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Peripheral Arterial Testing

PAD testing is performed in patients with suspected claudication or other symptoms and signs suggestive of PAD. There are no specific pre-test recommendations. The test is performed for the following indications.

  1. Claudicatiion.
  2. Abnormal foot pulses.
  3. Age over 70 years.
  4. Lower limb ulceration.
  5. Diabetics between the ages of 50-69 years.
  6. Smokers between the ages of 50-69 years.
  7. Erectile dysfunction.
  8. Previous PAD surgery or interventional procedure.