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Preventing PAD Complications. Darrow, Bruce Nov 1, 2019 224
Circulating Angiogenic Growth Factors in Diabetes Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease and Exertional Leg Pain in Ghana. Yeboah, Kwame; Agyekum, Jennifer A.; Baafour, Eric Kyei; Antwi, Daniel A.; Adjei, Afua B.; Boima, Vi Report Jan 1, 2018 5611
Exercise is the most cost effective therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease and Amputation is an epidemic which must be stopped-Dr. Khusro Niazi. Conference notes Oct 31, 2013 2494
Peripheral artery disease on the rise. Brief article Oct 1, 2013 192
Aspirin resistance in PAD may be linked tohigher long-term risk of CV events. Brief article Jun 14, 2012 118
Mobility decline in PAD patients depends on symptoms. Brief article Sep 1, 2010 168
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a disease of the arteries beyond the heart. Disease/Disorder overview Jun 1, 2010 688
Recognize the signs of peripheral arterial disease: it's a common disorder that affects mobility but also raises your cardiovascular risk. Mar 1, 2009 726
Factors predicting walking intolerance in patients with peripheral arterial disease and intermittent claudication. Parr, B.; Noakes, T.D.; Derman, E.W. Report Dec 1, 2008 3437
Peripheral arterial disease: predicting walking intolerance. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 148
Extra test boosts cardio assessment. Zoler, Mitchel L. Clinical report Jun 1, 2008 580
Reducing iron stores lowers cancer risk in PAD. Lowry, Fran Feb 1, 2008 722
Subjects sought for peripheral vascular disease trial. Kiefer, Dale Clinical report May 1, 2007 195
Could your leg pain be PAD? Recognizing the warning signs of peripheral arterial disease can reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Feb 1, 2007 980
Outcomes measures in cardiopulmonary physical therapy: focus on the Ankle Brachial Index (ABI). Lefebvre, Kristin M. Dec 1, 2006 2947
People with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) are less likely to have a cardiovascular event and less likely to die if they are physically active. Brief article Sep 1, 2006 110
Statins reduced vascular events in peripheral arterial disease. Zoler, Mitchel L. Sep 1, 2006 506
Pharmacy service helps PAD patients attain lipid control. Lesney, Mark S. Feb 1, 2006 371

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