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8220;In my experience, there are an astounding number of patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease who remain undiagnosed and whose quality of life would really benefit from early detection while treatment options are still broad,” said Dr.
Fontaine or Rutherford classification systems of peripheral arterial disease Fontaine Rutherford classification classification Stage Clinical Grade Category Clinical 1 Asymptomatic 0 0 Asymptomatic IIa Mild claudication 1 1 Mild claudication IIb Moderate to severe I 2 Moderate claudication claudication 1 3 Severe claudication III Ischaemic rest II 4 Ischaemic rest pain pain IV Ulceration or III 5 Minor tissue loss gangrene III 6 Major tissue loss Table 2.
The significance of lower extremity peripheral arterial disease.
The findings revealed that those with rapid kidney decline had 32 pct increased risk of experiencing heart failure, 48pct increased risk of having a heart attack, and 67 pct increased risk of developing peripheral arterial disease.
Patients were identified as having peripheral arterial disease based on an indication in their record of having claudication, an abnormal ankle-brachial index, a history of stroke or transient ischemic attack, a history of peripheral arterial revascularization, or repair of an abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Key Words: peripheral arterial disease, color Doppler, diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis
But if the burning is more than just a hot sensation, then you should be checked for peripheral neuropathy, a disorder of the nerves, or peripheral arterial disease.
They suggested that blood lead and blood and urinary cadmium, at levels well below safety standards, were associated with an increased prevalence of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and that cadmium might partly mediate the detrimental arterial effects of smoking.
Life Line Screening tests for stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease and osteoporosis.

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