Claudication sentence example

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  • Angioplasty does not appear to be an effective treatment of mild or moderate intermittent claudication.
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  • There are three approaches to treating the claudication itself: - Exercise has been shown to more than double walking distance.
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  • For a vascular assessment it is necessary to establish whether the patient has intermittent claudication.
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  • The pain you feel in your legs is called intermittent claudication.
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  • Intravenous injections of the amino acid arginine have been shown to be remarkably effective at improving intermittent claudication.
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  • Figure: Effects of exercise on walking distance or time compared with placebo in patients with intermittent claudication Adverse effects None were reported.
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  • Clinical indication was short distance claudication in 5 and rest pain with ulceration in one.
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  • At baseline, plasma and blood viscosity were related to risk factors, CHD measures, and claudication.
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  • Blood flow is decreased to the legs and feet with peripheral vascular diseases and can cause poor circulation in the legs, claudication, or aneurysm.
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  • Intermittent claudication occurs only at certain times, usually after exercise, and is relieved by rest.
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