Raynaud’s: Medical Conditions and Treatments
Raynaud’s syndrome occurs when the arteries which supply blood to the skin narrow and cut off the circulation to the fingers, toes, the tip of the nose, and tips of the ears. Discover how cold areas and stress can often lead to Raynaud’s syndrome with help from a licensed RN in this free video on Raynaud’s syndrome.
According to a recent study, Iloprost (Ventavis) in combination with Bosentan (Tracleer) might improve blood flow in the hands and feet of patients with systemic sclerosis. Find out more about this breakthrough study here.
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