Effects of Physical Training on Peripheral Vascular Disease: A Controlled Study
- Noninvasive Therapy May Save Legs. // Medical Update;2005, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p4
Presents the results of a study on the application of cryoplasty therapy for peripheral vascular disease as of March 2005. Effect of the therapy on leg arteries clogged with plaque; Chemical used in the therapy; Availability of the therapy in the U.S.
- Influence of Toe Flexor Muscle Strength Training on Floor Reaction Force during Maximum Speed Walk. Kaneko, Ryo; Fujisawa, Shinpei; Sasaki, Makoto // Rigakuryoho Kagaku;2009, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p411
[Purpose] The object of this study was to investigate the effect of toe flexor muscle strength training on floor reaction force during maximum speed walking. [Subjects] The subjects were 27 healthy students. [Method] The subjects were distributed at random, males and females separately, to a...
- NEW APPROACH TO PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DEFICIT. Benjamin, H. B.; Becker, A. B.; Pawlowski, E. J. // Angiology;Aug1963, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p390
This attempt at treating peripheral vascular deficiencies In the early stages seems to have some merit especially as it is generally accepted that in the advanced arteriosclerotic stage with poor run-off, amputation must be the end result. The leg became warmer and cramps were reduced in the...
- AN EVALUATION OF SOME DIHYDROGENATED ALKALOIDS OF ERGOT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASES. Popkin, Roy J. // Angiology;Apr1951, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p114
1. The dihydrogenated alkaloids of ergot in equimixture known as CCK 179, consisting of dihydroergocornine, dihydroergocristine and dihydroergocristine, have been found to be adjuncts in the treatment of chronic peripheral vascular disease. 2. Statistically significant improvement was noted in...
- INTRAARTERIAL PRISCOLINE THERAPY FOR PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISTURBANCES. Lippmann, Heinz I. // Angiology;Apr1952, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p69
Focuses on the application of intraarterial therapy on peripheral vascular diseases. Characteristics of an ideal intraarterial vasodilator; Increase in blood flow in the main arterial channels; Evidence of vasodilatation in the limb.
- CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH ISOXSUPRINE. Clarkson, I. S.; Le Pere, D. M. // Angiology;Jun1960 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p190
With strictly a clinical office approach, isoxsuprine was used in the treatment of 100 patients with peripheral vascular disorders. Definite clinical improvement was obtained in 89 per cent of these patients. In our hands, isoxsuprine was found to be easy to administer, devoid of side effects in...
- THE APPLICATION OF BENZAZOLINE HCI BY MEANS OF ION TRANSFER. Dacso, Michael M.; Grynbaum, Bruce B. // Angiology;Apr1954, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p76
1. It was proven experimentally that benzazoline HCl (PriscolineÂ®) will penetrate the human skin under the positive pole of galvanic current applied by the customary ion transfer technique. 2. Empirically, a 10 per cent concentration both in aqueous and ointment form was found the most...
- MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE. Iglaurer, Arnold // Angiology;Feb1958, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p11
Discusses various medical management of peripheral vascular diseases. Effect of diet on atherosclerosis; Contraindication of the use of tobacco in thromboangiitis obliterans; Identification of drugs that can be taken to relieve night pain and cramps.
- EVALUATION OF THE MEDICAL (CONSERVATIVE) TREATMENT FOR PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISORDERS. Kramer, David W.; Perilstein, Paul K.; de Medeiros, Algy // Angiology;Apr1957, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p129
1. A survey of 2300 case records was made, showing the incidence of the various disorders which one may expect to find in the average course of practice, in clinics or in hospitals. Among the arterial disorders, the most commonly met conditions are arteriosclerosis obliterans, diabetic...