TITLE

Naftidrofuryl in Chronic Arterial Disease Results of a Six Month Controlled Multicenter Study Using Naftidrofuryl Tablets 200 mg

AUTHOR(S)
Adhoute, G.; Bacourt, F.; Barral, M.; Cardon, J.M.; Chevalier, J.M.; Cuny, A.; Gillet, M.; Juhan, C.; Leguay, G.; Marion, J.; Marie, J.; Natali, J.; Nicaise, H.; Plagnol, P.; Revelin, P.; Rouffy, S.; Saulnier, J.P.; Schmidt, C.; Vasseur, J.J.
PUB. DATE
March 1986
SOURCE
Angiology;Mar1986 Part 1, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p160
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study was carried out on patients with intermittent claudication (Fontaine's stage II). The arterial and atheromatous origin of the disease was confirmed and localized by angiography or Doppler velocimetry examination. One hundred eighty-six patients were selected initially. Their pain-free walking distance on a treadmill (at a speed of 3 km/hour and an inclination of 10%) had to be 150–300 m. During the first month all patients received 3 placebo tablets daily.
ACCESSION #
16353189

 

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