hypoglycemia. Laraya-Cu'asay, L. R.; Wolfe, Richard; Hughes, Walter T. // Clinical Pediatrics;Sep1968, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p525
Discusses the etiology of acute pancreatitis and hypoglycemia. Recognized feature of acute pancreatitis; Three clinical stages in the manifestation of hypoglycemia; Basis on the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis during mumps; Suggestion for the explanation of hypoglycemia in acute pancreatitis.
- Central Versus Peripheral Glucose Sensing and the Response to Hypoglycemia. Cherrington, Alan D. // Diabetes;May2008, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p1158
The author expresses views on a study on central versus peripheral glucose sensing of hypoglycemia. He cites that the occurrence of hypoglycemia is one of the most important limits in the ability of an individual to control blood glucose in diabetics. He says the research found out that the rate...
- A Comparative Analysis of Transcutaneous Oxygen Tension (tcPo2) During Rest and Postischemic Response Test in the Diagnosis of Patients with Mild and Moderate Arteriosclerosis Obliterans (ASO). Qian, Shuixian; Iwai, Takehisa; Inoue, Yoshinori; Endo, Mitsuo // Vascular Surgery;Jul/Aug1994, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p393
Transcutaneous oxygen tension (tcPo2) was measured at the foot and chest wall in 12 normal subjects and 62 patients with arteriosclerosis obliterans (ASO). The results showed that the resting tcPo2 at the foot and the chest wall was significantly lower in asymptomatic patients (p < 0.01 at the...
- DISCUSSION. Andreozzi, G. M. // Angiology;Nov1998, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p895
Discusses the background in treating severe claudication with prostanoids. Pathophysiology of severe claudication; Capacity of prostanoids to restore the microcirculatory autoregulation; Opening of the possibility of increasing the availability of endovascular procedures.
- Effect of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression of Food and Calf on Walking Distance, Hemodynamics, and Quality of Life in Patients with Arterial Claudication. A Prospective Randomized Controlled Study With 1-Year Follow-up. Dawson, David L.; Pevec, William C. // Perspectives in Vascular Surgery & Endovascular Therapy;Dec2005, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p376
The authors evaluated the effect of intermittent pneumatic compression on the walking ability, peripheral hemodynamics and quality of life in patients with claudication. Forty-one patents with claudication were randomized to intermittent compression and aspirin or aspirin alone. Inflation for 4...
- Fate in intermittent claudication: outcome and risk factors. Jelnes, R.; Gaardsting, O.; Jensen, K. Hougaard; Baekgaard, N.; Tonnesen, K.H. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);11/1/1986, Vol. 293 Issue 6555, p1137
Examines the outcome and risk factors of patients with intermittent claudication. Assessment on the reconstructive vascular surgery for obliterating arterial disease in the legs; Conservation treatment in walking ability; Importance of blood pressure measurements in patients with intermittent...
- Effects of Beraprost Sodium (Dorner) in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Complicated by Chronic Arterial Obstruction. Toyota, Takayoshi; Oikawa, Shinichi // Angiology;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p7
Investigates the effects of the prostaglandin derivative beraprost sodium on ankle pressure index (API), subjective symptoms and intermittent claudication in diabetic patients with arteriosclerosis obliterans. Differences between pretreatment and posttreatment API and in the rating of...
- Treatment of intermittent claudication. Karthikeyan, G.; Eikelboom, John W. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;3/21/2009, p671
The authors reflect on methods which are used to treat intermittent claudication. They suggest that any methods that are used should improve the patient's symptoms and decrease the risk of cardiovascular problems. They argue that the most important goal of medical treatment in patients with...