Speaker: Date: Topic
Duane Pinto, MD
June 26, 2013
Peripheral Vascular Disease: Journey of 1000 Steps
Responsibility for Content
The take-away points and article links were sent by the Medical Library and the CME Committee.
Diane E. Young, Information Specialist
Take-Away Points of the Lecture
1. Most patients with PAD are asymptomatic or have atypical symptoms.
2. The risk of needing an amputation is low.
3. The risk of cardiovascular complications is high in these patients.
Links to Articles Cited in the Presentation
- ADA: Peripheral arterial disease in people with diabetes. Diabetes Care 2003 Dec;26(12):3333-41.
- Carter SA & Tate RB: The value of toe pulse waves in determination of risks for limb amputation and
- Carter SA & Tate RB: Value of toe pulse waves in addition to systolic pressure in the assessment of
- Criqui MH et al: The sensitivity, specificity, and predictive value of traditional clinical evaluati
- Dawson DL: Cilostazol has beneficial effects in treatment of intermittent claudication: Results from
- Fowkes FG et al: Ankle brachial index combined with Framingham Risk Score to predict cardiovascular
- Gardner AW & Poehlman ET: Exercise rehabilitation programs for the treatment of claudication pain. A
- Girolami B et al: Treatment of intermittent claudication with physical training, smoking cessation,
- Halperin JL: Evaluation of patients with peripheral artery disease. Thromb Res 2002 Jun 1;106(6):V30
- Lijmer JG et al: ROC analysis of noninvasive tests for peripheral artery disease. Ultrasound Med Bio
- Rose SC: Noninvasive vascular laboratory for evaluation of peripheral arterial occlusive disease: Pa
- Stewart KJ et al: Exercise training for claudication. N Engl J Med 2002 Dec 12;347(24):1941-51.
- Wyatt MF et al: Ankle-brachial index performance among internal medicine residents. Vasc Med 2010 Ap
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