• References

    About peripheral artery disease (PAD). American Heart Association website. Available at: Updated September 13, 2012. Accessed May 9, 2013.

    American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association 2005 Practice Guidelines for the management of patients with peripheral arterial disease.
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    Gey DC, Lesho EP, Manngold J. Management of Peripheral Arterial Disease.
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    Lumsden AB, Rice TW. Medical management of peripheral arterial disease: a therapeutic algorithm.
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    Peripheral arterial disease and claudication. American Academy of Family Physicians Family Doctor website. Available at: Updated January 2011. Accessed May 9, 2013.

    Regensteiner JG, Stewart KJ. Established and evolving medical therapies for claudication in patients with peripheral arterial disease.
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    What is peripheral artery disease (PAD)? Vascular Disease Foundation website. Available at: Updated May 11, 2012. Accessed May 9, 2013.

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  • Resources—American Academy of Family Physicians

    Vascular Disease Foundation

  • Canadian Resources

    Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery

    Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada