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The authors report results of a three-month-interval running exercise under continuous vasodilatory therapy (Radecol and Jupal) in cases of peripheral arterial blood disturbances (stage I and II). Apart from control examination with the whipping test, the ultra-sound-Doppler method, phlebemphraxis-plethysmography, the paper reports above all the effects of interval running on the peripheral microcirculation of the working muscles which were determined by means of Xenon-133-clearance-half-life. Independent of the type of drug therapy used, significant (1 per cent) improvements of peripheral haemodynamics were found regarding the therapeutic regime presented.


H Siewert, H J Winterfeld, D Strangfeld, H H Schmidt, H J Correns. Effect of a 3-month-interval running exercise in combination with vasodilative therapy on microcirculation of the lower leg in peripheral arterial circulation disorders (stage I and II)]. ZfA. Zeitschrift für Alternsforschung. 1983 Sep-Oct;38(5):377-81

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PMID: 6659566

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