Acute limb ischaemia
as a rare manifestation of PPCM should be kept in mind by healthcare professionals while evaluating postpartum patients, as a timely intervention can become of paramount importance to save the life and the limb of the patient.
The incidence of critical leg ischaemia
is approximately 500-1000 per 1.000.000.
* Systemic hypoperfusion--cardiac pump failure caused by cardiac arrest, arrhythmia, acute myocardial ischaemia
, pulmonary embolism, pericardial effusion or bleeding.
The forms of the ST segment depression considered reflecting to reflect non-transmural myocardial ischaemia
Du, "Role of MIF in myocardial ischaemia
and infarction: insight from recent clinical and experimental findings," Clinical Science, vol.
CVAE should be kept in mind in the differential diagnosis of patients with intestinal ischaemia
and neurological impairment.
We evaluated several different methods of preconditioning to include direct skin flap tissue ischaemia/reperfusion and remote hind limb ischaemia
as well as therapeutically induced preischaemia using Spermine/NO complex.
Three cases underwent bowel resection at the treating surgeons' preference despite no rebleeding or ischaemia
and one case had a segmental colectomy for ischaemia
In this context, issues related to the detection of coronary atherosclerosis and ischaemia
, as well as the studies related to management of CHD in asymptomatic patients with diabetes, will be reviewed here.
However, if complete arterial occlusion occurs, myocardial ischaemia
followed by infarction results, producing the typical ST elevation seen on the 12-lead ECG.
It also revealed ischaemia
of the ascending colon, several blood clots inside the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) (Fig.
, xanthine dehydrogenase (XDH) changes irreversibly to xanthine oxidase (XO).3,4 A 2-3 fold increase in XO can be seen in rat skeletal muscle after 2 hours of ischaemia