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PVD in diabetes

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Apr 22, 2006.

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    An Evaluation of the Efficacy of Methods Used in Screening for Lower-Limb Arterial Disease in Diabetes.
    Perspect Vasc Surg Endovasc Ther. 2006 Mar;18(1):81
     
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    The influence of diabetes and lower limb arterial disease on cutaneous foot perfusion.
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    Williams DT, Price P, Harding KG
     
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    any one know ........ are tbi's potentially as invasive as abi's in dislodging emboli from thrombi (re. use of cuffs) ie can digital arteries be atherosclerotic? and do the sound waves of doppler u/s have invasive properties, again dislodging emboli (also relevant to performing lower leg arterial waveform analyses)? ... thanks, mark c
     
  5. Asher

    Asher Well-Known Member

    Hi Mark

    I've been reading the archives. I'm interested in the answer to your question also.

    It seems the ABI is the test that podiatrists can do in detecting the degree of peripheral arterial disease (PAD). How much of a risk is the use of the cuff to embolism? I have read quite a bit on the subject of ABI recently and I have not come across any mention of it.

    Rebecca
     
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    Impact of peripheral arterial disease in patients with diabetes-Results from PROactive (PROactive 11).
    Dormandy JA, Betteridge DJ, Schernthaner G, Pirags V, Norgren L; on behalf of the PROactive investigators.
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    My understanding of the potentialy harmful tissue effects of US are that it is less to do with the vibrational effects of the sound waves but more the effects of cavitation (creation of gas bubbles created within body fluids). Diagnostic US equipement is designed to limit energy output below body tissue cavitation levels as opposed to therapeutic US which is designed to allow this. When you use your US cleaner for your instruments or tissue debridement it is the bubbles created by the vibrations which do the work not the sound waves themselves.

    cheers

    Martin


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    Sub-clinical vascular disease in type 2 diabetic subjects: relationship with chronic complications of diabetes and the presence of cardiovascular disease risk factors.
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    Prevalence of peripheral arterial disease in patients with diabetes mellitus in a primary care setting.
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    The association between diabetes mellitus and the prevalence of intermittent claudication: the HUNT study.
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    The vascular and biochemical effects of cilostazol in diabetic patients with peripheral arterial disease.
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    Polydeoxyribonucleotide (PDRN): A Safe Approach to Induce Therapeutic Angiogenesis in Peripheral Artery Occlusive Disease and in Diabetic Foot Ulcers.
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