Rowena Dolor, MD, is the co-author of a meta-analysis examining the effects of therapies for intermittent claudication. Published in a recent issue of Clinical Cardiology, the study examined the evidence for the benefits of supervised exercise, revascularization, and medical therapy for the condition, which causes cramping, pain, and fatigue in the legs at irregular intervals. The meta-analysis found that supervised exercise and revascularization were more effective than medical therapy. Read the full article.
Friday, May 29, 2015