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The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Intermittent Claudication and reviews key pipeline products under drug profile section which includes, product description, MoA and R&D brief, licensing and collaboration details & other developmental activities.
Episodes of ST-segment depression is related to changes in ambulatory blood pressure and heart rate in intermittent claudication.
Ranwaka, Sharma (in 1999) obtained relief in intermittent claudication in 86.
The adjuvant benefit of angioplasty in patients with mild to moderate intermittent claudication (MIMIC) managed by supervised exercise, smoking cessation advice and best medical therapy: results from two randomised trials for stenotic femoropopliteal and aortoiliac disease.
Based on findings reported in this trial, physicians should recommend supervised treadmill exercise programs for PAD patients, regardless of whether they have classic symptoms of intermittent claudication," concluded the authors.
No evidence shows that tight glycemic control, aggressive blood pressure management, or the use of antiplatelet agents decreases the incidence of intermittent claudication or critical limb ischemia.
People with intermittent claudication are much more likely to have a heart attack or stroke than lose a limb.
Intermittent claudication is pain that occurs when people walk, for example, or when the tissue that is being supplied by the diseased artery is exercised.
ATHE condition you describe is called Intermittent Claudication.
A THE pain you describe sounds typical of what is known as intermittent claudication, which, put simply, is a restriction of the blood flow to the muscles of the leg usually associated with a narrowing of the main artery at any point from the groin down to the calf.
One focuses on a condition called intermittent claudication, which causes calf pain only during walking; the other on more seriously affected patients who suffer from chronic leg pain and/or foot ulcers that are beyond surgical treatment.

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