Help Limit Attacks When Patients With Raynaud's Are Admitted

Patients with Raynaud's will need your attention to limit attacks.

This vasospasm can cause white or blue fingers and toes, painful numbness, and tingling.

Expect patients with severe or frequent attacks to be admitted on a vasodilator...typically a long-acting dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker, such as daily nifedipine ER or amlodipine.

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