intermittent claudication

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lameness due to pain in leg muscles because the blood supply is inadequate

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Companies mentioned in this Intermittent Claudication pipeline H2 2015 review report include Cytokinetics Inc.
Cardiovascular responses during treadmill exercise in men with peripheral arterial disease and intermittent claudication.
2,4,6,11,13-16,18,32) In humans, intermittent claudication (IC) is an exercise-induced, pathognomonic symptom of peripheral arterial disease involving the legs.
Babu, Menon, Vaidyanathan (in 1990) obtained relief in intermittent claudication in 92% patients with TAO, relief in intermittent claudication in 92% patients with TAO, relief from rest pain in 86% , healing of ulcers in 100% of their patients.
Supervised exercise therapy versus non-supervised exercise therapy for intermittent claudication.
of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, conducted a study to determine whether supervised treadmill exercise and lower extremity-resistance training improves functional performance and other outcomes among participants with PAD with and without intermittent claudication symptoms.
Patients with diabetes develop the symptomatic forms of PAD, intermittent claudication and amputation more frequently than nondiabetics.
In Japan, the two companies are currently conducting phase II clinical studies of NM-702 for the treatment of intermittent claudication caused by arteriosclerosis obliterans and lumber spinal canal stenosis as well as bronchial asthma.
Two months before admission, after a major flood and exposure to standing water for weeks, an abnormal sensation developed in her right foot, which progressed to pain and intermittent claudication.
They focused on 34 patients with intermittent claudication, a painful condition where blocked arteries limit blood flow to the legs and cause cramps and difficulties walking.
The 28 contributions discuss the clinical features of and various therapies available for intermittent claudication, limb ischemia, abdominal aortic aneurysms, renovascular disease, vasospastic disorders, varicose veins, and chronic venous insufficiency.
Carl has intermittent claudication, he doesn't limp all the time but it comes on after exercise.
Approximately 15-30% of patients with lower extremity arterial disease will progress from intermittent claudication (leg pain) to CLI over the course of their disease.
OTCBB:EVSC), Montgomery, Texas, early-stage drug development company that pioneers new cardiovascular and metabolic drug therapies, has initiated a Phase II dose- ranging trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Liprostin(TM) (alprostadil) in the treatment of critical limb ischemia and intermittent claudication.
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