Advice to Nurses on Treating Raynaud’s

We were happy to see an article in a UK nursing magazine, Nursing in Practice, with advice on diagnosing and treating Raynaud's phenomenon.   More knowledgeable medical professionals will result in better treatment for Frosties across the globe. The article contains a good overview of the condition, including: The history of Raynaud's discovery in 1862 by

2015-10-12T16:40:54-04:00June 7th, 2015|Coping Strategies, Diagnosing Raynaud's, In The News|Comments Off on Advice to Nurses on Treating Raynaud’s

Doctor Speaks without “DoctorSpeak” on Raynaud’s

Most academic articles require a medical dictionary to understand them, but this one titled Raynaud’s Phenomenon by Frank L. Urbano, MD published in Hospital Physician several years ago does a good job of educating readers who aren't part of the medical community (give or take a few words or phrases in medicalese, particularly the Pathogenesis section).  So

2019-07-27T19:10:32-04:00April 21st, 2015|Coping Strategies, Diagnosing Raynaud's, In The News|Comments Off on Doctor Speaks without “DoctorSpeak” on Raynaud’s

Announcing Phase 3 Clinical Trials of Botox® for Raynaud’s

Botox® has shown promising results in treating Raynaud's, so we're glad to see the exploration of more clinical trials of Botox® for Raynaud's.

2019-07-27T19:41:00-04:00February 5th, 2015|Raynaud's Research|Comments Off on Announcing Phase 3 Clinical Trials of Botox® for Raynaud’s

Cialis® in Drug Stores Soon?

More recent research has shown promise in using ED drugs such as sildenafil (Viagra®), vardenafil (Levitra®), and talkalafil (Cialis®) in treating Raynaud’s symptoms, particularly when traditional treatments such as vasodilators and topical nitroglycerine-based creams provide insufficient relief or aren’t well tolerated. These drugs, while typically prescribed for ED in males, act as vasodilators which work

2014-06-04T15:55:30-04:00May 30th, 2014|Coping Strategies, In The News|Comments Off on Cialis® in Drug Stores Soon?
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