Blog Posts - Peripheral Arterial Disease



God Save the Queen

Regular readers might remember that, last year, I had keyhole surgery when a double stent was inserted into my abdomen to deal with a narrowing of the arteries supplying blood to my legs. It was affecting my mobility and a major pain in the arse (o...
by Perking the Pansies on Aug 8, 2014

Back on the Treadmill

Regular readers will know that I’ve been under the doctor because of something called PAD (Peripheral Arterial Disease). It’s caused by the thin veins I inherited from my father and a wayward lifestyle of sex, drugs and sausage rolls. The con...
by Perking the Pansies on Oct 12, 2013

What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

PAD occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries, causing them to harden and narrow, which is also known as atherosclerosis. Dr. Steven B. Laster, Board Certifies Interventional Cardiologist with Cardiovascular Consultants of St. Luke’s Mid Ame...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 31, 2013

Circulator Boot-Mayo Clinic

Many people with diabetes are at risk of developing wounds on their feet that just won’t heal. They’re also at risk of getting hardened arteries in their legs, a condition that can be very painful. These issues are what cause … Cont...
by Diabetes Away on Sep 28, 2011

A Study of Pseudo-Intensive Care of Type 2 Diabetes

A recent news story from Reuters Health discussed the results of a study published in diabetes Care, ”Prevalence of Neuropathy and Peripheral Arterial Disease and the Impact of Treatment in People With Screen-Detected type 2 diabetes.̶...

Genetic Health Studies Could Be Quicker If Electronic Patient Medical Records are Maintained

Recruiting thousands of patients to collect health data for genetic clues to disease is expensive and time consuming. But that arduous process of collecting data for genetic studies could be faster and cheaper by instead mining patient data that alre...
by Ibloghealth on Apr 23, 2011

The pneumatic drill that can clear blocked arteries… and other medical breakthroughs coming to a hospital near you this year

Often, patients have to wait years to reap the benefits of medical breakthroughs — but not always. Here, PAT HAGAN identifies the advances that could make a real difference to your life in 2011: Good vibrations: Hard deposits in arteries could...
by Cancer Information Center on Jan 4, 2011

Aastrom Biosciences Has Promising Stem Cell Therapy To Regenerate Damaged or Diseased Tissue

Aastrom Biosciences has critical Clinical Trial News Coming out today for their Stem Cell Therapy for Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI). Aastrom is a regenerative medicine company focused on the development of cell therapies to repair or regenerate damage...
by Biopharma Investor on Nov 18, 2010

distinct types

A user-defined distinct type is a data type derived from an existing type, such as an integer, decimal, or character type. When you create distinct types, We identified two molecularly distinct forms of DLBCL which had gene expression patterns indic...
by lowongan kerja terbaru on Sep 30, 2009

Diabetic Peripheral

Here is one of 6 Diabetes animations done for an Interactive Learning Module during the summer of 2008 which highlights the pathophysiology of Diabetic Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.). Similar Posts:Diabetic Peripheral...
by videoclinical on Dec 20, 2008

Diabetic Peripheral

Here is one of 6 Diabetes animations done for an Interactive Learning Module during the summer of 2008 which highlights the pathophysiology of Diabetic Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.). Similar Posts:Diabetic Peripheral...
by videoclinical on Dec 20, 2008

How Does Your Blood Pressure Measure As a Diabetic?

If you are a diabetic then the pressure of your blood can be a bigger and more complicated issue, you see diabetics are more likely to suffer from high bp than non-diabetics of the same age because diabetics can get kidney disease, have increased sen...


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