Health Conditions

Peripheral Artery Disease

What is Peripheral Artery Disease?

Peripheral artery disease is the reduction of blood flow to the limbs due to plaque buildup which restricts and narrows the arteries. Symptoms include leg pain during and after walking; numbness and weakness of the limbs; sores; and change in skin color of the affected limb.

Treatment for peripheral artery disease includes taking medication and surgery. Common drug classes used to treat peripheral artery disease are blood viscosity reducers, beta agonists, and PDE3.

Savings Tips for Peripheral Artery Disease

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Peripheral Artery Disease:
Drug Classes

Anticoagulants

(13 drugs)As low as $12

Antiplatelet Drugs

(11 drugs)As low as $11

Beta Agonists

(3 drugs)As low as $178

PDE3 Inhibitors

(1 drugs)As low as $21

Blood Viscosity Reducers

(1 drugs)As low as $28
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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