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Your fixed obstruction would be noted when you completed your baseline
arterial study which would include digits. If this is abnormal at rest,
how would you determine if the waveform reverts to normal, when there is
no normal to begin with?

Barb Pizzo 

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Subject: Re: cold immersion studiies

Would not a fixed obstruction cause constant lack of flow instead of
spasmodic? e/rdms



By warming the digits you can determine whether it is vasospastic vs
fixed 
obstruction.

Chris Willis RVT
Coordinator
Vascular Laboratory
Eastern Maine Medical Center
Bangor, Maine 04401
Phone:  (207) 973-7471
Fax:  (207) 973-7450

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