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Raynaud's Syndrome

Raynaud's syndrome occurs when there are vascular spasms brought on by exposure to cold. The most commonly effected areas are the hands, nose, and ears. Management includes preventing exposure, stopping smoking, and using vasodilators. The client should be encouraged to wear mittens when outside in cold weather.

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