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149 Possible Causes for Peripheral Pulse Decreased

  • Hypovolemic Shock

    pulsesdecreased urine output • Increased Cardiac Contractility: • Blood Pressure 8.[slideshare.net] A narrow pulse pressure in a hypovolemic shock patient indicates a decreasing cardiac output and an increasing peripheral vascular resistance.[ems1.com] A narrowing in the pulse pressure, an early symptom of hypovolemic shock, reflects a decrease in stroke volume and peripheral vasoconstriction.[163.178.103.176]

  • Hypovolemia

    These circulation changes include tachycardia, narrowing pulse pressure, possible systolic hypotension, capillary refill time 2 seconds, cool/pale skin, weak to absent peripheral[acls-algorithms.com] The decrease in pulse pressure is a result of increased catecholamine levels, which causes an increase in peripheral vascular resistance and a subsequent increase in the diastolic[emedicine.medscape.com] A narrow pulse pressure in a hypovolemic shock patient indicates a decreasing cardiac output and an increasing peripheral vascular resistance.[ems1.com]

  • Takayasu Arteritis

    peripheral artery pulses, (2) blood pressure difference greater than 10 mm Hg in any limb, (3) bruits of the aorta or its major branches, (4) hypertension, and (5) elevated[medlink.com] peripheral artery pulses and/or claudication of extremities, blood pressure differences 10 mm Hg in any limb, bruits over large arteries, hypertension ( 95th percentile for[healio.com] […] angiographic abnormalities (conventional CT, or MRI/A) of the aorta or 1 of its major branches and pulmonary arteries plus 1 or more of the following: (1) claudication or decreased[medlink.com]

  • Arteriosclerosis

    , carotid artery bruits, and focal neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease: Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene[emedicine.com] […] neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease - Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene, and ulceration Abdominal[emedicine.com] […] muscular arteries, or target organ ischemia or infarction, such as the following: Hyperlipidemia: Xanthelasma and tendon xanthomata Cerebrovascular disease: Diminished carotid pulses[emedicine.com]

  • Ergotism

    Symptoms are typically claudication and a burning sensation in the lower limbs, decreased distal pulses, and skin that is cool to the touch with a bluish discoloration in[visualdx.com] In the gangrenous form of modern ergotism, patients are mentally intact, and peripheral vasculature is the target of the disorder, due to alpha-adrenergic stimulation.[visualdx.com]

  • Leriche Syndrome

    Obstruction in the more proximal vessels is easily recognized when palpation of the femoral artery reveals decreased or absent pulse.[symptoma.com] Typically, Leriche syndrome is associated with a poorer prognosis as compared to more distal peripheral arterial diseases.[symptoma.com]

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    […] legs or feet Weak or absent pulses in the limb If your case of peripheral artery disease is more severe, your doctor may find: Hair loss over the toes and feet Painful, non-bleeding[trihealth.com] During which, he or she may find: A whooshing sound with the stethoscope over the artery (arterial bruits) Decreased blood pressure in the affected limb Loss of hair on the[trihealth.com]

  • Aortic Arteriosclerosis

    BACKGROUND: The association between the severity of arteriosclerosis in the thoracic aorta in patients with isolated aortic stenosis (AS) and with concomitant coronary artery disease (CAD) has been not evaluated. Therefore, the aim of our study was to compare the thoracic aortic atheroma extent and severity in[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Norepinephrine

    Abstract A case of juvenile-onset insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in a 30-year-old male patient is reported. He was admitted to the hospital because of severe diabetic neuropathy, predominantly in the lower extremities. Signs of autonomic neuropathy were not evident but the patient had severe orthostatic[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Coarctation of the Aorta

    Abstract The combination of right aortic arch with aberrant left brachiocephalic artery and aortic coarctation is very rare. Here, we report the case of a 3.1-kg neonate with multiple malformations who received detailed preoperative anatomical definition by chest computed tomography (CT) scan and eventually[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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