From white to blue to red: Raynaud’s phenomenon
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From white to blue to red: Raynaud’s phenomenon

Anthony Summers Emergency care practitioner, University College Hospital, London

Emergency nurse practitioners are in an ideal position to offer health education advice to patients who present at A &E with R aynaud’s phenomenon, says Anthony S ummers

This article defines Raynaud’s phenomenon, outlines the signs and symptoms as well as the classifications of the disease, and discusses the treatment options for primary and secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon.

Emergency Nurse. 13, 7, 18-20. doi: 10.7748/en2005.

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