Colt, James D.
July 1971
Angiology;Jul/Aug1971, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p375
Academic Journal
Focuses on the development of a reproducible treadmill test for intermittent claudication. Prerequisites for patient treadmill testing; Effect of treadmill test on patients; Safety profile of the test; Consideration of the test as a means of making gross quantitative measurements of claudication.


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