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Peripheral Arterial Disease

How reliable are our screening tools for peripheral arterial disease (PAD)? A recently published meta-analysis suggests that while our current diagnostic testing measures are promising, one should be wary of relying upon any one tool in isolation…

It is estimated that non-healing wounds affect approximately seven to eight million people in the U.S. while an estimated nine million people have peripheral arterial disease (PAD).1 Peripheral arterial disease is often an unrecognized cause of…

In a study soon to be published in Microvascular Research, Wu and colleagues took a closer look at the effect of walking speed and duration on the blood flow to plantar skin. Studying non-diabetics in this cohort to establish a “normal response…

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