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Robert L Richards has written: 'The peripheral circulation in health and disease' -- subject(s): Peripheral circulation, Peripheral vascular diseases


Total peripheral resistance is the sum of the resistance of all peripheral vasculature in the systemic circulation.


Please check out the related link for synonyms of "peripheral".


Posterior tibial pulse is a pulse that can be felt on the inside (big toe side) of your ankle. It is just below and behind the medial malleolus (that big bony part that sticks out on the inside part of your ankle). Usually felt by a doctor to check how well your peripheral circulation is working.


The narrowing of the peripheral circulation, including brain circulation may lead to dementia in predisposed individuals.




in order to see if your basic circulation is good before doing a PAD test


For lay (community) CPR, there is no circulation check at all for an Adult. If no breathing, and after 2 breaths, go directly to CPR for an Adult. Do not stop CPR to check for circulation. For a Child, check circulation at carotid artery. For an Infant, check the brachial artery.


this could be caused by poor circulation but check it out with your doctor. Are you a cigarette smoker and what is your age? == == Possibly arthritis or poor circulation, try getting more Omega 3 in your diet. Have your Thyroid checked out by a Doctor.


A doctor who specialized in peripheral neuropathy is called a Neurologist. They diagnose and treat patients with nerve damage through exams, and many different tests.



Blood circulation involves the heart, therefore, a cardiologist would be the most appropriate doctor for such category.



Enhances brain, peripheral circulation and memory, helps heal wounds.


By narrowing the peripheral circulation which delivers blood to the skin cells.


You need to check with your doctor.You need to check with your doctor.You need to check with your doctor.You need to check with your doctor.


No. Peripheral artery disease refers to vascular disease involving the peripheral circulation, which is distant from the heart (i.e., arms and legs), not the head, which would be considered central circulation. "HealthYes! Medical Advisory Board" Ideally to get more information about any potential risk you may want to consider health screening and talking to your primary health physician. I found out that there is preventive screening for peripheral artery disease.


I'm no doctor, but it could be peripheral neuropathy.


All medicines should be taken along with Viagra only under medical doctor prescription because Viagra is closely related to peripheral circulation and may be dangerous to take mixed to any other medicine.



no pulse. check airway, check breathing, check circulation. begin CPR.


The path is very complicated. The blood circulation is divided into large and small circulations. The main ones are the circulation from your heart to your brain, and from your heart to your lungs. The medium circulation irrigates your organs, and the small circulation is the peripheral one which feeds your skin. There is also a circulation in your brain that is constituted of capillaries. If you are interested to know the total pathways of circulation consult Wikipedia and you'll see how complex it is. Just type "Blood circulation."


Diabetes sufferers generally have impaired circulation. When combined with the effects of obesity, peripheral circulation can become so poor that toes and fingers become gangrenous and must be amputated.


David I. Abramson has written: 'Circulation in the extremities' -- subject(s): Blood-vessels, Extremities (Anatomy), Peripheral circulation 'Vascular disorders of the extremities' -- subject(s): Extremities, Peripheral vascular diseases, Vascular Diseases 'Circulatory diseases of the limbs' -- subject(s): Blood-vessels, Diseases, Extremities (Anatomy)



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