THE INVESTIGATION OF PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE BY STRAIN GAUGE PLETHYSMOGRAPHY
- The Association Between Ankle Brachial Pressure Index and Pulse Wave Velocity: Clinical Implication of Pulse Wave Velocity. Khandanpour, Nader; Armon, Matthew P.; Jennings, Barbara; Clark, Allan; Meyer, Felicity J. // Angiology;Dec2009, Vol. 60 Issue 6, p732
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between ankle brachial pressure index and pulse wave velocity in patients with peripheral arterial disease. Methods: Brachial-knee and brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity were measured by pneumoplethysmography using cuffs in a...
- ANALYSIS OF BLOOD FLOWS IN DIGITAL PLETHYSMOGRAPHS. Brown, Arthur E.; Learner, Norman // Angiology;Apr1957, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p109
Using Burch's plethysmograph and venous occlusive pressure, 706 blood flow determinations and 849 min. of continuous slow recording have been obtained in the fingers and toes of 40 normal subjects and patients with various types of cardiac and/or peripheral vascular disease.4 A new method of...
- Acute Reduction in Ankle/Brachial Index Following Smoking in Chronic Smokers with Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease. Yataco, Alberto R.; Gardner, Andrew W. // Angiology;May1999, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p355
The ankle-brachial systolic pressure index (ABI), a noninvasive measure of peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD) severity, is considered a marker of atherosclerosis and an independent predictor of mortality. However, it is not known whether factors other than PAOD severity, such as...
- CORRELATION OF PLETHYSMOGRAPHIC AND ARTERIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE. Sanchez, Santiago A.; Best, Edward B. // Angiology;Dec1969, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p684
Correlation of the plethysmographic and arteriographic evidence of obstructive arterial disease .as to (1) the anatomic site of the arterial lesion and the degree of obstruction, and (2) the extent of collateral circulation was possible in 51 of the 53 patients in this survey. In 44 of these...
- PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE: STRATEGIES FOR TREATMENT. Dugdill, Shiela; Smout, Jonathan // Practice Nurse;9/10/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p50
Presents strategies for reducing the risk of serious vascular attacks in patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Presence of intermittent claudication; Signs and symptoms of PAD; Treatment.
- Transcutaneous PO[sub2] Response to Transient Arterial Occlusion in Peripheral Vascular Disease Detected by Heating Power Oximeter. Frau, Giuseppe // Angiology;Dec2001, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p851
Evaluates the transcutaneous PO[sub 2] response to transient arterial occlusion in peripheral vascular disease. Mean values of the rest flow and recovery area; Observation on the delayed appearance of PO[sub 2]; Findings on the perfusion in severe peripheral arterial obstructive disease.
- An Overview on Peripheral Vascular Disease in Blackfoot Disease--Hyperendemic Villages in Taiwan. Chin-Hsiao Tseng // Angiology;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p529
The arsenic-related peripheral vascular disease found to be endemic along the southwestern coast of Taiwan is reviewed. In the early 20th century a strange disease involving the lower extremities characterized by typical clinical symptoms and signs of progressive arterial occlusion was reported...
- COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF DIGITAL PLETHYSMOGRAPHY AND INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY IN PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE. Robins, Bernard; Bernstein, Arthur // Angiology;May1970, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p349
Presents comparative studies of digital plethysmography and infrared thermography in peripheral vascular disease by researchers from Newark, New Jersey. Examination of patients who had diseases of the peripheral vasculature; Demonstration on the importance of pulse wave contours in the detection...
- Clinical Evaluation of Flunarizine: Walking Distance, Ergometric Performance, and Hemodynamic and Biochemical Effects. Rudofsky, G.; Brock, F.-E.; Ulrich, M.; Nobbe, F. // Angiology;Jul1979, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p470
Focuses on the effectiveness of flunarizine in treating occlusive arterial disease. Compensatory ability of the cardiovascular and pulmonary system; Orthopedic disturbances.