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The Impact of Smoking on Peripheral Arterial Perfusion: A Comprehensive Analysis
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Rajamit Singh Gurjar and Dr Jomet George


Smoking is a widespread and well-documented health hazard, with numerous detrimental effects on nearly every organ system in the human body. While its association with lung cancer, cardiovascular disease, and respiratory problems is well-known, the impact of smoking on peripheral arterial perfusion remains an underexplored area of research. Peripheral arterial perfusion refers to the blood flow in the peripheral arteries, which supply oxygen and nutrients to tissues and organs throughout the body. Smoking has been linked to several adverse effects on peripheral arterial perfusion, with profound implications for individuals' overall health and quality of life. In this article, we will delve into the mechanisms behind smoking's impact on peripheral arterial perfusion, its clinical consequences, and the potential for recovery through smoking cessation.

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