This soccer player injured his leg pretty badly and a stretcher was called to take him out. This paramedic moved his leg to take a bag and watch his reaction.
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How to Diagnose peripheral vascular disease diagnosis
Peripheral artery disease is a common condition in which arteries narrow, thus reducing the amount of blood flow to the limbs. The arteries are narrowed by fatty deposits, known as plaque, that build up on the walls of the arteries. PAD's symptoms are often mistaken for other problems, so it's important to be aware of them and to seek out medical care if you suspect you might have this condition
Identifying Peripheral Artery Disease
Pay attention to limb pain and numbness. Many people will assume that pain in the legs is a normal part of aging. However, it is not normal and can be a sign that you have peripheral artery disease. Pay particular attention to pain and muscle cramping in the legs and hips while walking, exercising, or climbing stairs.
Muscles in action need more blood flow than muscles at rest. This is why a person with PAD is more likely to have pain when moving, because the muscle can't get the added blood flow it needs.
Be suspicious of foot injuries that won't heal. Because blood flow to the limbs is limited, it will take injuries to the feet longer to heal if you have PAD. Pay attention to cuts or lacerations that won't heal or take a very long time to heal
In severe cases of PAD, the tissue on the feet can get gangrene or die due to lack of blood flow.
We all are aware of how a dog lifts one of his leg or bends down to pee but this pug is a different beast all together, as it lifts both his legs to pee.
This pug is afraid of punishment, it stole a sausage. Watch how he is scared and hiding like a human on two legs.
Bryan tries to crack an 80-foot bullwhip and ends up whipping a part of his leg instead. Blame it on all the ‘muscling’.
How to Prevent Renal Artery Stenosis|what is the cause of the narrowing of the arteries
The two renal arteries supply blood to your kidneys, which are responsible for removing excess waste and fluids from your body and secreting important hormones. Renal artery stenosis (RAS) is a condition characterized by a narrowing of one or both of these renal arteries. This narrowing restricts the flow of blood to the kidneys and can lead to kidney failure, hypertension, and a number of other problems. Fortunately, there are ways to minimize your risk of developing renal artery stenosis.