Problem description: Condition description (time of onset, main symptoms, symptom changes, etc.): I used to be painful when walking, but I was diagnosed with lower limb arterial blockage at the Second People’s Hospital of Guangdong Province. 2 interventional stents, after discharge After a week, her toes turned black and purple, and she went back to the hospital for examination and treatment. He was judged to be vasculitis. After 10 days of anti-inflammatory drugs, she got better and was discharged. Now she was discharged for 8 days, and her toes turned black and purple again. Have you ever gone to the hospital for treatment: Haven’t been to the current medication description: No medication, previous medical and surgical history: none
Question date: 2021-05-08
Patient information :Age: 72 years old, Gender: Male
Problem analysis:Hello! Vasculitis is a more difficult peripheral vascular disease. It can be treated with some anti-platelet drugs or oral drugs that improve microcirculation. The current situation suggests that it is best to go to the hospital for review and let the doctor prescribe medication to control it.
Guidelines: If the oral medication is not effective and severe ischemia occurs, it is best to perform surgery as soon as possible. The surgery involves sympathectomy, which needs to be done according to the specific situation. To formulate a treatment plan, of course, the first thing to do is to choose conservative drug treatment. If you used to smoke and drink, you must quit now.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection