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Orthotic and Prosthetic Options after Diabetic Foot Amputation

Ahn J

Diabetic foot ulcer is a risk factor for amputation. Infection and ischemia in diabetic foot ulcers are common causes of foot amputation. After minimal amputation of the involved lower extremity,...
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The Application of Vacuum-Assisted Closures According to the Texas Staging System in the Treatment of Infective Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Lim SA, Choi YS, Jang YJ, Baek SN, Bae AN

Purpose: A group of patients who were hospitalized for diabetic foot ulcers was classified according to the University of Texas Staging System for Diabetic Foot Ulcers, and we attempted to...
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A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials of Antibiotic Use in Diabetic Foot Ulcer Infections: Focus on Clinical Cure

Pratama V, Risni HW, Yunir E, Sauriasari R

Background: The use of antibiotics in diabetic foot ulcer infections (DFUI) is essential in reducing morbidity. Optimal administration of antibiotics can improve clinical outcomes and reduce the risk of antibiotic...
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Effect of Severe Limb Purpura Following the Administration of COVID-19 Vaccination on a Diabetic Foot Requiring Amputation: A Case Report

Kim BH, Suh JS, Chang SH, Choi JY

The current SARS-CoV‑2 coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been a particular challenge for diabetes patients. Since these patients are at a higher risk of COVID-19, they have been prioritized...
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Current Trends in the Treatment of Diabetic Foot: Analysis of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society (KFAS) Member Survey

Won SH, Min TH, Chun DI, Bae SY, TACoKFaAS2

Purpose: This study aimed to report the current trends in the management of diabetic foot over the last few decades through a survey of the Korean Foot and Ankle Society...
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Development and Usability Evaluation of a Telemedicine System for Management and Monitoring of Patients with Diabetic Foot

Bahaadinbeigy K, Sheikhtaheri A, Fatehi F, Moulaei K

Objectives: The aim of the present study was to develop and evaluate the usability of a telemedicine system for management and monitoring of patients with diabetic foot. Methods: This study was...
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New proposal for skin grafts on tendon-exposed wounds

Um JH, Jo DI, Kim SH

Performing a skin graft is not feasible for tendon-exposed defect reconstruction because tendons are fibrous connective tissues with relatively poor blood supply. This study proposes a method to effectively perform...
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Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap to Cover Diabetic Foot Defect by Using Reverse Flow of Severely Calcified Dorsalis Pedis Artery

Kim B, Yoon J, Lim S, Han YS, Eo S

Low blood flow in the distal part of the diabetic foot aggravates the wound to an ischemic state, which eventually leads to amputation. However, major advancements in microvascular surgery have...
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Evaluating Effectiveness of Medical Grade Honey-Containing Alginate Dressing in Patients with Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds

Lee YJ, Park KS, Kim DY, Shim HS

Background: Chronic wounds of the lower extremities are challenging to treat. Recently, honey-based dressings have been shown beneficial effects in diabetic foot ulcers and venous ulcers. Here, we compared Medihoney...
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Rehabilitation of patients after diabetic foot amputation

Choi Y

Background: Diabetic foot is a diabetes-related complication that often requires amputation due to ulcer, necrosis, infection, and wound healing problems. Amputation decreases ambulation ability and worsens the patient’s general condition....
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Treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Ahn J

Background: Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs), a risk factor for infection, remain a difficult clinical complication. Infected DFUs may be associated with lower extremity amputation. To achieve wound healing and avoid...
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Etiology, diagnosis, complications, and treatments of diabetic foot

Seo DK

Background: Diabetic foot is one of the complications of diabetes mellitus, accompanied by infection, ulcer, deformity, and neuropathic arthropathy. The prevalence of diabetic foot is approximately 10% to 20% in...
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Intraadiposal Pedicle Dissection when Performing Free Tissue Transfer: A Means to Address a Short Pedicle

Lim JH, Chang JW

A 77-year-old male patient with a diabetic foot ulcer on his right great toe visited the outpatient clinic. As necrosis of the toe had already progressed, the patient underwent toe...
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Degrees of Arterial Stenosis and Other Factors Related with Diabetic Foot Wound Severity

Han SH, Jo DI, Kim CK, Kim SH

Background: Few studies have addressed which blood vessels are affected by arterial stenosis in patients with diabetic foot (DF) and the severity thereof. Furthermore, whether the severity of arterial stenosis...
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Development of a Diabetic Foot Ulceration Prediction Model and Nomogram

Lee EJ, Jeong IS, Woo SH, Jung HJ, Han EJ, Kang CW, Hyun S

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the risk factors for diabetic foot ulceration (DFU) to develop and evaluate the performance of a DFU prediction model and nomogram among people with...
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The Current Status of Bacterial Identification by Wound Culture for Diabetic Foot Lesions in a Single Tertiary Hospital in South Korea

Jung SY, Lee MJ, Lee SY, Lee SY

Purpose: The present study aimed to develop guidelines regarding initial choice of antibiotics for diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) by investigating bacterial isolates. Materials and Methods: This study included 223 DFU patients...
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Reconstruction of Pretibial Defect Using Bone-Anchored Advancement Flap

Kim S, Lee KT, Park JW

While free flaps have been widely used for reconstruction of pretibial defects, the extended operation times are known to be a major drawback. This report presents a case of successful...
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Reconstruction of Plantar Forefoot in Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Comparative Study of Perforator Flaps and Random Flaps

Kim YS, Roh SG, Kim JL, Lee NH, Shin JY

Background: Plastic and reconstructive surgeons consider a variety of options to salvage limbs of patients when operating on soft tissue defects of the plantar forefoot in diabetic foot ulcers. This...
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Using DIRECT Wound Assessment to Predict Limb Salvage and Provide Prognosis of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Jun D, Kwon Y, Bae J, Lee M, Kim J, Choi H, Shin D

Background: Many wound assessment systems including the Wagner classification and University of Texas (UT) grading system have been previously described. The authors of this study applied the DIRECT (Debridement of...
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Relationship between the Diurnal Temperature Range and Wound Healing of Diabetic Foot: Animal Study

Won SH, Chun DI, Cho J, Park IK, Yi Y

Relationship between the Diurnal Temperature Range and Wound Healing of Diabetic Foot: Animal StudyPurpose: Diabetic foot ulcers are closely related to body surface heat, which can be affected easily by...
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