Study of clinical profile of peripheral vascular disease in department of surgery
Author(s): Dr. Ritvik Jaykar, Dr. SN Deshmukh, Dr. Sagar Sawant and Dr. Nitin Nalatwadmath
Abstract: Peripheral vascular disease is circulation disorders that affect blood vessels outside of the heart and brain. Smoking tobacco is the main culprit for PVD. Management of atherosclerosis plays an important role in adult medical care. The objective of present study was to determine cardiovascular comorbidities associated with different stages of peripheral vascular disease and current use of pharmacological cardiovascular risk reducing therapy among men and women with the disease. This study was conducted by random selection of 60 cases with Peripheral Arterial disease of the lower extremities admitted to surgical wards of our tertiary care Centre done during the period from August 2020 to August 2022. The present study of chronic lower limb ischemia. TAO and Atherosclerosis are the etiologies for ischemia in these cases, with atherosclerosis being more common of the two. TAO presented at a younger age group whereas atherosclerosis presented in the older age group.
Dr. Ritvik Jaykar, Dr. SN Deshmukh, Dr. Sagar Sawant, Dr. Nitin Nalatwadmath. Study of clinical profile of peripheral vascular disease in department of surgery. Int J Surg Sci 2023;7(2):32-37. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2023.v7.i2a.993