Red flag symptoms - Absent peripheral pulses

The possible red flags of patients presenting with absent peripheral pulses, including recognising risk factors of peripheral vascular disease, identify causes of claudication and when to refer.

by Dr Suneeta Kochhar
Arterial ulcer is a symptom of PVD, also indicated by the poor condition of the patient's veins
Arterial ulcer is a symptom of PVD, also indicated by the poor condition of the patient's veins

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