Tag: claudication

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RCT finds community-based cardiac rehabilitation benefits intermittent claudication patients

A recent randomised controlled trial (RCT)—the CIPIC Rehab study—found that three-months’ community-based cardiac rehabilitation improves walking distance in patients with intermittent claudication. It was...

VEITH 2019: Tackling dehydration has a “tremendous impact” when treating claudication...

 Enrico Ascher (New York, USA) interviews Juan Parodi (Buenos Aires, Argentina) for VEITHtv at VEITHsymposium 2019 (19–23 November, New York, USA), about his research on claudication therapy. Parodi explains...

Benefit and risk: Meta-analysis draws a heterogeneous picture of drug-coated balloon...

Scientists of Jena University Hospital, Germany, conducted a meta-analysis sought to evaluate benefit and risk of paclitaxel-coated balloon angioplasty compared to plain old balloon...
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Wearables could transform monitoring and outcome assessment for vascular interventions

 Health technology solutions—such as mobile apps and wearables—can play a huge role in activity tracking and assessing the outcomes of peripheral vascular interventions, says...

An intermittent claudication meta-analysis: Findings point to sustained improvements after home...

Temple University’s systematic review and meta-analysis on eight independent intermittent claudication studies using pneumatic compression pumps has shown significant improvements in walking distances even...

Smartphone over treadmill: Mapping claudication with Google Maps

The use of GPS mapping tools has become a cornerstone of modern life. A study published by the Journal of Vascular Surgery has demonstrated...

Cardiovascular Systems releases 30-day results from LIBERTY 360° study

Cardiovascular Systems has released procedural and 30-day results from its LIBERTY 360° study in a late-breaking presentation at the 2016 Amputation Prevention Symposium (AMP;...