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1993 63
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Inter-arm blood pressure difference in hospitalized elderly patients--is it consistent?
Grossman A, et al. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich) 2014. PMID 24889880 Free article.
Inter-arm blood pressure difference (IAD) is recognized as a risk factor for cardiovascular mortality. Its reproducibility in the elderly is unknown. ...Blood pressure was measured simultaneously in both arms on two different days in elderly individuals hospitalized in a geriatric ward. ...
Inter-arm blood pressure difference (IAD) is recognized as a risk factor for cardiovascular mortality. Its reproducibility in …
A method to standardize the blood flow restriction pressure by an elastic cuff.
Abe T, et al. Scand J Med Sci Sports 2019. PMID 30468528
In a randomized order (one condition per arm), an elastic cuff (5 cm wide) was applied to one arm and blood flow was measured following the cuff being pulled to two distinct lengths; 10% and 20% of the resting length based on arm circumference. ...The application of a pressure relative to the initial belt length, which is largely dependent upon arm circumference, appears to provide one method to standardize the practical blood flow restriction pressure for future research....
In a randomized order (one condition per arm), an elastic cuff (5 cm wide) was applied to one arm and blood flow was me …
Prevalence and implications of a difference in systolic blood pressure between one arm and the other in vascular surgical patients.
Durrand JW, et al. Anaesthesia 2013. PMID 24147883 Free article.
Inter-arm differences in blood pressure may confound haemodynamic management in vascular surgery. We evaluated 898 patients in the vascular pre-assessment clinic to determine the prevalence of inter-arm differences in systolic and mean arterial pressure, quantify the consequent risk of clinical error in siting monitoring peri-operatively and evaluate systolic inter-arm difference as a predictor of all-cause mortality (median follow-up 49 months). ...Large inter-arm blood pressure differences are common in this population, with a high potential for monitoring errors. Systolic inter-arm difference was not associated with medium-term mortality. ...
Inter-arm differences in blood pressure may confound haemodynamic management in vascular surgery. We evaluated 898 patients in …
Vascular and oxygenation responses of local ischemia and systemic hypoxia during arm cycling repeated sprints.
Willis SJ, et al. J Sci Med Sport 2019. PMID 31104973
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate the acute vascular and oxygenation responses to repeated sprint exercise during arm cycling with either blood flow restriction (BFR) or systemic hypoxia alone or in combination. ...During each test visit, participants performed a repeated sprint arm cycling test to exhaustion (10 s maximal sprints with 20 s recovery until exhaustion) to measure power output, metabolic equivalents, blood flow, as well as oxygenation (near-infrared spectroscopy) of the biceps brachii muscle tissue. ...
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate the acute vascular and oxygenation responses to repeated sprint exercise during …
Recovery position
Handley AJ. Resuscitation 1993. PMID 8210737
Primary vascular access
Gibbons CP. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2006 - Review. PMID 16298148 Free article.
Acute non-traumatic arm ischaemia.
Eyers P and Earnshaw JJ. Br J Surg 1998 - Review. PMID 9782011
RESULTS: The incidence of acute arm ischaemia is one-fifth that of acute leg ischaemia. Patients with arm ischaemia tended to be older with a mean age of 74 years compared with 70 years for acute leg ischaemia. ...CONCLUSION: An active approach to the management of acute arm ischaemia is safe and effective and reduces the risk of late disabling symptoms....
RESULTS: The incidence of acute arm ischaemia is one-fifth that of acute leg ischaemia. Patients with arm ischaemia tended to …
[Acute occlusion of the arterial blood supply of the right arm in a newborn following entanglement of the umbilical cord (author's transl)].
Muth H and Engelbrecht R. Geburtshilfe Frauenheilkd 1976. PMID 1010300 German.
Report on the rare event of a complete ischemia of the right arm immediately postpartum. The infant was delivered by Caesarean Section because of cervical dystocia and fetal distress. The umbilical cord was twice around the neck and the ischemia of the right arm appeared to be due to spasm of the axillary artery. ...
Report on the rare event of a complete ischemia of the right arm immediately postpartum. The infant was delivered by Caesarean Sectio …
Racial and Gender Differences in Arterial Anatomy of the Arm.
Pham XD, et al. Am Surg 2016. PMID 27779986
There were 20 (7%) patients with HBB of at least one arm, and 7 (2.5%) patients with bilateral HBB. African-American patients had significantly higher rates of both unilateral HBB (15.9% vs 5.4%, P = 0.02) and bilateral HBBs (9.1% vs 1.3%, P = 0.01). ...
There were 20 (7%) patients with HBB of at least one arm, and 7 (2.5%) patients with bilateral HBB. African-American patients had sig …
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