White fingers (Raynaud’s syndrome)

Editor: | 14. January 2019

Characteristicsof white fingers (Raynaud's syndrome): Raynaud's syndrome is a local vasospastic disorder manifested by attacks of vascular spasms in the fingers and toes associated with discoloration (white, dead fingers or toes, digiti mortui) which is triggered by cold, moisture, air flow or exercise. White fingers (Raynaud's syndrome) is a symptom occurring secondarily to a wide variety of conditions, such as arterial diseases, collagenosis, pathological conditions in the supraclavicular area, and others.
It must be distinguished from primary Raynaud's disease, which is a generalised vasospastic disorder, the symptoms being similar to those of Raynaud's syndrome (white fingers).
White fingers occur more frequently in women who smoke.

Using magnetic therapy in white fingers (Raynaud's syndrome):

For white fingers, (Raynaud's syndrome), Biomag low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy is recommended after confirmation of the diagnosis and the exclusion of any malignant processes in the supraclavicular area, etc. For Raynaud's syndrome (white fingers), treatment should be applied not only to the affected fingers and toes, but also to the area above the collarbone and cervical spine to improve blood flow to the entire upper extremity.

Application of magnetic therapy in white fingers (Raynaud's syndrome):

For white fingers (Raynaud's syndrome), spasmolytic and vasodilatory frequencies of 2-25 Hz should be applied daily, even during attack-free periods.

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