Conservative Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers Complicated by Osteomyelitis
from Wounds 2002
NG Yadlapalli, MD, Anand Vaishnav, MD, and Peter Sheehan, MD
Osteomyelitis of the diabetic foot remains a difficult clinical infection, often resulting in disability and amputation. Standard management consists of thorough removal of all infected bone in conjunction with antimicrobial...
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Added: Thu Apr 13 2006
Reviewed by: lah1031, Sep 18 2006 12:00AM
I am impressed with the information. I am pleased to have found this page as my husband is suffering from osteomyelitis. He is a type II diabetic with charcot joint to compicate the situation. I have been in Nursing OB for 25 years, so I am unfamiliar with this ailment although thanks to these sites I am able retrieve information to assist in the best medical treatment avaiable. Thank You for having a free site for proffessionals to come to and learn more, It is very much appreciated. Thank you Lou Ann R.N.
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