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Intermittent Claudication Clinical Trials

A listing of Intermittent Claudication medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (4) clinical trials

Whole Body Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Ischemic Patients

Atherosclerosis of the lower leg arteries is a common disease. Patients with this condition has symptoms of ischemia, for instance intermittent claudication (pain during exercise). Diagnosis of atherosclerosis in the legs is normally done with an interventional x-ray-based angiography (DSA- digital subtraction angiography). This is uncomfortable for the patient, and ...

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Lactate Increase in Peripheral Artery Disease

Lactates sample (100 microliter) will be collected at rest Ankle brachial index is measured at rest transcutaneous oxygen pressure is measured at the chest, calves and buttocks and results will be expressed as the minimal value of the DROP index (Limb changes minus chest changes) Patients walk on treadmill (2MPH ...

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Transcutaneous Electrostimulation for Intermittent Claudication Supervised Walking Therapy for Intermittent cLAudication

The investigators conduct a prospective mono-centric trial on all patient with peripheral arterial disease with intermittent claudication that receive supervised exercise therapy (SET) and additional transcutaneous electric stimulation (TES) of the calf muscle. SET program consists in once weekly walking training for 75 min under supervision of a professional trainer. ...

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Distributed Registry

The purpose of this study is to test if a patient can be directly connected to a quality assurance (QA) database, traditionally known as a registry. Patient-reported outcomes (PRO) data will be entered into the database directly from a patient's mobile phone from their index procedure for 12 months. The ...

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